Robert Schlomann

Robert Schlomann Age 38, passed away of natural causes Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012, at his home in Santa Fe. Funeral Services were held in his hometown of Northfield, MN Friday, Oct. 19, 2012, at Bierman Funeral Home and the celebration of his life was held on Sunday, Oct. 21, 12-3 p.m. at the original Second Street brewery, Robert Harry Schlomann was born Feb. 18, 1974, in Northfield. He was the son of Juliane Lynda Schlomann. he attended school in Northfield and graduated from Northfield Senior High School in 1992. At a young age he began taking guitar lessons and classes in karate which became his lifelong passions. Following high school, he moved to California where he continued with karate and became a seventh degree black belt. He spent summers in Alaska working on a commercial salmon fishing boat out of Fairbanks. In 1997, he moved to Santa Fe and began working at the Second Street Brewery as a bartender and waiter. he taught martial arts out of his studio. Music was important part of his life. He played the drums, guitar, organ, harmonica, piccolo and recorded the music he wrote. he recently purchased land outside of Santa Fe with his friend Roland VanLoon. he was in the process of building a new home on this site. Bob Schlomann is survived by his mother Julie Schlomann; his cousins, Lynda (Mark) Johnson, Curt Dougherty, Craig Dougherty and Amy Dougherty and his many friends and regulars at Second Street Brewery.