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41590 Fenwick Street
P.O. Box 270
Leonardtown, MD 20650
Phone: (301) 475-8500
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Robert Redman

Robert Allen Redman

Tuesday, January 8th, 1952 - Sunday, April 25th, 2021
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Robert Allen Redman, 69, of Callaway, Md., died April 25, 2021, at his residence. Born January 8, 1952, he was the son of the late George William Redman Sr. and Garnett Cecilia Combs Redman.
He is survived by his siblings, George William Redman Jr., Prosperity, S.C., Thomas “David” Redman, Marion, S.C., Joan Bernadette Tippett, Lexington Park, Md., Mary Cecilia Redman, Callaway, Md., Carole Ann Redman, Rehoboth Beach, Del.
He was preceded in death by his brother, Richard Patrick “Dick” Redman, Tucson, Ar., on November 2, 2020.
He is also survived by his nieces and nephews, Kathy Redman Cordes, George William Redman III, Kathleen M. Tippett, David A. Tippett, Nancy T. Morris, Melissa Henderson-Catlett, David Benjamin Redman, Karen Lovelace Tofte and Grant William Lovelace.

Robert was fun, kind, smart, hardworking, yet remained humble. He was a devoted and caring son to his mother especially in her senior years.

He loved gardening and farming, going to flea markets, visiting and helping family and others. He had a love for all animals. He once nurtured baby opossums, whose mother was hit by a car, releasing them when ready to the wild.

He worked for St. Mary’s County Schools, as a building service worker. After 38 years of service, he retired from his last assignment at Town Creek Elementary, where the staff knew him as “Bob”. He treated his co-workers like family, with his kindness and humor.

Funeral services will be at Mattingley Gardiner Funeral Home, Leonardtown. Md., Friday, April 30, 2021, Visitation will be 10:00-11:00a.m., Prayer service at 11:00 a.m. with Deacon Ammon Ripple officiating, followed by burial at Holy Face Catholic Church Cemetery, Great Mills, Md.

Pallbearers will be David A. Tippett, Benny Redman, Dylan Henderson, Carole Ann Redman, Diane Schwartz and Charles L. Henderson.

In lieu of flowers donation may be made to the Second District Volunteer Fire and Rescue Squad, 45245 Drayden Rd., Valley Lee, Md. 20692.
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  • Visitation

    Friday, April 30th, 2021 | 10:00am - 11:00am
    Friday, April 30th, 2021 10:00am - 11:00am
    Mattingley-Gardiner Funeral Home
    41590 Fenwick Street
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  • Service

    Friday, April 30th, 2021 | 11:00am
    Friday, April 30th, 2021 11:00am
    Mattingley-Gardiner Funeral Home
    41590 Fenwick Street
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    Deacon Ammon Ripple
  • Interment

    Holy Face Catholic Cemetery
    20408 Point Lookout Road
    GREAT MILLS, MD 20634
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Carol Lowmiller

Posted at 02:21pm
Robert would cut tobacco for my Dad every summer. I will never forget Robert chasing me with tobacco worms when I was a kid. Than as I got older, he would give me chocolate cover gummy worms with a note "don't forget about the Tobacco worms!!" He was a great guy.

Kathleen M. Tippett

Posted at 10:50am
Sure will miss this guy, our beloved Uncle Robert ❤️He taught me how to ride a bike, drive a stick shift, canoe, ice skate on a pond, camp, change a tire, fix my own car, drive a tractor, build tobacco stick houses, introduced me to the piano and so much more. He made the best scavenger hunts. Best of all he was one of the few men in my life that I always knew I could count on no matter what. He rescued me many times. He gave me my first car and built me another one (which he made me pay for) after I totaled the first one. He was fun and funny, giving, creative and had a huge love of animals and gardening. He was hard working, kind, gentle and warm hearted to everyone. He always had a good joke and never forgot a birthday. He was the best uncle ever.

He will forever be loved and missed.

Diane Schwarz

Posted at 10:06am
Carole, David, Joan, Billy, Mary and Robert's nieces and nephews - when I think of Robert I am reminded of the saying " a life well-lived in a precious gift". Knowing Robert was, indeed, a gift, but being able to call him a friend was a special honor. His obituary accurately captures and reflects the essence of who he was....kind, smart, hard working and humble. He was the kind of guy who always had a silly cartoon and a ready smile, and he offered both up without hesitation or pause. I have many, many fond memories of spending time with Robert, and I'd like to share a few of those memories with you here......great memories of going to flea markets and lugging away HUGE heads of cabbage (which he picked up for favorite teachers); kayaking down many a stream or river (and for the most part, staying inside the kayak); and enjoying a sunny, crisp fall afternoon splitting wood with him. But undoubtedly, my all time favorite memory was joining Robert and Carole on a hike up "Old Rag" mountain in Virginia. Robert's indomitable spirit shone through as he climbed and trekked, scurried and scrambled, up the side of the mountain the same way he lived his life - taking time to enjoy the view along the way, offering encouragement and assistance to others on the path, and always moving forward, despite the difficulties or obstacles. And when we had finally ascended to the top of the mountain we enjoyed the shared sense of accomplishment and took in the awe inspiring view for a few minutes before Robert reminded us that we STILL had to make our way back down! Robert's love of all animals is no secret, and he always enjoyed showing me the opossums, vultures, goats, ducks, chickens and other animals that he cared for so lovingly at his place. And although Robert was "top dog" of his "pack", his constant companions - Mitt and Simon - were always by his side as he was their person! Robert has left us far too soon, but may you find comfort in having had a brother who was so special. His spirit will live on, and he will NOT forgotten, because we will continue to say his name......
Thinking of you with deep sympathy and a heavy heart - Diane Schwarz

Kathleen M. Tippett Posted at 10:51am

Thank you for this beautiful tribute and for the honor of being a pallbearer !

Elaine Rose

Posted at 07:42pm
Robert and I shared a mutual love of dogs as well as all animals. He would take his dog(s) everywhere. I remember him taking me, my brother and Katie for the Bay Bridge walk. He took us on many hikes including Calvert Cliffs. He would drop by the fairgrounds when I was in horse shows. So many great memories. He was such a wonderful, fun-loving cousin that is greatly missed.

Kathleen M. Tippett Posted at 10:51am

I remember the Bay Bridge walk !

Jean Morgan

Posted at 02:27pm
My Dear Bob, the most kind, sweetest, funny, generous man I have ever had the honor of knowing. He brought smiles to my face at work every day rather his handwritten jokes on my desk, flowers he picked himself to my favorite candy. He was such a hard working man but found time to bring a ray of sunshine into everyone’s life. My favorite memory was Mrs. George 3rd grade class was growing flowers from seeds in her classroom, from the seeds he ran a vine from her class to my office and on the top of my computer was a beautiful spray of flowers, it touched my heart so. I will miss this man more than anyone will ever know. I know there is a special place in heaven for this kind sole who spread nothing but happiness. Love you Dearly Bob. Your broken hearted friend, Jean🙏💔🙏💔

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