Robert William Krick, II, age 61, of Stone Mountain, GA, passed away Saturday, February 8, 2014. Bob was a truck driver with 23 years of service and a member of the Teamsters Local Union; # 728. He is survived by his wife; Debbie Krick of Stone Mountain, GA. Mother; Janet Krick of Decatur, GA. Brothers; Dr. Joe Krick and his wife Wanda Faye of Tullahoma, TN, John Krick of Atlanta, GA, Mike Krick of Smyrna, GA, and Sterling Krick of Tucker, GA. Sisters; Mary Espinosa and her husband Raymond of Lawrenceville, GA, Kathy Jackson and her husband Robert of Lilburn, GA, Kristen Krick of Decatur, GA, and Elizabeth Iliff and her husband Steve of Missouri. Mother-in-law; Carolyn Griggs. Sister-in-law; Charlotte Hodgins. Brother-in-laws; Ralph Hodgins, and Ray Griggs all of College Park, GA. Nephew; Dave Hodgins and his wife Kate, great niece; Caroline Hodgins all of Atlanta, GA and numerous nieces and nephews. The Rosary will be said Tuesday, February 11, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. at St. Thomas More Catholic Church, 636 West Ponce de Leon Ave., Decatur, GA 30030, with the Mass of the Resurrection at 10:00 a.m. Father Dennis Dorner will serve as Principal Celebrant. Interment will be held at Arlington Memorial Park in Sandy Springs, GA. The family will receive friends at Wages & Sons Stone Mountain Chapel on Monday, February 10, 2014 from 4:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. Wages & Sons Stone Mountain Chapel 1040 Main Street Stone Mountain, GA 30083. 770-469-9811, is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com

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  1. What a sad day. Debbie you’re in our thoughts & prayers. I know you’re not supposed to question what the Good Lord does but you do wonder why he takes the good ones so early. Have known Bob since the Brown Transport days 1984 and we remained friends all these years. He never changed over the years same old joking Bob. The “Bring em Back Bob” logo was hung on him years ago and never left. He was a legend in the Stone Mountain / Tucker area in the transportation business. He was a true friend. He will be truly missed but NEVER forgotten. RIP my friend, Rest in Peace….Wayne

  2. Debbie,

    I know this is a tough time for you and I am at a lost for words that can console your heart; but please remember I am here for you. May you find comfort in knowing that Bob’s soul is at peace.

    Jeannie B.

  3. So sorry for your your loss. I’ve known Bob since 1985 at Brown Transport. He was well loved by us at Holland and also the customers. He will greatly be missed. May the Good Lord be with you and bring good people to you Mrs. Krick during your te of sorrow. YIC Bo.

  4. Debbie, There are no words that will make you feel better right now. People will mean well, including myself and Billy, but you are the only one that knows how it feels to walk in your shoes. I’m thankful that the Lord will be walking with you. There is another angel in heaven, and his name is Bob. For that, I”m greatful. Billy is a road driver at Holland and I was a little bit of everthing in the office, from clerk, dispatch, safety, supervisor. I was even in Norcross with him. We had quite a crew. Just know that there are people out here who will be praying for you and remembering Bob. I pray the Lord wraps you in his loving arms today and always.

  5. Debbie, I am at a loss for words at the passing of my dear friend Bob. I’ve known Bob for about 7 or 8 years and he was a fine person, always cutting up with all his friends in the transportation industry and taking it himself from all of us in good taste. I know he will be missed by all who had the pleasure to know him. My family sends our prayers to you and yours and rest assured that he is driving the big truck up there as well.

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