Isidro “Bob” Rios, 82, of Lawrenceville, GA, passed away peacefully at his home on April 7th, 2015. The Rios family will receive friends at Wages & Sons Funeral Home, 1031 Lawrenceville Highway, Lawrenceville, GA on Monday, April 13th, 2015 from 6:00pm until 8:00pm. Isidro was born in Brownsville, TX on May 25th, 1934. Isidro is survived by his children, Robert Scott Rios and his wife, Amy of Roswell, GA; Lauren Rios of Lawrenceville, GA; grandson, Jalen Moulder. Being one of 7 brothers, he is survived by his brothers, Benito, Guadalupe, Antonio, Salvador, Ernesto, Teofilo and Juan. Isidro was preceded in death by his parents, Simon and Florida Rios, his wife, Elizabeth Irene Rios and his wife, Phyllis Rios. Isidro worked for Skil Bosch for 38 years. He was an active and vibrant man who loved his family and countless friends. He will be dearly missed. The Rios family wishes to thank Dr. Montero and nurses with Suburban Hematology and Cancer Care of Lawrenceville, GA for the care and attention he received. Online condolences may be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com

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  1. I will always love you! You were my daddy for many yrs. I know my mother loved you and you were good to her. Rest in peace. Love you Nina

  2. Please accept my condolences in this time of grief. May the God of all comfort bring you the peace you need to endure this trialsome time. He gives us a hope for the future, promising that all those in the memorial tombs will rise again when he calls for them. John 5:28.

  3. I am so sorry for your family’s heartbreaking loss. I did not know Bob well, but I knew him to be a very kind and sweet man. I could see in his eyes how much he loved his family. I wish I could be there to support you all as you say goodbye to this great man. May time and the love and support of your friends and family bring you comfort.

  4. Gone from our sight but never forgotten, rest in peace my dear brother. Will miss his generous spirit, and mostly he showed us how to love family and friends.

  5. Uncle Bob the Lord took you away from all of us way to early. You might be gone in body, but I know your spirit will be watching over all of us. I remember when you took my Dad and I to our first Braves game when I was a kid. That was such a great day, a memory I will cherish forever. I’ll miss you Uncle Bob.

  6. Brother I will forever have good memories of you. You were always there for me and my family. Now you are with our Lord in heaven where you deserve to be for all your acts of kindness I love Brother and will miss you dearly. Your brother John

  7. Uncle Bob you were a great uncle and all my family loved you dearly. We will miss you in the valley but you will always be in our hearts may you rest on peace. To my cousins Bob n Lauren may the Lord give you the strength you need during this time of loss. Love you, Flores Family

  8. Tio Bob,
    Thanks for the many memories you’ve given me, they will never be forgotten. Over the years, you never ceased to stay in touch to make sure that our family was doing fine. You always opened the doors of your home to us whenever we needed it, for whatever the reason. And most importantly, thanks for being part of our lives, and giving us many wonderful stories to remember you by. May you rest in peace Tio, and know that you will live on in our hearts as a good man, husband, father, and last but not least, uncle.

  9. CandleImageHe was a kind man. Straight to the point. I am sorry I let him down and did not love his beautiful daughter the way she should have been treated. Forever great full for accepting me when he did.

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