March 22, 1966 - December 14, 2011
Niederman, Robert A. Age 45, walked healthy and whole through the gates of Heaven on December 14, 2011. Born March 22, 1966 in Hamilton, Ohio, the son of Robert and Janet (Fetter) Niederman. Beloved husband of Bethann (Emmons) Niederman, loving father of Elizabeth, Jacob, Ashley, Joshua and LeAnn Niederman, Devoted brother to Debbie (Doug) Pierson, Cindy (Tim) Sorrell and Nancy (Greg) Garver. Special uncle to numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. A trusted friend and mentor to many, many people. A full time farmer in Liberty Twp, after graduating from Lakota High School in 1984 and The Ohio State University in 1988. He was well known for his love of the farm and creative ways to have fun on the farm. Bob was loved by many who visited Paintball Country and Niederman Family Farms. He was a very giving person whose strong faith helped him and others in life. During his difficult journey with cancer, his unwavering faith helped him â€œfight like a farmerâ€. A special thanks to the staff at OHC Jewish Hospital, BMTU Jewish Hospital and Hospice of Hamilton. In lieu of flowers, suggested donations to Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Visitation will be at Center Pointe Christian Church, 5962 Hamilton Mason Road, Sunday, December 18th, 3-7 PM. Funeral service held at the Center Pointe Church, Monday, December 19th, 10 AM
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
So sorry to hear about Bob’s passing. He was a good husband and father and will be missed by family and friends. Our prayers are with all of you.
I met Bob one time, sold his father a martin house, very nice person, he will be missed. Terri and I have visted the Christmas display,several times.
I didn’t know Bob personally but I know his parents so I know he came from a very good and loving family. My condolences to the entire Niederman family. When we visit your Christmas display this year we will do it in honor of Bob.
Our deepest condolences are with you during this very difficult time. Bobby is an inspiration to each and everyone who he met. We will continue to pray for your family each and every day. Bobby’s outstanding personality and hospitality will live on throughout your entire family. He was one of the strongest men and fought a very courageous battle. We will all continue to think of you and may god bless all of your souls.
I truly sorry for the loss. I knew him as paintball BOB. We are the Kroger Crew that liked to play paintball. I will always remember Paintball Bob he was always easy to talk to. A well like man that will truly be missed.