Robert Kostal

Robert E. Kostal

Thursday, July 8th, 1954 - Tuesday, October 15th, 2019
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Robert E. Kostal, age 65, devoted son of the late George and Rosemary Kostal. Loving father of Eric (Brandi) Kostal and Michele Kostal. Cherished grandfather of Ellie and Livie; Tony and Ash. Dear brother of James Kostal, Susan (Leonard) Skoniecke and the late William (Dawn) Kostal and the late Thomas Kostal. Fond uncle of many nieces and nephews.

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Posted at 09:51pm
When I talk about growing up with my brothers, inevitably I share the ways they teased me- being ditched running along the path to the neighbors in Michigan, being shut in the front closet and then having hands reaching through the mail slot (it was only a few seconds really!). That kind of stuff sounds horrible, and it would have been if I hadn’t known deep in my soul I was truly loved, and yes, spoiled. For every instance of teasing, there were two of kindness. Bob and Bill teaching me to ride a two-wheeler when Mom and Dad took Jim away to college, our trip to Mackinac Island, Bob taking me to Wieboldt’s at Christmas, Bob gluing the snack table that my friends and I broke throwing something around we knew we shouldn’t have. As adults, Bob and I had our “moments”. He could be stubborn (oh, those Kostal genes) and I can be bossy. But underneath it all there was always love. Bob was trusting, kind, generous and understanding. Those are pretty special qualities in any person and especially a brother.

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