Charles “Bobby” Robert Steele

November 25, 1979 - April 11, 2023
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Charles Robert “Bobby” Steele Age 44 Charles Robert “Bobby” Steele of Delaware was found deceased on February 16th, 2024, after being missing for almost a year. Bobby was born on November 25, 1979, the son of Pamela Steele Summerville and Charles Steele. Bobby grew up in Newark, Delaware and graduated from Glasgow High School. LikeContinue Reading

Nathan Hutchins left a message on April 11, 2024:
My condolences I wish we had more time together
Bryan Stayathome left a message on April 11, 2024:
This hit my heart hard. Bobby. I remember our long talks. You were a very loyal friend. You had a heart. You left a lasting impression. I love you bro.
Jackie Nichols left a message on April 10, 2024:
You’re the cousin that I got to see on some birthdays and holidays when we were younger. You were older than me but I remember watching you as a kid and always thought you were cool, and you were. You dressed nice, had jewelry on and always had a positive energy. There were always jokes and laughing when you were there. You would always mess with everyone, especially your sisters. Even through dark times in your life you continued to find positives and never gave up. I know you are at peace now and I hope you see what we’re doing down here. We will not stop fighting in your name. Rest in peace Bobby.
Tracy Chongling left a message on April 10, 2024:
When someone you love becomes a memory that memory becomes a treasure. I say that because there are certain things in life we hold on to both good and bad almost like they are treasures that we grasp onto and try to carry forever. There are so many great stories we could share about Bobby and all those stories will live on amongst us but one on the biggest things we can do to celebrate his life is to find ways to see the good in others, understand their stories, lend a hand when we can, and walk in love. Bobby. I can’t begin to imagine the life you walked, not the one you chose or the one that was chosen for you. I will never experience the levels of pain, loneliness, and anger you’ve felt over the years. I won’t only tell stories of your infectious smile but I will tell stories about how much of an impact you’ve made for our lives and the lives of so many others in the wake of your death. I can only wish you get a chance to now see the light that so many others saw in you. You were loved by many and your name will not become lost in this world. Those we love don’t go away. They walk amongst us everyday. Unseen, unheard but always near. Still loved, still missed and forever dear. Rest Easy.
Colin Keith left a message on April 10, 2024:
Uncle, I wish I could have seen you one last time, but I am eternally grateful for the time we did spend together. I know you will never read these words, but I hope you know that you left such an impact on me, especially as a young kid. You treated me like the younger brother you never got, and I looked up to you like the big brother I never had. From playing baseball to choreographing lightsaber duels in the back field (nerdy, I know), we always had a blast together. Even to this day, some of my best stories start with "So my Uncle Bob..." I know at times life was hard, but you always faced it with a smile on your face and a witty comment to lighten the situation. I miss you Unc', and my heart aches every day, but I know that you are at peace and the struggle is over. I look forward to the day when we meet again and I can hear the classic "YO NEPHEW!!" from you.
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Elizabeth Gamagami left a message on April 10, 2024:
A beautiful boy with a gentle soul. We don’t fully know each other’s inner struggles or challenges, but we are called upon by God to be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you. Rest In Peace Bobby Steele.
Mike Canning left a message on April 6, 2024:
I only was fortunate enough to meet Bobby for only a few brief days before we lost him. In the year that followed, so many of his friends and family have come forward with stories and their strong affection for him. His generosity, even in times when he had little to offer, has been a recurring theme. I wish I could have gotten to know you better.
Robert Lanczkowski left a message on April 3, 2024:
Rest in peace Bobby. You were much loved your Uncle Bob
Virginia Lanczkowski left a message on April 3, 2024:
Bobby was my nephew, although I didn’t know him as well has I should have I have found out so much about him in the past year that the pain of our estrangement is deep. What I do know is that Bobby loved baseball, he had an infectious smile, good heart, and would do anything for his friends. Bobby loved animals which is additional evidence of his kindness towards all living things. Bobby is resting with his father, sister, and extended family. I know he is looking down on his sister, Kelly, and will give her the strength to better understand the circumstances surrounding him leaving his earthly body. May Bobby’s light continue to shine from above and his kindness towards all living things guide us in our daily lives. I know Bobby is now resting but his light will shine brightly to help fix a broken system and make this world a better place for all people. His legacy will be to make sure all missing persons and their families going forward will receive the help from law enforcement they need to Reconnect#BobbySteeleMatters
Kelly Canning left a message on April 3, 2024:
There are times in life that things happen, and in that moment, it is almost impossible to understand the everlasting impact that that moment will have. The 3 days you spent with me before you were taken from this life were the best times I have ever spent with you, and Bobby, I am forever thankful for that time. I wish you could have known the impact you made on so many people and how much you are truly missed by so many. You were truly one of a kind Bobby Steele. Rest easy baby brother.
Lori Dougherty left a message on March 27, 2024:
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Shannon left a message on March 27, 2024:
So sorry for your loss may God be with you
Carrie Butler left a message on March 26, 2024:
Sending prayers to the family. May you Rest In Peace 🙏💙🙏💙🙏
Eric Porter left a message on March 26, 2024:
RIP to one of my closest friends. I hope I see you on the other side brother!
Carie Hyland left a message on March 26, 2024:
You were a great friend and person Bobby... I'm going to miss our talks everyday... Love ya
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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