May 1, 1958 - February 8, 2016
Robert Allen Waibel, 57, of Hebron, KY passed away on Monday, February 8, 2016 at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Jackson, TN. He was an Electrical Engineer with S.S.O.E. based out of Toledo, OH and previously worked for R.A. Jones & Jacobs Engineering. Robert was a member, Sunday School Teacher and on the Board of Trustees at Ashland Avenue First Church of God in Latonia, KY. Robert enjoyed bowling, golf, fishing, all outdoor activities and spending time with his family. He was preceded in death by his Father: Edward Losey and Daughter: Beth Williams. Robert is survived by his Wife: Phyllis Faust Waibel; Daughter: Amanda “Iona” (Tyler) Ball; Sons: David (Elizabeth) Waibel, Matthew Waibel and Timothy Waibel; Granddaughter: Evie Williams; Mother: Audrey Losey; Sisters: Joyce (Byrum) Faust and Tina (Doug) Powers; Brothers: Ralph (Lisa) Waibel, Edward Losey and David (Renee) Losey; Son-in-law: Steve Williams and Numerous Nieces and Nephews. Visitation will be on Friday, February 12, 2016 from 4:00 PM until 7:00 PM at Connley Brothers Funeral Home, 11 East Southern Avenue, Covington (Latonia), KY 41015. Funeral Services will be on Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 10:00 AM at Ashland Avenue First Church of God, 524 West Southern Avenue, Covington (Latonia), KY 41015. Interment will be in Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Erlanger, KY. Memorials are suggested to Ashland Avenue First Church of God, P.O. Box 15074, Covington (Latonia), KY 41015. Online condolences may be expressed at www.connleybrothersfuneralhome.com.
I never got the chance to work with Bob but got to know him some. He was a very kind, loving, and gentle person. He also loved his family very much. Praying for all the family. RIP IN PEACE Bob.
My condolences to the family! I only knew Bob for a short time while working in the Jackson facility. He was a great person to work with, extremely helpful and spoke often of his family. May he rest in peace.
Bobby was one of the nicest people I have ever met. I have known the Waibel’s for over 20 years and even though their house was full of children they always welcomed me to their table, in to their home and lives. I very much feel like one of the family and I will greatly miss Bobby with his warm smile and personality. Please know that the entire Waibel family is in my thoughts and prayers.
Phyllis, I will always hold a special place in my heart for Bob, My Friend! A lot more Hearts are hurting more than you know about Bob’s passing. Bob loved us here in Memphis and everyone he met loved him. All around the world they all Loved BOB! Hold Evie as you both always did, close to your hearts. May some condolences come to your entire family from the knowing everyone loved Bob.
It was my sincere pleasure and honor to have worked with Bob over the past year or so. Bob’s calm, even demeanor and ability to work shoulder to shoulder with folks, always with that smile, brought order and optimism to what could otherwise be stressful times. I can only pray that your pain be eased by the knowledge of how truly good a man Bob was and that his time with his Kellogg friends and colleagues was a blessing for us. He will be sorely missed.
Please accept my sincerest condolences regarding Bobby’s passing. I have known and worked with Bob over 20 years and have the utmost respect for him as a co-worker and a friend. I am so sorry for your loss – he will be missed. Take comfort in knowing that when one door closes, another is opened.
Phyllis I am so sorry for your lose, I know from recent experience what a shock it is.
I knew Bob was a Christian and he loved the LORD and his family, and if I can convey anything at all I will tell you to put all your trust and faith in the LORD he WILL see you through.
You and your family will be in my prayers.
I met Bob in the early part of the summer of 2015 as I was also working at the plant in Jackson, TN. We worked together a lot over the past 6 months. During that time I heard a lot of stories about his family and all the places he had worked at it the past. We also talked about Honda Civics, as I have one also. He was a great man and always very nice to me. He will be greatly missed. My prayers are with you. God Bless.
My deepest condolences on your loss. I had the pleasure of working with Bob in Grand Rapids for several months and then again at Kellogg’s in Chicago. It was always evident that Bob’s top priority was his family, and he was always talking about his granddaughter. He will be sadly missed, and my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
I only knew Bob for a few short months while working at the Jackson plant as a contractor myself. But in having conversations with Bob during breaks, I know he loved his family and look forward to getting home to spend with you all. I could also tell he was a spiritual man and a Christian. My deepest prayers are being sent up for the whole family as you go through this difficult time of lose and grieving. Only comfort to send is that God has received a great angel to watch over his family and love ones. We can only go by faith that the Lord has a great plan for all things and his children. Bob left a special feeling in my heart the short time I knew him. Prayers Going Up.
My prayers are for you and that your faith in God will see you through this difficult time. I was honored to have worked with Bob during the last couple years and will greatly miss him.
Mrs. Waibel and family, just wanted express my sadness at Bob’s passing. He was such a great resource for us at the Jackson Kellogg plant and we will miss him. His dedication to his work and his great knowledge was very evident to all of us.
He truly loved his family and spoke of you all often. Praying that God will bless you all with his comfort, peace and love during the days ahead. I am so sorry for your loss.
As hard as it seems, you will get through this difficult time and emerge stronger. As a member of Jacobs’ family, I am sending you my sincere condolences.
Bob was a special colleague and fried to many of us in the Kellogg community. His work was exceptional and he was always a go to person when “wild” machines had to be “tamed”. While he was frequently called away from family on our behalf, he always kept his loved ones close to his heart. We will miss him and we send our thoughts and prayers to all mourning his passing.
I didn’t know or have the chance to work with Mr. Waibel,
but I wanted to pass along my condolences on the separation your family is experiencing. I pray YHWH’s SHALOM on your family in this time & always.
SSOE_ATSBU, Hillsboro, OR