Robert S. Witherbee
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Robert S. Witherbee

West Allis - August 20, 2020, age 66. Visitation will be held at Harder Funeral Home on Friday, September 18, 2020 from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM. Masks are required.

Private burial at Valhalla Memorial Park. See Harder Funeral Home website for complete obituary.

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Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Sep. 16, 2020.
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September 24, 2020
truly a great loss of a great man and friend to so many people
steve sirus
September 16, 2020
I'm so sorry and was so sad to hear about Rob. Although we hadn't been in touch for a long time, there was a time when we both lived on Cleveland Ave and frequented Ace High that I saw him several times each week. He was a big brother that I never had back then. I'm sorry that I won't be able to attend the visitation but I smile at all the memories I have of him.
Doreen Kieffer
September 16, 2020
My name is Kevin Parise and I have known Rob since 1978 while working at UPS. We first started talking at a Neil Young concert in Madison and have been the best of friends ever since. What an awesome loyal friend he was! Honest working class guy with a big heart and a joy to be around. Too many great memories to mention. Concerts, boat trips, Ace High, UPS Porter, Cancun, Dominican Republic, Summerfest, State Fair, Bennos.......... He loved his family and his friends! Always asking about your parents when they had health issues. Genuine, compassionate, nothing artificial! He really enjoyed his retirement and he gave me tips for when I begin my own next week. It wont be the same. I haven't been able to see as much of him the last year or two but I know that he cherished his motorcycle trips, RV, Neil Young, the Mummies, Bennos, spending time with Julie and holidays with his brother, niece and nephew in Racine. I never met them but remember seeing pictures that he displayed proudly in his house when the were about 3 years old. Rob had a lot of friends! From a lot of different places and I know that they are all shocked and distraught by his untimely passing. None of this makes sense! and it never will. Lets think of the good times we spent with him, he had a great sense of humor and could make me laugh. Especially when he was around Jerry "The Brain" Miller. I am extremely disappointed that I could not break a work obligation and attend the viewing. You are all in my thoughts and prayers for this tremendous loss. I will listen to "On the beach" and "Tonights the night" in your honor and throw back a salute to the Emperor of Wyoming. Long may you run brother; I love you Man! Kevin Parise - Tulsa OK
Kevin Parise
September 16, 2020
Dear Witherbee Family,

I am so so sorry to hear about Rob. He sure was crazy man. We always had so much fun back in the 80s. May God heal your grief.
Patricia A Navarrette
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