Robert K. Pelcher

robert k. pelcher
HILTON: Friday, November 28, 2008 at age 77. Loving husband, father and grandfather. Predeceased by his daughter, Cindy L. Pelcher; sister, Shirley; brother, Jack Pelcher. Survived by his loving wife, Janet; daughters, Dawne Pelcher(Brian Herman), Diane Czebatol(Mike), Debbie Twentymon, Vicki Pelcher; son, Robbie Pelcher; grandchildren, Valerie, Rochelle, Julie and Erica, Zachery, Stephanie and Serena Pelcher(Sherrie); sister, Lillian Wesley(Eugene); several nieces and nephews. Robert was employed with the Rochester City Fire Department for 25 years. He was a proud Veteran and the owner of the Horseshoe Tavern in Charlotte for 39 years. Friends may call Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Rd. His Funeral Service will be held Monday 2:00PM in the chapel of the funeral home. Interment Riverside Cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the American Lung Association in his memory.

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  1. Dawne ~
    So sorry to read of your father’s passing in the paper. I remember you genuinely liking your dad. What stands out for me is the boat ride your Dad took you, Kate & I on one summer many years ago. That was a lot of fun. He was a nice man.
    Sorry I missed the calling hours but found out about this too late. Would send a card but don’t know where you live! I’ll be thinking of you & your family with love & sympathy in this tough time.
    X O Chris Kinsella

  2. Dawne, Vikki, Robbie and the rest of the Pelcher family-
    Your dad was such a great man and I have many great memories of him and your mom at The Horseshoe Tavern! You are all in my prayers and The Lord will be with you and comfort you through this hard time. He is with Cindy now in Heaven. God Bless all of you!
    Vicki Laskoski

  3. I send my love and sympathy to family and friends of Bob Pelcher. I have tons of wonderful memories and stories about life on earth with Bob! I don’t think I can look at our great Lake Ontario and Genesee River without thinking of him… and that silly dog of his that used to swim behing the boat until Bob stopped and picked him up for the ride! Happy sailing, Bob!

  4. Jan. gail and I would like to send you our most sincere condolanses,in this ruff time, Bob was one of the 5-people that really cared about me when I was going through tough times and I have him to thank for my road to recovery..Curt

  5. My thoughts and prayers to all the family.
    Bob was a good friend to my parents
    Richard and Gloria. They are now all togeather. God bless all !

  6. Reading Bob’s obituary brought back a lot of memories. My former husband played ball for the Horseshoe and thought a lot of Bob. I’m sorry to hear of his passing. (They called my husband Dude. I’m sure, if he was able, he would pay his respects.)

  7. To Bob’s Family,
    Bob and i became friends at the Hudson Ave fire-house(eng.16) both installers of storm windows and doors,working together both on the department and side job.
    My sympathy is with you at this time of sadness…………Mike Dox

  8. We are all sad of hearing of Bob’s passing. Where’s Meathead! was one of his welcoming calls. I first met Bob at the shoe for two, this is what we would say back in the 70’s & 80’s after work, heading up to the Horseshoe. He was a flamboyant guy with plenty of projects. God Bless him and his family.

  9. What can I say about Bob that you all don’t already know. I was pregnat and he gave me a job a place to live and in the heat of summer let me live on his boat. Do any of you remember his tee shirits? I will always be grateful and never forget you Bob.

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