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Knippschild Robert Brian

March 2, 1962 May 4, 2019
Knippschild Robert Brian
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Pawleys Island:
Robert Brian Knippschild, 57, died unexpectedly at his residence on May 4, 2019.
Robert, "Bob," Knippschild was born March 6, 1962, the loving and loyal son of
William Knippschild and the late Ernestine Ott Knippschild. Bob grew up in
Aston, Pennsylvania. After graduating high school, he joined the Navy, proudly
serving from August 1983 to September 1993. Petty Officer Second Class Knippschild
was stationed all along the East Coast, serving at Philadelphia, PA, Camp LeJune, NC,
Quantico, VA, and Lakehurst NJ, with his former spouse and children.
Bob always hand a lending hand, open heart, and big laugh. His bright smile
is missed by all who loved him. He enjoyed traveling, computer science,
meeting new people, and spending time with loved ones.
He is dearly loved and dearly missed.
Robert is survived by his father, William Knippschild, brother William "Billie" Knippschild, sister Clara (Knippschild) Orlando, sons Robert Knippschild, Jonathan Knippschild, and Jason
Knippschild , former wife Fran Knippschild, nieces Kirsten O'Neill, Alyssa Harper, Carinna LaRocco, Laura DeLuca, and a plethora of great-nieces and nephews.
Services held privately by the family.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks for donations to be made to the J.O.Y School, located
at Pawley's Island Presbyterian Church. The J.O.Y School provides services for disabled
children, in summer programs and special day programs offered by J.O.Y. University throughout the year.
Donations may be sent to: The J.O.Y. School, Attn: Martha Insignares. 9967 Ocean Highway,
Pawley's Island, SC 29585

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