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Robert Lee "Bob" Mott

March 11, 1923 - February 20, 2016

Robert “Bob” L. Mott passed away at 92 surrounded by his family. Bob was hardworking and accomplished. He served in the Army in WWII. After the war he married the love of his life, Dorothy and remained a devoted husband for 67 years until her passing. Starting in Memphis TN, as an electrician, Bob moved on to build many top quality custom homes. In this phase Bob also became a private pilot. Relocating to Norfolk, Bob built the first 5 Holiday Inns in Norfolk and Va. Beach – the last one built was on the ocean front. Later, Bob moved to SW Florida and continued building outstanding homes and condos. With dedication, Bob shared his business sense and skills and always gave generously to many relatives and friends.

Bob is survived by 3 daughter, Elaine Sullivan, Glenda Haggerty (Bill) and Lee Davis (Boush); brother, Milton Mott; sister, Katherine Randell; grandchildren, Carey Sullivan, Bridgette and Austin Haggerty, Robbie, Leeann and Dorothy Davis; and great-grandchildren, Sloan and Carson Sullivan. Also left are extended family Harvey and Vicki Williams and children, Nichole, Erica and Harvey Jr.

The family will greet friends and celebrate the life of Bob at the home of Bob Mott, 505 Chesopeian Tr. Va. Beach, VA 23452, on Thursday Feb 25, from 5 – 7pm. In lieu of flowers please make donations to Our Lady of Perpetual Help, 4560 Princess Anne Rd. Va. Beach, VA 23462. Please visit to offer a note of condolence to the family.


Service Information

Service Information

Date: Thursday, February 25, 2016

Time: 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Celebration of life will be at Bob’s residence. 505 Chesopiean Trl. Virginia Beach, VA 23452.

Altmeyer Funeral Home – Maestas Chapel assisted the family with the arrangements.

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