Robert Guarino Obituary, Death Cause – As soon as the Jasper County Sheriff’s Office heard the news of Robert’s death, they reached out to the Guarino family to offer their condolences and offer any aid they could. While he served in the Sheriff’s Posse for a long period of time without compensation, he did so out of a sense of duty. This is despite the fact that he did not receive payment for his time.
Everyone’s quality of life will suffer without Robert around to brighten things up and make things more fun. I pray that God grants you a sense of calm as you travel toward a final destination that will bring you nothing but joy for all of eternity. As you go, please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. His parents, Harry Guarino and Lillian, welcomed him into the world on November 14, 1939. (Ludwig.) Pittsburg, in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania, is where he entered the world.
After working as the manager of the body shop at Roper’s for many years, Bob has decided to retire and enjoy life. He was very involved in the activities of the Villa Heights Christian Church, where he served as a deacon for a long time and attended regularly. Throughout his time with Hospice Compassus and the CPMM prison ministry, Robert performed the dual role of chaplain. He did volunteer work for Hospice Compassus and paid work for the CPMM.
Both the AF & AM Lodge 247 in Neosho and the Order of the Eastern Star Lodge 204-0 counted him as a member. He also belonged to both of these groups as a member. In addition, he was a current member of the Jasper County Sheriff’s Office’s Mounted Patrol and had a long history of military duty. One of the recent events was the couple’s celebration of their 60th wedding anniversary. On December 7, 1962, in the town of Neosho, Missouri, they exchanged wedding vows.
Anna May White was the one he decided to marry in the end. Bob is survived by his wife, his son and daughter-in-law (Robert and Jane Guarino and Roberta and Mason Jessip), their three sisters (Joyce Hunter, Vickie Randis, and Joann Pry), their four grandsons, their nine great-grandchildren, and a vast circle of other relatives and friends. Bob’s son Robert and his wife Jane are Robert and Jane Guarino. Roberta and Mason Jessip are Bob’s children.
Robert and Jane Guarino’s father is named Bob. Roberta and Mason Jessip, Bob’s daughter and son-in-law, are happily married and the proud parents of two. All of his immediate family members, including his mother, father, and three brothers and two sisters, had before him in death. On Thursday, March 30, 2023, at 10:00 am, Steve Bycroft will preside over funeral services at Villa Heights Christian Church. The services will take place at a later date and time.