STROUD, Robert Allen, of Highland Springs, Virginia, passed on to be with the Lord on Wednesday, November 7, 2018. Robert was born to parents Charles and Mary on August 7, 1944 in Richmond, Virginia. He is survived by his loving brother, William Cheever, of New Bern, North Carolina.
Robert served in the Navy and loved America and American history. He was a devoted patriot who honored our country's founding fathers, presidents, and the history of our democracy. His other interests were coin and stamp collecting and he loved old movies and cartoons.
Robert had great faith in the Lord. He was devoted to his church and friends and will be greatly missed. He was a kind and gentle soul and all who knew him loved him for his sweet spirit.
A memorial service celebrating his life will be held Saturday, November 17, 2:00 p.m. at Living Hope Church, 301 W Nine Mile Rd., Highland Springs, Virginia.
Living Hope Church
Saturday November 17th, 2018
301 W Nine Mile Road
Highland Springs, VA 23075
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Robert was one of my best friends for many years and I cherish the many memories I have of our time together. So many Bible studies together! He was a gentle giant of a man with no malice towards others. He had great faith in the Lord and I know he is at rest with the Lord, away from the challenges he faced in this life with his health. I will always remember him counseling me (his pastor) to slow down and pray for Jesus to take over the many concerns that I often got frustrated over. He was a pleasure to be around, as he gave off a spirit of peace and calm. I guess God gifted him with a confidence that the Lord is soverign over all and things will be ok. Miss you Robert, see you in heaven. Love you buddy,
Pastor John Huber
Submitted by John Huber on Nov 13 2018 09:49:31 AM
I'm sorry to hear about the loss of your loved one. When someone we love dies, it’s natural to want to see that person again. Many have found comfort in the Bible’s promise of a resurrection. Notice what John 5:28, 29 says, "Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment." God gives us such a meaningful hope to look forward to. And in the meantime he also promises us to comfort us in our trials if we go to him in prayer. 2 Cor 1:3 calls him the God of all comfort. I hope this was comforting to y'all. Please go to jw.org for more information. Have a nice day.
Submitted by James Clark on Nov 9 2018 08:04:09 AM
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