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Rob L. Melton III (May 26, 1990 – July 25, 2009)

Rob L. Melton III, age 19 of Osceola, passed away July 25, 2009. Rob was born May 26, 1990. Surviving are his parents, Rob Jr. and Wendy Melton of Osceola, and his sisters, Brooklynn, Cali-Sue, and Sydney Melton, all of Osceola, and his grandparents; Jane Melton of Granger, and Fred and Sue Carlson of Osceola and great-grandmothers Elsie Hodge of Mesa, AZ and Eleanor Carlson of South Bend. Also surviving are his uncles and aunts; Carol (Bob) Ritter of Rochester, IN, Sandra (Roman) Cisneros of LaPorte, TX, Sherry (Phillip) Weldy of Granger, Jay (Brenda) Carlson of Parkville, MO, Kay (Brian) White of Mishawaka, and Kile (Kathy) Carlson of Granger, along with several cousins. Rob was preceded in death by his grandfather, Robert Melton Sr. Visitation will be held from 4-8 pm Friday, July 31, 2009 at Voice Ministries, 1610 S Nappanee Street, Elkhart, IN 46516. Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 am on Saturday, August 1, 2009 at Voice Ministries. Chapel Hill Funeral Home is handling arrangements.

1 Comments on “Rob L. Melton III (May 26, 1990 – July 25, 2009)

  1. How is it this 19 yr old is able to touch so many lives?
    When God works a plan (no matter how hard it seems to us)it comes to fulfillment.
    This last week has been a week of reevaluating,just what is it God really wants from His people? Worship! As a pastor I know this but the loss of my nephew Robbie and the celebration of his life it became even more clearer to me.
    I want to “Thank you” for the going home party given in his honor.
    While I did not know him in the way you did,what a young man he had become.
    We have decided to see the ministry of “Worship” will continue in the memory of Rob L. Melton III. The first plaque to be given in his memory for worshiper of the week from youth camp will be given this mo. If anyone would like to join us and his parents we would be honored to have you. Contact me and I’ll give details.
    The empty spot in my heart is big, and it hurts and the tears won’t stop at times BUT as the song goes, “Wait for me for I’ll be there too”. I’ll be there one day Robbie so say hi to maw and paw and papaw and don’t forget look for me for I’ll be there too. I love you more and more!!!!
    Aunt Carol

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