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Robert Lee Pfister Obituary
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July 17, 2018

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January 19, 2017
Bob was my Dad's (Clarence Fleetwood) barber for many years. All of the Fleetwood boys and men went to him. Dad really looked forward to going to the barber shop to get a haircut, whether he needed it or not. He just loved visiting with Bob and then Dad and Harold would play music.
My brother (Bob Fleetwood) and myself Clarence's daughter) want to express our deepest sympathy to the family.
January 19, 2017
Bob was my older brother. I learned a lot from him. He had a fantastic ability to create things with his hands and a stickler for details and everything had to be accurate to the minute detail. He was a great gentlemen, with great knack and humor in telling stories, and brother and I (we) will miss him. Jim, Myrna & Jeff
January 17, 2017
Bob was my older brother by just 2 years. We were the first 2 of 6 boys. Bob and I did squirrel and rabbit hunting together. He was an excellent riffle shot. He liked old time weapons like muzzle loaders. He was a perfectionist at whatever he sat his mind to do. He hated math when we were teens, but he could build and figure out anything he wanted to. We worked and played hard as kids on the farm. Bob became a fine family man and barber for many years. He had good ethics and was hard working and faithful to his family and religion. I Live in CA. and have not got to spend as much time as I would have liked to with him. I will miss him very much.
Dennis Pfister
January 15, 2017
Bob was my barber for many years, following our move to Springfield in 1977, after I learned there was a barber shop near us that had a working model train in the building. Being not only a professional musician but also a railroad aficionado from childhood, I found we had much in common about which to talk during my visits to his shop, including his showing me the instruments he built -- not to mention his more quirky things, such as Burma Shave signs, etc., etc. And, until he moved out to the country, he was also a resident in our same Midtown neighborhood. And of course he was certainly a fine barber, too! I still miss the little barber shop with the small trains on the inside and big trains on the outside!