Robert Prieskorn
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Prieskorn, Robert Willis, MI Age 96, died February 16, 2021. Son of Robert and Louise (Shotka) Prieskorn, brother of Louis and William. Retired teacher of Lincoln High School, member of Emmanuel Lutheran Church. Visitation at Ochalek-Stark Funeral Home, Milan on Thursday, February 25th from 11:00am.– 2:00pm., graveside service, Alban Cemetery at 3:00pm. www.ochalekstark.

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Published in Ann Arbor News from Feb. 18 to Feb. 21, 2021.
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Alban Cemetery
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February 22, 2021
My condolences to the family of Robert. He touched many a life over his years at Lincoln and after. He was a teacher and role model. Proud to have him as a teacher and family friend. Rest in peace.
Richard Karnatz
February 20, 2021
RIP.....Mr. Prieskorn. You were my high school typing teacher and a very good teacher at that. My condolences to the Prieskorn family.
Ruth Anne Duey
February 19, 2021
Phenomenal individual who taught me to reach for the stars. Condolences and prayers to those who were graced with his presence here on earth.

Mitzi Chenault
Mitzi Chenault
February 19, 2021
Saddened to hear of Mr. Prieskorn's passing. I was thankful to have taken his classes many, many moons ago. He taught me practical skills that I have used all my adult years. He was a blessing to me. May God grant his family strength, peace, and comfort in the days a head. Thank you Robert Prieskorn for being an exceptional teacher.

Sincerely, your former student.
Jade Yunkman Meyer
February 19, 2021
so long dear friend one of my mentors back in high school at Lincoln you will be missed my friend God speed to you and the rest of the Prieskorn family
Thomas Kaas
February 19, 2021
Robert was a phenomenal man. He quietly lived his life always giving to others. He had a gift for teaching, and his students learned lessons that lasted a lifetime. He also had the gift of listening. A treasure in these past years, during a time of constant chatter. He had his faith in God to sustain him during the trials of life, and was a great example of living, in a Christ-like fashion.
He will be missed by so many of us, as I don't remember life without him in it.
My deepest condolences to all of his family.
He was a great man.
Deanna Maleski Remily
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