Robert G. Fadeley

August 24, 1950 - December 11, 2012
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ROBERT GEORGE FADELEY, of Newbury Twp., Age 62, died Tuesday, December 11 at Heather Hill Healthcare Center, Munson Twp. Born August 24, 1950 to the late James F. and Mary A. (nee: Yunk) Fadeley, he was a lifelong Northeast Ohio resident. For 33 years, he was a Report Writer for AT&T in Cleveland. He hasContinue Reading

Cindy Steele left a message on December 20, 2012:
I was so sad to hear of Bob's passing. He was such a kind and thoughtful person. I very much enjoyed all of my conversations with Bob as he was so easy to talk to and always had an interesting story to tell. I remember the first time I met him, my daughter Stacy and I were cast in Man of LaMancha in Hudson. Bob played Sancho Panza and was great in the roll. My thoughts and prayers are with Marilyn and her boys. He will always be remembered.
Dawne T Sbroglia left a message on December 18, 2012:
I am so sorry to hear of Bob's passing..He was a wonderful person and I will never forget him...Our families were friends for many years...Bob and I went to Prom together and had a great time..God Bless him and his family..RIP Bob.. again, I am sorry!!! Dawne T Sbroglia
William Alexander left a message on December 15, 2012:
Bob was easily the nicest person I've ever known. I worked with him every year at the Indie Gathering--I'd run camera for the panel discussions and Bob would run a projector in Screening Room A. He always felt that was the best job ever because he got to watch all the incredible independent movies submitted from around the world. I also got to work with him a few occasions for Avatar and the safety videos Bill Johns would shoot for different clients. Bob, you will be missed, for your talents and your friendship, for your smiles and silly jokes. Heartfelt condolences to all your family and friends.
Thomas and Sigi Treichel left a message on December 14, 2012:
I remember when Bob first started in the late 60ties at Showboat Theatre and stared in Camelot, Zorba and he introduced me to a lovely yo0ung woman, Marilyn. What a delightful and fantastic. later we met in Chardon and did Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Forum, jsut as I married Sigi and he hadn't changed at all. Witty, charming and an absolute delight. These cherished moments i will never forget and our condolences go to the lovely Marily and his sons. Thank you Bob for the memories and friendship. Tom Treichel
Chery Suchan left a message on December 14, 2012:
My fond memories of Bob were two shows, they are "1776" and "Annie". He was the perfect FDR! He was the most gracious and warm person in the theatre community. Having worked with he and his loving wife Marilyn, I have been blessed for having known them. I know he is at peace now. So God bless the whole family. Loving prayers, Chery and Bob
Colleen Ditchman left a message on December 13, 2012:
I am sorry to hear about Bob, he was a funny man to work with at Cedar point's halloweekends. He is greatly missed, no longer suffering and at peace in God's hands. Prayers to the family.
Patricia Krotine left a message on December 13, 2012:
I worked with Bob for the past 17 years at the Great Geauga County Fair in Burton. Each morning I awaited his "joke of the day". He will surely be missed. My sincere condolences to his family.
Joanne Bray left a message on December 13, 2012:
Bob worked for me as as standardized patient whenever I had an event at Sagamore. He was a great actor...professional, good hearted and funny. He always had a story to tell me. Bob will be missed by all who were fortunate enough to know him. My deepest sympathy to his wife and family.
Carrie Hebert left a message on December 13, 2012:
Bob and I worked together many times as standardized patients, and at the National Flight Nurse Academy where, together, we created the concept for the Fadeley Finger. He will be terribly missed! Bob was a terrific actor, dedicated family man, and all around great person. My deepest sympathy and sincere condolences go out to his family and friends. You are all in my prayers! Carrie
Karen Kawolics Gorby and Kevin Gorby left a message on December 13, 2012:
Marilyn and boys ... my heart goes out to you. Bob was such a wonderful family person and a very creative and talented artist. I so much enjoyed hearing about all his video projects and acting jobs. I have already missed him behind the scenes at Cable 9. He was such a blessing in my life. I could always count on Bob to run camera and have a wonderful personality! The staff at Cable 9 has asked how he was doing. They were very sad to hear of his passing.I got a chance to see Bob in a play at Chagrin Valley Little Theater a few years ago. He was such an amazing actor. It was a great show. He had commented to me that it was a very special cast and it is a once in a lifetime chance to work with such talented actors. I agreed!When Bob worked on Mind, Body & Spirit with me he often would talk about his family. He loved his wife so much and was such a great supporter of his boys dreams. He would talk about all the fun things he does with his family - his Disney trip, working at Cedar Point with his son and fun family movie outings. He was truly a great example of a human being. Just a good kind person. He will be missed by many people.Kevin and I are praying for you.
Audrey-Chuck Veverka left a message on December 13, 2012:
Marilyn and John, David and Ken, We are so sorry to hear of your great loss. May your love and faith help you get throughthis most difficult time and may God give you His Peace to comfort and console you. With all our love, prayers and support Aud and Chuck
Jan Tuttle left a message on December 13, 2012:
Bob Fadeley . . . what can one say. He made me laugh so hard - during meetings for the Geauga County Fair - I had to bury my face in my hands while he kept a straight face, telling people around us, "I have no idea why she's laughing." His gate stories were just priceless.I first met Bob at the Geauga Theater Guild in 1977 and have treasured his friendship. He was always a willing actor and ready to work scenes or run lines during rehearsals and during the run of a show. The jokes he would pull on people, children in particular, with his missing finger made you roll your eyes.He will be missed, but you know he has God and the angels laughing!
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