Robert Harold Chalmers Born in Luthersville, GA on October 14, 1936 Departed on April 29, 2013 and resided in Stone Mountain, GA. Celebration of Life Service: Saturday, May 4, 2013 Robert Harold Chalmers "Bob", age 76 of Stone Mountain passed away on Monday, April 29, 2013. He was born in Luthersville, GA on October 14, 1936 and spent his early years growing up in Durand, Georgia. A graduate of the Manchester Blue Devils, he was a football athlete that was later drafted in the military and served two years teaching missile technology. He spent his career in the IT industry, working as a software engineer for Univac, General Electric and finally Honeywell Systems. Well respected by his colleagues and friends, he always enjoyed his work and the people he was afforded to work with. Additionally, Bob was a devoted member of Indian Creek Baptist Church. For over 30 years, he was very active and served as a deacon. He was a dedicated servant to his church family and regarded as a "Pillar" by many. Bob was dearly loved by his family and is survived by the love of his life for 55 years, Janet Dennis Chalmers as well as his four children, Stacy Parrish, Greg Chalmers, Shelly Matheson, and Shannon Buchanan. Blessed with 7 grandchildren, and 1 great grandson; surviving him are Alexandra Parrish 15, Brandon Buchanan 30, Aubreigh Buchanan Smith 28, Harrison Buchanan 15, Sarah Rose Buchanan 9, Zachary Matheson 27, Lauren Matheson 22, and Trevor Smith 8 months. Additionally, he is survived by his beloved sisters, Patty Kinney and Nancy Nelson. On Friday, May 3rd, 2013, from 6:30-8:30pm, a viewing will be held at Wages & Sons Stone Mountain Chapel located at 1040 Main Street, Stone Mountain 30083. A celebration of life ceremony will take place on Saturday, May 4th, 2013 at 1pm, Indian Creek Baptist Church, 3901 Rockbridge Road, Stone Mountain 30032. The burial service will follow and be held at Fairview Memorial Gardens located at 164 Fairview Road, Stockbridge 30281.

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  1. Many, many cherished Christmas and Thanksgiving memories are flooding back to me at this time. Sitting at the kids table, Uncle Bob saying grace, opening presents, playing wish cousins and wonderful conversations. I am sure that Grandma and Uncle Bob are sharing hugs and smiles in heaven. My thoughts and prayers are with our family to heal and find peace in the coming days.

    All my love,


  2. We send our deepest heartfelt sympathy to Janet and family in the loss of Bob. He is going to be deeply missed on Sundays greeting each one and his love to talk. May God be with you during the healing process

  3. Sorry to lose my dear friend from years back. Bob and I became real close friends while working at Fulton National Bank’s Data Center in downtown Atlanta from 1965 thru 1974 and continued to work at the same company until I was laid off in 1984. Bob’s Christianity was always evident in his work ethic and honesty. He will be missed by his family and friends, but the world will once again lose a great man.

  4. Janet & family,
    It was always a joy to know Bob..he was an all around good person & you knew he was a Christian man just by being around him.
    Our heartfelt prayers & sympathy go out to you all.
    The world has lost one of its best but WE know where he is now,
    Bless you all.

  5. Janet, Greg, and girls, My heart is so heavy with this loss. Ginny & I just saw Bob at Kroger recently. Our prayers are with you as you mourn and learn to heal. We will miss our neighbor of over 40 years, he was a real sweetheart. Please let us know if we can be of help in any way at all, we’re just 2 doors away. We love you and are here if you need us–please call. Much love from the entire Brockmann Family.

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