Robert (Bobby) Kerkhoff, age 41 of Lawrenceville, passed away on May 25, 2015. A memorial service will be held on May 30, at 2:00 P.M. at East Shadow Lawn Mausoleum Chapel. Bobby was loved by many and will be greatly missed.

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  1. I know our love will live on through eternity. Know I will see you on the other side. I will keep u in my heart forever and u will hear me when I reach those pearly gates. I never thought with what I am facing you would beat me there, but if it is Gods will, he put you there to bring me on home. In the meantime I will remain tuff as nails and do you proud. “I don’t think anybody feels the way I do about you now” I’ll love you forever.

  2. Alan and Charlene: I know your loss is unberable at this time, it has to be hard to lose someone unexpectedly like you did. I am praying for both of you and Haley also. I know you will have the strength to get through this, God is with you. You will be united with Bobby on the other side, he is with his mother, Grandma and Grandpa now and they are all watching over him and you. God Bless You, Diane

  3. Bobby

    Larger than life
    Best friend and brother
    Loved his family

    We’re gathered here today to honor and remember Robert Allen Kerkhoff JR. or our beloved Brother and friend “Bobby”
    The family knew Bobby wouldn’t have wanted a preacher so I guess they got the farthest thing from it with asking me to lead the memorial today. lol
    The overwhelming thing that keeps coming up when I hear folks talk about Bobby is how he made them feel….Loved.
    Bobby made sure you knew he loved you and his infectious laugh and smile made everyone who met him love him right back. Bobby adored and loved his family and friends.
    He is survived by His father Al, sister Charlene and niece Haley who I know are devastated from this sudden, and unexpected loss along with all of us.

    Bobby was tuff as steel, and loved the Pittsburg Steelers. I have no idea how many broken noses or black eyes we gave one another over our 20+ year friendship… but I know there was never one time I doubted his love or brotherhood. He was a mentor, taught me how to fight, acted as a big brother & protector. But most importantly taught me how to believe in myself & my inner abilities.

    Bobby loved music.
    He was a talented singer, writer and guitarist! He cut his teeth in “Anxiety” original line up of: Omar Dyar, Brian Cain, Todd Grandoff & Billy Bruce. Shawn Ward, Chris Clark and Craig Dale would join later, but all members would be brothers for life! With Chris Holmes.

    After Anxiety Bobby, Chris & Shawn formed “Fuck Everybody” with Mark Boggs aka. Stopper, & Dale Stahl

    From 1997 thru current date I had the privilege of playing with Bobby in FoodStamp / Eric Huey. & Sweet Jesus with Shawn Ward, Mark Boggs and Dale Stahl.

    Bobby was also an accomplished body picer working in the industry from 1994-2000. Co owner of InkFix Tattoos and Body Piercing along side

    Skully Lehto
    Dave Attonito
    Richard Davis
    vampire Brian
    Todd Bowling
    Rob Brong
    Skip Fletcher
    Clay Gooch
    Rebecca Black
    Brado Revell

    Bobby loved and lived live hard and full throttle!

    Although I may not be able to physically see him again… I will and forever remain grateful for the time and memories we shared. Bobby will forever remain my brother.


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