Inselmann, Sr., Robert "Bob" K.


Robert Kenneth Inselmann, Sr. passed away on October 23, 2012. He was born in San Antonio, Texas to Erna and Joseph Inselmann on October 27, 1931.

After attending schools in San Antonio, including Trinity University, he served in the United States Army in Japan with the 753AAA Gun Batt. After the service, he married Mary Margaret Isaacs in 1957 and together they had four children. With his close friend, Larry Higgins, he coached their boys to city soccer championship. He took great pride in coaching without ever knowing what

8 replies on “Inselmann, Sr., Robert "Bob" K.”

Andrea Hester, PhD says:

I was shocked to hear of Mr. Inselmann’s passing when I went into Madison on the Marsh this week and wanted to express my deepest condolences to the family.
Andrea Hester

Lola Anne and Glenn Moore says:

Our heartfelt sympathy for your loss.

Julie Hughes Waida says:

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I’m so sorry for your loss. May God’s peace be with you.

Julie Hughes Waida

Eddie & Marsha Douglas says:

We so loved Bob and have such fond memories of our time on Brentwood with you guys. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Much love, Eddie & Marsha

Kelly & Frank Herndon says:

So sorry to hear about Bob’s passing. Your family is in our prayers. May God be with you in your time of need..
Much love, God Bless

Anne Young Fritsche says:

Jeanne and Sister, I’m so sorry for your loss.

There’s nothing more precious to any woman than her treasured Daddy. Sending you both so much love.

–Annie (sister of Sonny Young)

Kaycee Cannon Pollock says:

I was so sad to hear of Bob’s death. I dropped by your house to say hello about 2 or 3 years ago and I’m so glad I did. I am Donna and Steve Cannon’s daughter and your former across-the-street neighbor. I will always remember your family and my deepest sympathies and prayers are with you.

Donna and Steve Cannon says:

Margaret and family, we just learned about Bob’s death from Marsha Douglas. We are saddened and grieve for the loss of Bob and the fact that we have lapsed in staying in touch with your family. We regret that we had no idea Bob may have been ill. Please know our thoughts immediately went back to many happy memories between our families and great times with all of you. We still smile when we remember Bob politely ending our neighborhood get-togethers at your house by putting on his pj’s. What great times we all had! Much love to all of you, Donna and Steve Cannon – 972-365-9419

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