Guest Book for Robert Richard Gunn, Jr

Provided by McCommons Funeral Home

Posted by: Elaine Cantrell
Fri October 19, 2012
Bobby, Donna, and Ben, You all are in our thoughts and prayers. We are sorry for your loss. Terry & Elaine Cantrell
 

 
Posted by: Wanda McCannon
Sat October 20, 2012
I am so sorry to hear about Robert. I pray that God will be with each of you during this time.
 

 
Posted by: Paige Hubbard
Sat October 20, 2012
I am so sorry to hear of Roberts passing. I so deeply sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I will always have a special place in my heart for Robert. I will cherish the memories that I shared with Robert as he sung, "Blue suede shoes and hound dog" by Elvis in his own special way. With deepest sympathy, Paige Hubbard
 

 
Posted by: Laura Jeanne Stewart
Sat October 20, 2012
May you find peace and love in the memories you cherish.
 

 
Posted by: Bob Rainwater
Sat October 20, 2012
Good, good fellow. My sympathy to the family.
 

 
Posted by: Kenneth Devin Ray
Sun October 21, 2012
10-21-12 I'm sitting here today at my kitchen table in South Alabama. When I read about Robert a little while ago (yes, on facebook), I walked upstairs to my office/mancave. Hanging on my wall, I still have a little ceramic monster head that Robert made in 1975 in Miss Dubie's art class. I had thought it was cool, and Robert just said, "keep it." I first met Robert in 1970 in Union Point in the 7th grade. Robert had soft bones in his youth and, at that time, was in leg braces and a wheel chair, and therefore usually chose to sit inside the classroom during recesses. I had always liked to draw and had thought that I had talent . . . until one day, I noticed Robert doodling on notebook paper. I was amazed. He could take a few swiftly drawn lines and make the prettiest girl faces with pouty lips and perfect noses . . . . and the monster faces he drew were soooo cool and bizarre, like creatures right out of the Twilight Zone. I was so impressed with his art and imagination, that I would skip recesses and sit inside with him and draw (truthfully, I was taking lessons). Robert had a good sense of humor, and we became good buds. In high school, Robert was one of our circle of teenage clowns. We had fun adventures, and everybody liked Robert. He was a good guy. I remember him and I miss him. - Kenneth Ray
 

 
Posted by: Smith Oliver
Sun October 21, 2012
Although I never knew this gentlemen, his Mother was my 4th Grade teacher and brother Bobby Brook a great hunting buddy back in Greene County. My sympathy to the entire family.
 

 
Posted by: Lynn Bryan Kitchens
Mon October 22, 2012
Many fond memories of Robert. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.