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Robert “Bob” Allen Cartwright

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Faith. Family. Pets. Pittsburgh. Troop. Travel. How would you pull off an amazing 72 years of a life well lived? Robert “Bob” Allen Cartwright lived it through those six words.

Born and raised in New Kensington, Pennsylvania, Bob graduated with degrees from Penn State and the University of Akron in Mechanical Engineering.  Bob began his career as a draftsman and retired as an accomplished Project Manager, working on such signature projects as the Ford Motor Company Wixom Plant, US Bank Arena in Cincinnati, and the Assent in Covington. Holding multiple leadership roles in the churches he attended, Bob was an active member of Burlington First Church of Christ and had a passion for missions, attending mission trips on four continents.  Also, Bob was an EMT and assistant director of Seville-Guilford EMS.  He later used these medical skills on various medical mission trips.

“Mr. Bob”, an Eagle Scout, loved being an active role model and positive influence for members and families of Boy Scout Troop 724, as well as the elementary children at Burlington First Church.  Bob was always willing to help others with a wide variety of work any time he was asked.  After his retirement, he enjoyed traveling with family, following his Pittsburgh Steelers and Pirates from his favorite chair, and cuddling with his dogs.

Bob now worships with his father Robert “Pop” Cartwright and his Brother-in-Law, John Davila, in Heaven.  Carrying on his memory is Marilyn, his wife of 50 years, four children; Catherine McCay (Steve), Robert E. Cartwright (Dena), Christina Leamon (Jason), and Cynthia Littleton (Jeremiah); four grandchildren, Jacob, Jesse, Nicholas, and Jenna.  Also, Bob leaves behind his mother, Ethel Hill Cartwright, his sister, Carol Sue Davila, brother-in-law, Gary Meglich (Joyce) and many nieces and nephews.

Bob’s family is celebrating his legacy with a private service at home, with hopes of having a celebration of life gathering at a later date.  Loving memories and condolences may be posted at www.linnemannfuneralhomes.com.  In lieu of flowers and gifts, consider donating to Master Provisions, FAME, or First Church Impact Mission – Ghana.   Donations can be made through Linnemann Family Funeral Home, Burlington, KY.

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A great and real man!

I met Bob Cartwright while working at B&W in Barberton, Oh. We became very good friends. When he finally went to work for Honeywell in Michigan. I remember him saying if a position becomes available in my field of lighting and electrical, he would put my name in. Well, he did a year later and of course I also moved to Michigan. He was a great believer in the Word and will always be remembered as a wonderful person. Bless his family!


To Cindy and Jeremiah

Very sorry. He sounded like a wonderful man Cindy. Prayers for you all


To Cindy and Jeremiah

So sorry for this huge loss. May you find comfort in all the memories you have and in the comfort of your friends and family.
Much love, Jana and Michael Henson


Sorry for your loss

So sorry for your loss Marilyn , Prayers for your family


Our Beloved Bob

To our Kentucky, Ohio, and Pennsylvania cousins, aunt, sister-in-law, nieces, and nephews, from your Pittsburgh kinfolk.
We send you all our love and support for the loss of a truly outstanding person we have been, and always will be, immensely proud of, our Cousin Bob. If everybody would aspire to just a portion of the goodness in his heart the world would be a better place.
Love ya all.
Jane, Greg, Cheryl, Donna, Diana & Pete, Jill & family, Dee, and Timmy.


Thinking of you

May the Lord comfort you and be assured in God’s promises

Peggy Kennedy


Mr. Bob

We were blessed to know Mr. Bob through Scouts. My youngest said, “I feel lucky. Lucky to have had the opportunity to go to summer camp with Mr. Bob.” He loved each scout as his own. It was an honor to know him. Thank you, Mr. Bob. We love you and miss you.


True Brother in Christ

Deepest condolences to you all. I will miss not seeing you Wednesday nights at out Bible study. Thank you for inspiration you give me to be a better Christian. Love you brother. Bill Winegardner


Amazing neighbor

Amazing person! Treated my family like his own since day 1. Very blessed to have him and his wife as our neighbor. Absolute wonderful people


One of the true “good guys”…….

We are praying for the whole family right now……knowing we’ll all see Bob again……and for some of us it’s not that far away!

Marilyn…..Tish and I just celebrated our 50th also……and we hurt for you. God blessed you with so many good years……memories……and good works. We loved it when you guys would come out……especially for the balloon fiesta! Bob comes from a long line of “good guys”……..including his dad and Grandpa Ron. He made Grandma very happy. We love you all and pray God will surround you with dear people to help comfort you.
In His Name…….tish & tom


my condolences

I’m so deeply sorry for your loss. I met Marilyn and Bob years ago on a Fame trip to Niger – a wonderful couple. May your memories and faith carry you through your tough days of grief. prayerfully, Stephanie Lemke


Amazing Man

Mr. Bob was such an amazing human being, and I am so thankful to have known him. I am so sorry for your loss! Sending love to you Marilyn!
Elizabeth, Larry, Natalie, Colton, and Isaac Lewman


Amazing life lived

We will miss all that you shared with your family, church, friends and community. Thank you.


Love from the Studebakers

Our deepest sympathies to all of you. We are mourning with you. Love to you all.