Born On: December 12, 1959

Passed On: February 09, 2019

Robert James “Bob” England

Robert James “Bob” England age 59, from the Twin Lake area of Muskegon, was born on December 12, 1959 and passed away suddenly at home on February 9, 2019. Robert was preceded in death by his wife of nearly 20 years, Lisa Russell England, and his father, Robert Lee England.  Survivors include his two children, Bobby England, and Lindsey (Tom) England-Davis; his mother, Beverly (Sterritt) England; three grandchildren, Jasmine Marie, Kaiya, and Khol; three siblings, Brian England, Dean England and Cheri Harrington. Bob was a family man who loved spending time with his family.  He was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed camping, and walking on the beach, but most of all, he loved his kids and grandkids.  They meant everything in the world to him.  According to his wishes cremation has taken place.

19 thoughts on “Robert James “Bob” England

  1. Renee Dault

    So many memories ….. I wouldn’t be able to pick one. We have been friends for nearly 45 years! My early memories always included the stereo out on the patio, a fire, some beers and often a car being worked on. And after our children were born or families blended even more. Get togethers with kids running and playing until way later than they should have, then sleeping everywhere on the floors. Those were truly the years I enjoyed! We’ve been through a lot over the years and were always there for one another. We may have went long periods of time without seeing each other but just knowing you were always there if I needed you was great comfort. I miss you but my hope is that you are whole, happy & healthy with Lisa. I love you my friend!

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  2. Tami Foster

    Bob Jr England as he painted on the side of the shed/garage when he was about 10. Lots of my memories of growing up includes him as well as the whole family!!! You’re living in my heart now and I still laugh at all the crazy things we have done together. I will miss you my friend.
    I’m so sorry for your loss, Bev, Binzer, Bobby Lee, Cheri, Brian and Dean.

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    1. Cheri Harrington

      Thanks Tami for your thoughtful words. I will always chuckle about him liking claustrophobia in our little bathroom!!

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  3. Marcie Anderson

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May the peace of God that surpasses all understanding be with you now.
    Marcie Schroeder Anderson

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  4. Jeanie Schalk

    May God’s powerful love embrace and comfort you Aunt a Bev, Cheri, Brian, Dean and all of you who grieve now. I am sorry for your loss. Bob was created and cherished by God, who now cares for him in eternal life. May he and his Dad celebrate together a new life in heaven.

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  5. Vickie Hasse

    Sending love and hugs to you all….
    Hold on to the good memories…
    I am so sorry for your loss 💔
    “Vickie”

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  6. Toni Greiner (Schutter/Schelske)

    Sending out condolences to all of Bob’s family members. I have known Bob for many, many years and was blessed to know Lisa as well. I pray that they are together in heaven smiling down on the rest of us. 💕💕

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  7. Cheri England Harrington

    Words can’t express how I feel about you not being here. I called you today to go to a movie. I pray you are at peace with Lisa. I will always love you. See you on the other side, dear brother.

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  8. Brooke

    Im so so so sorry for your loss of a great man im sorry i never got to meet him because im sure he was just as warming as you are a great loveable soul gone to soon i love ya lindsey keep your head up with that glowing smile im always here if you need any thing please dont hesitate to ask

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  9. Liz

    We were married nearly 20 years. It was sad that it ended, but in the end, we were able to come together for our kids. Bob loved Bobby and Lindsey more than anything and always strived to give them a good life. Rest in Peace, Bob. I truly wish that you and Lisa are together and whole and enjoying the next adventure.

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  10. Amanda

    Your dad was a great person Binz. We as well have so many family memories of our childhood with all of you in them… thoughts and prayers to you all during this time!! Love you all

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  11. Monique Wantland

    When I think of your dad, I think of music and laughter. My childhood has many memories of family parties. I specifically remember Lindsey, Rikki and myself providing karaoke all dressed up and loving our life during one of the parties! I know your heartbreak and want you to know that I love you and am thinking of you all.

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