August 5, 1938 ~ August 8, 2022

Born in: Newark, NJ
Resided in: Navasota, TX

Robert A. Schmidt, 84, of Navasota, passed away on Saturday, August 8, 2022, at his home.

Robert was the proud son of the late Claire Hundt and Andrew M. Schmidt.  Bob Schmidt, the name Robert preferred.  Bob was a loving husband and soulmate to Ervin McLellan for more than 39 years.  He was a very compassionate person toward his fellow man and fought to end the cruelty towards animals, and had an unwavering commitment to do all  he could to preserve elephants on our planet.  Bob fought diligently to help correct the cleft lips of children.  He was always upbeat, full of life and had an infectious smile as witnessed by everyone who met him.

He is survived by his husband Ervin McLellan, and closest relatives William Hundt and Mary Jean Hundt, and a host of loyal friends.

Cremation services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers, Bryan-College Station.

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  1. Earl Mallett

    Bob was one of the first people I met in Los Angeles. He and Ervin welcomed me with open arms and a love I could never express. The love and kindness he gave to others will forever be cherished. He is a perfect example of loving and care. Forever in my heart as well as many others. Bob will truly be missed and I aspire to be like him and Mac. I love you and I am honored.

  2. Dear Mr. Erwin McLellan,

    We are so sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts and prayers, may all the special memories you hold dear, bring comfort and peace now and in the days ahead.

    Sincerely,
    Bluebonnet Health(Hospice) Team

  3. Bob was the greatest Cousin ever. He was the Best Man at my wedding and a Man you could always count on. Mac, Mary Jean and I can’t thank you enough for being Bob’s soul mate
    you’re love for each other was so great.
    You always took such good care of Bob, and we
    Appreciate it so much. We know what you are going through, You are in our prayers. So happy you’re a big part of the family.
    Love, Bill and Mary Jean.
    .

  4. Hello Mac.
    I have been a friend of you and Bob’s for over thirty years and we have had some great times together. I will, and I am sure that you will also miss him very much. He used to give me hell in a fun kind of way. I will never forget him. May he RIP.

  5. Our deepest sympathy to Mac in the passing of Bob. He was a wonderful and thoughtful man. He made me very welcome when on my first holiday in USA and met Bob through a mutual friend in Los Angeles in 1975 and stayed a true friend ever since and it was always great to enjoy his company and also with Mac, a very special friendship. My niece Joy and her husband David met Bob a few times when we holidayed in the USA and had many memorable times and conversations with both Bob and Mac.
    Always wonderful memories of Bob. RIP.

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