Robert Shriver

Robert Shriver

Thursday, November 28th, 1946 Monday, August 24th, 2020

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Obituary for Robert Alan "Bob" Shriver

Robert Alan "Bob" Shriver, 73, of Boonsboro, MD passed away on Monday, August 24, 2020 at Doey's House in Hagerstown, MD.

Born November 28, 1946 in Morgantown, WV, he was the son of William Robert and Virginia Mae (Hartman) Shriver.

Robert was a U. S. Army Veteran, worked for Certain Teed for 44 years, and was a member of the Redman's Club and 3rd Base Tavern in Williamsport, MD.

He is survived by a daughter, Shawna Ring and a granddaughter Ariel Ring. He was preceded in death by his wife, Susan (Bender) Shriver.

Services and interment will be private.

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david shriver

Bob and Bill Renner rough housing in the back yard. going to Bob's babe ruth games in Vienna. The bike rides up and down 13th avenue. Sled riding down "BILLS" hill. the trips to Smoke Hole, Shavers Fork and Coopers Rock. Watching the corn on the cob contest between Bob and Uncle Jay. The time Bob was helping Pap-Pap Laurence do the snapping turtle (this was the first time i ever saw Bob afraid of anything) may you rest in peace in the hands of the Lord. You will be missed
Comment | Posted at 03:58pm via Condolence

Shauna Ring

Dad.....above all I would like you to know that I loved you so very much! Right now we are all in a state of bewilderment and have so many questions that will probably never have answers. The only thing helping me right now is the fact that you are no longer in pain or suffering and that you are with Mama Sue, grand-daddy, grandma, and so many others. Hoping that you now have peace. May you look down on us with love and hold us all up with prayers. I remember dearly the times when we would all go to the family reunions and to the cabin. You taught me how to fish, you taught me to drive a stick shift in Grandma Helen's Renault( you made me stop in the middle of a huge hill, stop the car and told me to start up the hill again....I spun tire the whole way up...) and that evening that you drilled fractions into my head. I learned to cook by watching others because I was not allowed in the kitchen(long story). I learned to crochet from grandma(something I still do). I learned to ride a horse at Uncle Jack's.So many memories......I would love to have your knowledge on some of your BBQ dishes and that flipping beer can chicken thing you used to make for Ariel and I. Landon has been asking about you and wants you back(as do we all).Ariel, has been talking about going to 3rd base with you....
You and Mama Sue were our rock....our Gibraltar... we lay a pile of rubble at the base right now. We will get through this and it is going to be so very hard.

Hugs and kisses from us all, your loving bewildered daughter, Shauna
Comment | Posted at 11:23am via Condolence

Shannon Shriver Scholl

MORE MEMORIES FROM SIS!! Remember when we had to sleep on the front porch of the Bellview Ave house when Mom and Dad tried making homemade horseradish? The house was fumed so bad we couldn't be in there, let alone sleep upstairs!! Remember when we shot skeet at the Sugar Shack?? Remember all the late nights canning whatever the garden produced? Remember chasing craw-dads around the creek for hours? Remember getting stuck in the barn with the bull in the barn lot and then in the loft above our heads? Remember when your sister put the farm truck in the ditch along with cousins and all the hay bales (barefoot slipped off the metal clutch pedal ... oops). So many wonderful memories from a wonderful family and childhood. Thank you! Peace be with you, big brother!!
Comment | Posted at 05:59pm via Condolence

david shriver

Going to the scout jamborees, all the fishing trips in and around Fairmont as a kid. All the rides in the old hot rod 50 ford around Parkersburg. How impatient i was to see Bob when he came back from Korea. These are just a few memories that will never be forgotten. Rest In Peace Bob, your little brother David
Comment | Posted at 01:20pm via Condolence

Shannon Shriver Scholl

Thanks for sharing, Dave. We are both shedding tears and heartbreak.
Posted at 01:37pm

Shannon Shriver Scholl

Peace to my brother and the rest of our family. I am Bob's younger sister. We were four years apart in age and never had much in common, except the Boy Scouts. I say that because our father was the troop leader, so I spent more time at Boy Scout family events than I did with my 4H endeavors. I was very proud that he achieved Eagle Scout status, which ultimately affects and involves the whole family. Way to go, Bob!!
One thing we both loved as adults is fishing. From the family trout fishing trips to the later Chesapeake Bay charters, I have many fond memories of those sacred family ties and times. And of course we shared catch photos over the years.
I recall that Shauna (changed her diapers! Sorry, Shauna LOL) his oldest daughter would cry if I didn't take her with me when she saw me leaving in the car.
Bob left me in charge of is VW beetle when he deployed to Korea. Loved that little red thing but unfortunately all I could give him when he returned was an insurance check. I was rear-ended by a pickup truck. All I recall is seeing the truck's headlight in the back seat after impact. Sorry, Bob. Didn't see him coming.
I hope you found Christ and are safely in His embrace. Thank you for the memories. We never had an argument or disagreement of any kind but I wish we could have made more memories.
Love you always, your only Sis, Shannon
Comment | Posted at 10:58am via Condolence

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