Robert Schlegel, Jr

December 02, 1966 - September 27, 2017

Visitation: Thursday, Oct. 12 from 6-8 pm, and Friday Oct. 13 from 9-10:50 am at Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry

Service: Friday October 13 at 11 am at the funeral home, with Rev. Charles Bober celebrating.

Robert P. Schlegel Jr., age 50, of Fullerton, CA, formerly of Pine Twp., passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on Wednesday, September 27, 2017. Bob will be lovingly remembered for his self-discipline in life and the way he positively impacted those around him. Beloved son of Robert P. (Judith) Schlegel; loving father of Mariah, and Benjamin Schlegel; proud brother of Jon A. (Diane) Schlegel, Jennifer L. (Ted) Gregory, and William D. (Ivy) Schlegel; also survived my many friends, who will all miss him dearly.

Bob was a graduate of Penn State University and was a Sales Manager for ProSource , Inc. His life-long passion was personal fitness and training. He took great pride in helping others reach their goals both physically and mentally. His work ethic mantra was “Progress has no patience.”

He was an avid sports fan who loved music, and history. He enjoyed reading and his incredible memory was one of his hallmarks. He loved his hometown Steelers, Pens, and Pirates as well as Penn State.

Above all, Bob loved his family, and cherished every moment he spent with each of them – as they did with him. His positive outlook towards life and his kindness will be permanently ingrained in all who knew him. We love you Bobby!!!!

The family will receive friends on Thursday, Oct. 12 from 6-8 pm, and Friday Oct. 13 from 9-10:50 am at DEVLIN FUNERAL HOME OF CRANBERRY, 2678 Rochester Rd, Cranberry Twp. A Blessing Service will be held Friday October 13 at 11 am at the funeral home, with Rev. Charles Bober celebrating. Inurnment will take place following the service at Holy Savior Cemetery, Gibsonia. In lieu of flowers, material contributions may be sent to the Kidney Cancer Association, 9450 SW Gemini Dr., #38269, Beaverton, OR 97008.

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  • Paul Prado

    I remember, my friend. I will always remember.

    I remember playing on the dirt pile with Tonka trucks. I remember pretending to be superheroes on the log pile, kicking the kickball into the ‘munions onions’, and sledriding down that tiny icy slope in your backyard. I remember playing little league (your dad calling everybody gumshoe), football, and wrestling together and the endless hours spent playing video games at wrestling tournaments. I remember lifting weights together so we could be like the guys who won the tournaments. I remember playing chess in the woods listening to the Pirates on the radio. I remember fishing for carp in that little pond and what happened at Greeks lake. I remember the overnight squawk box, playing rumble and fumble rumble (and calling out the player we were). I remember how you ate too fast at the birthday party and threw up in the pool. I remember you telling me to ‘shove it in’ so we could get back to playing. I remember playing Dungeons & Dragons and loosing the football for that stupid game where the players moved when the board vibrated. I remember riding our bikes to play baseball all day at Pine Elementary, coming home when we got hungry. I remember summer rec. I remember listening to the Boston, the Doobies, Van Halen, and the Beach Boys. I remember Slomka’s little yapping dog biting our pants when we rode our bikes. I remember the itsa ball. I remember falling into the bush when the guy says ‘I got struck by lightning’. Thanks to your influence I am one of the few people in the world who sometimes unwittingly refer to chipmunks as grinnies. I remember talking about the girls who would one day become our wives before being in each other’s weddings (with your daughter serving as a flower girl in mine). I remember texting pictures of my kids with you and hearing your encouraging comments. I remember receiving Terry Tate videos. I remember that sometimes we didn’t see each other for a long time but when we did it was just like no time had passed at all.
    I remember even more, but I know that you’ll always remember stuff I forgot because you’ve always been like that. Most importantly, I remember hearing with great joy that you accepted Jesus as your savior. That means that someday we can add to the list things I remember in person. I will look forward to that day until it comes.

    I love you, my friend. Thank you for being my friend, forgiving my screw ups, and for all of the awesome memories.

    P.S. See if you can get approval for a snow football game when I get there.

  • Joel Miller

    Bob: I am very sorry to hear about the loss of your son. I would like to express my sincere sympathy to you and your family. Joel Miller

  • Joe Merhaut

    We are truly saddened to hear of Bob’s passing. The entire Schlegel family is on our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

  • Cathie Marsh

    Judy and Bob – I am so sorry for you loss. Prayers and positive thoughts are with you and your family as you walk this difficult path.

    Cathie McKnight Marsh

  • Joe Santa


    I am sorry to hear about your brothers passing.

    You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  • Janet (Paul) Koch

    To Bob and Judy,

    I am sorry for your loss. My sympathy to all of you at this time.
    I will offer my prayers for your family.

  • Polly Jo

    Dear Aunt Judi, Uncle Bob, Jon, Bill, Jen and families, We are so deeply sad to hear of our cousin, Bob, truly a sweetheart, we are blessed and honored to be his family, our memories are precious, we will treasure, always. With Love, Polly Jo xo

  • Donna Woodbridge

    Although I didn’t get to know Bob really well, he supported Lin Garcia and me in our fundraisers for Pathways of Hope and was a really great guy to be around. I will miss him.


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