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Robert P. Inlow, M.D.

Connie Shuppert - February 28, 2021
So sorry to hear the passing of Dr. Inlow. Our thoughts and prayers for you and your family.

Debbie Kuhn - February 26, 2021
Letting you know your family is in my prayers. I worked for Dr Bob beginning in 1976 at Inlow clinic and for several years following. Always had great respect for him and will always remember those good old days.

Richard, Nancy, Scott & Kelly Doyle - February 24, 2021
We were lucky to spend time with Bob and Bobby during their time in Redondo Beach. Bob always was so interested in what everyone was doing and was so proud of the sports achievements of his grandsons, Kevin and Connor. We were lucky to attend several holiday festivities at Dan and Laura's house and Bob always had a big twinkle in his eye and a good story to tell. We will miss him but fondly remember many great conversations with him.

Lani (Kipfer) Wallace - February 23, 2021
Dear Inlow Family... I am so sorry to read of Dr. Inlow’s passing. My father worked at the Clinic as administrator, for many years. He highly respected and enjoyed the friendship of Dr. Inlow. Please accept my sympathy. Sincerely, Lani Kipfer Wallace

RICHARD & GINNY NIGH - February 23, 2021
We were sorry to hear of Dr Bob's passing. I have many fond memories working with him at Inlow Clinic. Even though he was an IU person, he respected my Purdue nursing degree & knowledge. Love and sympathy to all the family. He loved telling us about you.

Jim and Barb Marshall - February 23, 2021
So sorry to learn of the passing of Bob. He made such a positive impact on Shelbyville. We send our sincerest condolences to all the Inlow family from all in the Marshall family.

Billy g Lambert - February 22, 2021
My condolences on the loss of Dr.Bob I enjoyed the time I spent taking care of him and your family will be in our prayers

Linda Gaudin - February 22, 2021
I’m sorry I could not come to Dr. Bob’s memorial, but I did watch it online. Thank you for sharing my heartfelt and sincere stories, he was truly a wonderful person. His passion was medicine, and he loved teaching, but none of that compared with his love for his family! My sympathies to you all. Linda Gaudin

Cindy Cerezo Inlow - February 22, 2021
Uncle Bob may have left out sight, but he shall never be forgotten. My thoughts are with you during this difficult time.

Ralph and Mary Eckerlin - February 22, 2021
The Inlow family has lost a beloved husband, father, and grandfather. We send our fond remembrance of Bob and our condolences.

GLORIA Cerezo Inlow - February 22, 2021
So sorry for the loss of s wonderful man.he was there for our family . Glad to have able to meet him in personnel to listen to his stories with my grandfather. Send a hug yo all the family Inlow

Gloria P. Inlow - February 22, 2021
A time to remember and NEVER forget, uncle Bob. A great Doctor to many. For me, he was my family. Always caring and interested in me. I love you uncle Bob and I am sure, you are with your brothers Bill and jim (daddy). You will always be in my heart. Gloria

Bill and Judy Inlow - February 21, 2021
How many lives did Uncle Bob save during his long years as a surgeon? He was so intelligent, so kind, and so much fun. We have lost one of our best. Our hearts go out to Aunt Bobbie, her children, and grandchildren. He will be missed so very much.

Teresa Landwerlen Larson - February 20, 2021
I am so sorry for your loss. Dr. Bob was a great man. I worked with him for many years at major hospital. He always tried to teach new things. May he rest in peace

Zoe Ernstes - February 20, 2021
I remember Dr. Bob from all the yrs we worked at Major Hospital. He wanted his patients to have the best possible care. Not only did I work with him as a nurse, I was also his patient. He was a wonderful person, so gifted, and always smiling. I will always be grateful that I knew him.My deepest sympathy to Bobbie and family. Love Zoe Ernstes

Laura E Inlow - February 20, 2021
Will really miss this guy, especially at the holidays. Will always remember him as the first one to the festivities and wanting to be the last one to leave, getting as many hugs as possible in the interim. XOXO


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