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Robert Donald Andrew Bible Jr.
May 26, 1942 ~ October 5, 2023 (age 81) 81 Years Old
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Mr. Robert Donald Andrew Bible Jr. was born on May 26, 1942, the son of Robert Bible Sr., and Cloradean Banks Tyler, in Indianapolis, IN.
Robert received his elementary and high school education in the Indianapolis Public School System, attending schools #24, #4, and in 1959 graduated from Crispus Attucks, where he explored his love for journalism.
Robert retired from the United States Postal Service, and to keep busy, he worked as a security guard at Pinkerton (Securitas) Security.
He was a member of Mt. Bethel Apostolic Faith Church where he was baptized in the name of Jesus and filled with the Holy Ghost, under the leadership of Bishop James Townsend. Robert was a faithful servant. He found great joy in being a blessing to others. Before his health began to fail, Bible enjoyed assisting with Mt. Bethel’s Family Day, reaching out to the sick, and making countless calls of encouragement. All of us that knew him, heard him say, “God loves you, and so do I”.
Robert was a family man, he loved them whole heartedly. He was preceded in death by both his parents; sons: Sean Allen Bible and Duane Miller; daughter: Kelli Ann (Bible) Pullins; brothers: Charles and Dewayne; sisters: Deborah and Diana. He leaves behind his wife: Martha Bible; children: Brian Anderson and Daria Younge; bonus children: Teresa, Ragena, Shawna; siblings: Brenda (Lester) William, Gregory Bible, James White, and Cloteal Stone-Day; grandchildren and great grandchildren; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and loving lifelong friends.