Robert Charles "Bob" Byrne

May 30, 1966 ‒ May 07, 2014

Galion, Ohio

Robert Charles “Bob” Byrne, age 47, of Galion and formerly of Bucyrus, died Wednesday afternoon, May 7, 2014, at home in the care of his sister and mother after an extended illness resulting in other complications.

On May 30, 1966, Bob was born in Fort Hood, Texas, the son of Charles Robert Byrne and Jackie (Fox) Byrne.

Prior to his illness, Bob worked at Eagle Crusher in Bucyrus as a burn table operator for approximately 20 years, where he worked diligently earning many hours of overtime each week. He will be greatly missed by his immediate family as well as many other extended family members. Many will fondly remember him for his joking ways.

Bob enjoyed fishing, boating, hunting, stock car racing, working on cars, and sharing time with his two dogs, Bella and Lulu.

He is survived by his father, Charles Robert “Bob” Byrne of Tiro, his mother, Jackie Byrne also of Tiro, his sister, Robin Heckert (Vic Montgomery) of Galion, twin brother, Charles Robert “Robb” Byrne, Jr. of Florida, niece, Amanda “Mandi” Treadway of Columbus, and nephew, Cody Armstrong of Bucyrus.

Also surviving is his estranged wife, Barbara Bond Byrne of Bucyrus, his only biological son, Robert Charles “Bobby” Byrne, Jr. (Amanda) of Bucyrus, daughter, Amy Delotell of Bucyrus, grandson’s, Wyatt Byrne, Cole Delotell, Kyle Delotell, Jordan Delotell, and granddaughter, Alexis “Noel” Delotell.

He was preceded in death by his younger brother, Ronald “Ron” Byrne and son, Paul Dyer, as well as his grandparents.

Private memorial and graveside services will be observed by his family and pastor at Rivercliff Union Cemetery in Mount Gilead, Ohio.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the funeral home.

His family would like to extend a heartfelt “thank you” for the wonderful care and support provided by the caring doctor’s of Galion Community hospital, ICU staff and other staff at the Galion Community Hospital, as well as support for his final care from Hospice in Galion.

Snyder Funeral Homes of Mount Gilead are honored to have been chosen to serve Bob’s family and your private condolences may be expressed to them by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.