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George Robert Menas II

July 31, 1971 — June 27, 2024

Woodruff, SC

George Robert Menas II, affectionately known as Bob to his friends and family, passed away peacefully on June 27, 2024, in Woodruff, South Carolina, at the age of 52. Born on July 31, 1971, in Fairmont, West Virginia, Bob was a man whose life was characterized by his faith-filled spirit, selfless nature, and boundless creativity.

Bob proudly served his country as a member of the United States Marine Corps, a period of his life that instilled in him a sense of discipline and camaraderie that he carried throughout his days. After his military service, he applied the same dedication and precision to his work as an electrician and home remodeler. Bob's skilled hands and keen eye for detail brought warmth and light into the homes and hearts of many.

A true family man, Bob's greatest joy was spending time with his beloved wife, Cynthia Menas, and their children, Darren Ballard, Kyle Ballard, Andrew Menas, and Alyssa Menas. His love for his family extended to his cherished grandchildren, Drayton, Caylee, Harlee, Korbin, Ava, Avangeline Integra, and Abram, whose lives he enriched with his warmth and wisdom. Bob also shared a special bond with his siblings, Jeff, Joe, Timmy, Melissa, and Weslea, as well as his mother, Joann Grebouski. His lifelong friend, Bob Moore, along with many nieces and nephews, will fondly remember the laughter and joy Bob brought into their lives.

Bob's enthusiasm for life was contagious. He was a devoted fan of the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Pittsburgh Steelers, cheering them on with the same passion he devoted to every aspect of his life. His love for praising the Lord was evident to all who knew him, as he lived his faith daily and inspired others to find joy and purpose in their own spiritual journeys.

Golfing was more than a pastime for Bob; it was an expression of his love for the outdoors and the camaraderie found amongst friends on the green. His creative spirit shone brightly through his hobby of building rockets, a testament to his ability to craft beauty and excitement from the simplest of materials. He not only loved all music, but he played the guitar and drums as well.

Bob Menas will be remembered as a man whose life was a testament to the values he held dear. His selfless nature made him a pillar of strength to his family and friends, and his creative soul left a lasting impression on all who were fortunate enough to witness his talents. His faith guided him through life and now offers comfort to those he leaves behind, knowing that he is at peace.

As we bid farewell to a man of such integrity and love, we celebrate the legacy Bob leaves behind—a legacy of kindness, generosity, and a life lived in service to others. His memory will continue to inspire and guide us, just as the light he brought into the world will never fade. George Robert Menas II lived a life that was truly well-lived, and he will be deeply missed by all who knew him. 

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