Robert S. Love left a legacy of family, faith and friends behind. This is his email to let them know where his heart was:
My dear friends, whom I care so much for:
For the next few minutes I would like to tell each one of you what you have meant to me. Words really can’t explain this but here goes. I want you all to know that when I get to Heaven all will be well. I will be there in the event one of your or any of the kids were to be called to Heaven, I will watch over them. My only request is that while you are still here in earth you help Cindy, Marshall, Kyler, Kelli and Jacey to live a full and happy life. I know that this is a big request. But, somehow knowing all of you, you will make that happen. We are all told that life is short, to cherish each moment to its fullest, to live it like there is no tomorrow. That is hard at times, even for me. Sometimes I (remove U) find myself taking life for granted. I want each one of you to hold hands with your family when you can - to really enjoy each other’s company - to hold each other tight and to think of each other and not about me, Cindy or our family. Think of yours. This is my wish for all of you. Nothing more - nothing less. So, with that said, let’s kiss our loves ones and go and have a wonderful time together. Like I’ve always told the boys, “I am living with cancer, not dying with cancer.” Love to you all and may God bless you like you have blessed me and my family.
Thank you for reading this, it really means a lot to me. When our paths cross, I want to see smiles. I expect to be smiling.
We have a frame in our house that says “A friend is something you give yourself.” I believe that is very true. To all of my wonderful friends, “I LOVE YOU” and THANKS FOR BEING MY FRIEND!!
All God’s Love,