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Bobby E. Planitzer, II

  • On September 6, 2023

Bobby E. Planitzer, II, 43 of Castle Shannon, PA, passed away on Monday, September 4, 2023. He was born in Pittsburgh on May 16, 1980, and is the beloved son of Robert and Michele Planitzer; loving brother of Kristin (Calvin) Snee; uncle of Bryce and Emersyn; grandson of Mary Louise (the late Charles) Heisler and the late Robert and Lois Planitzer. He is also survived by lots of aunts, uncles, and cousins. Bobby was an avid lover of animals and we can imagine the joy he felt when he was reunited with his dog, Isis, that preceded him in death. “If love could have saved him, he would still be with us.” Memorial contributions in Bobby’s name may be made to Prevention Point Pittsburgh, 5913 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15206. https://www.pppgh.org. Private arrangements were entrusted to Pittsburgh Cremation & Funeral Care, McMurray, PA.

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christine brody
My dear sister and family we are so sorry for your loss. Bobby was a kind and loving man. He has always had a special place in my heart. I am so heart broken that he has left us. I have so many fond memories of him and all the funny things he would do and say. Words can never express the way we feel about his passing. He will be missed so much. I love you all, please try to stay strong. He is now with our sweet Michelle and all that have gone before him. May he rest in peace.
Erin (Kelly) Bertram
Bobby, my heart is breaking. I will miss our random talks!! My condolences to the whole Planitzer family.
Lisa Wasick
My dear Planitzer family Michele, Robert, Kristin, husband Calvin, ( Bryce and Emerson) and all family and friends. I am very sorry about the loss of Bobby. It’s been about 23 years since I’ve seen him. But I always thought about you all. I’m extremely thinking about you all in this time of need. Love you all. Soar high Bobby.
Paul Brody
Bobby, you may have left this world, but your spirit lives on in every single one of us. Thank you for the unforgettable memories that we shared. Aunt Christine, Jennifer, P.J., Dana and I will treasure them forever. Rest in peace.
Lewis Edwards
Sad to hear of Bobby's passing He was the age of my nephew that was neighborhood friends and hung out with each other growing up. That's how I knew him. Our prayers are with you