Robert-Bergstresser, Sr.-Obituary

Robert Arthur Bergstresser, Sr.

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Though many years ago, I fondly remember the visit I made to Florida where Bob, Pat and Melanie hosted a wonderful reunion dinner for the many Bergstresser relatives. My condolences to the family.

I was very sorry to hear of Uncle Bob's passing. Know that our thoughts are with the family and that we wish them comfort in the days ahead.

I worked with Bob from 1988-2000. Condolences to Pat, Melanie and family.

I had the pleasure of working with Bob at Bergstresser Shell more than 20 years ago. It was one of the best jobs I ever had and Bob, Pat and Melanie truly made me feel part of their family. My heart goes out to them at this time. Bob was such a good, honest, hard working man that I always respected

I am so sorry to hear about your father's passing. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers through this difficult time. All our love Joanna (Clabaugh) and David Schroeder

I am so sorry for your loss. I am praying for you, Cody, and your family

Melanie: Unfortunately I did not have the opportunity to know your Dad. I do know you however and he raised a very lovely woman who means the world to me. I am sorry for your loss. God Bless!!

Anita Tillis

We are so thankful that we had the chance to see Bob in April while he was physically doing well and we choose to remember his cheerful smile and happy demeanor despite his battle with Alzheimer's. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and we hope that the many happy memories of times shared with Bob will provide some measure of comfort during this difficult time.
Art and Judie Bergstresser

Thanks to Bob I had my first job as a mechanic. Being both rotary wing mechanics, we had plenty to talk about. I worked at the Shell station until it closed under a different name. Good memories, and good times. Thank you Bob!

My condolences to all his family.


Robert's Obituary

Robert (Bob) Arthur Bergstresser, Sr., 82, born February 23, 1931, Cleveland, Ohio, passed away peacefully after a long battle with Alzheimer?s on June 19, 2013, Winter Park, Florida. He was a US Air Force veteran of the Korean War. As a helicopter mechanic he was assigned to the 3rd Air Rescue...

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