Robert E Floyd, born March 12, 1914, in Mobile, Alabama, died April 10, 2008. Survived by his loving wife of 41 years, Anna; daughters, Sheron (Terry) Groselose and Connie (Bob) Davis; sons, Mitchell (Beth) Kelloff Jr., Edward (Kathy) Kelloff and Phillip (Alison) Kelloff; grandchildren, Cameron (Beth) Werker, Neva, Nick, Annalise, Graham, Zachary and Sarah Kelloff; brother, William Floyd; nephews, Robert (Annette) Floyd and John (Sunny) Floyd; nieces, Billie (Jack) Cauley and Pam McCauley.Robert grew up in Louisiana and left at an early age to join the Army Air Corps in 1931. Prior to World War II, was stationed at a variety of posts in the US and the BWI. During WWII, he served in the American Theater and in Europe with the 36th Fighter Pursuit Group. During the war he was awarded the Soldiers Medal for heroism. After the war he continued to serve in the Army Air Corps and transferred to the Air Force when it was created. He rose to the rank of Chief Warrant Officer prior to his retirement in 1958. In addition to the Soldiers Medal, he was awarded the Bronze Star, Army Commendation Medal, Air Force Combat Readiness, Good Conduct Medal, European Theater of Operations with seven Stars, American Defense with one Star, Army of Occupation, National Defense Service Medal, American Offensive, American Theater, Presidential Unit Citation and the Belgian Fourre de Guerre. Following his military retirement, he earned a Master Degree from the University of Colorado. He began a second career with the Colorado Division of Rehabilitation. He served as Director of Workmen Compensation/Rehabilitation program. Robert was a man of honor, highly respected by all who knew him. His five children have met the standards he set – they are as proud of him as he was of them. His life was long and well lived. Trisagion Service, 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Funeral, 10 a.m. Wednesday at Saint John Hellenic Orthodox Church, 1010 Spruce St. Military Honors by High Frontier Honor Guard of Peterson Air Force Base and interment will follow at Roselawn Cemetery. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to Soldiers Angels or St. John Orthodox Church, through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, Colo. 81003 Online condolences, MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. Digging out of snow in Westcliffe, Thanksgivings together, ski trips together, cribbage playing. All happy memories.

  2. Dear Aunt Anna and family: Our thoughts, prayers and condolences are with you. We will miss Uncle Bob dearly. We send all our love to you!

    -the SF Floyds (Erik, Claudia, Noelle, Collin, Jamie)

  3. A note of gratitude to all friends, acquaintances and family members that have supported my mother and our family in our time of grief. Your words, thoughts and prayers have provided us great comfort.

    Thank you.

    Phillip, one of the twins

  4. Dear Aunt Anna and Family,

    We were saddened to hear of Uncle Bob’s passing, but are thankful for the many happy memories we have of your visits to California. Our love and prayers are with you.

  5. Anna, My deepest condolences to you and your family with your loss. I remember when we worked together. God Bless you all.
    Love, Joetta

  6. Dear Aunt Anna and Family,

    We will always remember Uncle Bob as stoic, warm hearted and amusing. Though we are saddened, we can celebrate his LIFE and acceptance to our Lord’s Mansion!

    Sincerely,

  7. DEAR ANN AND FAMILY, WANTED TO OFFER OUR SYMPATHY TO ALL OF YOU. GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU. BOB WAS A REAL GENTLEMAN.

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