Robert C. Eckers Jr.

Saint Louis Park, Minnesota

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I am very blessed to have worked with Bob. I will miss our daily phone calls and his zest for life. To Virginia- I am sorry for your loss. He will not be forgotten.

Condolences to the entire family.I have fond memories helping Bob with his projects and trading jokes.Facing challenging health himself, he was always concerned how my dad was.The neighborhood won't be the same.A generous man - and thank you again for your service.

To Cherie, Faye & Scott, I am so sorry for the loss of your dad. He was a great man with his many jokes, stories, working in his gardens with his roses,and all the things that he built for you guys and the grandkids. He was a fun neighbor to grow up with and a good friend. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your families. He will be greatly missed!!

To Cherie and the rest of the Eckers Family, sorry to hear about your loss. The Wessins - Dave, Jim, George & Sue

May memories provide comfort as time provides healing for the loss of your loved one.

I want to send my deepest sympathy to Scott and the Eckers Family for the loss of their loved one. Bob was a great/fun guy and will be missed by many.

So sad to hear about Mr. Eckers. He was such one of my most favorite patients here at his doctors office. He loved to talk to me about my dear little Henry and always would ask me how Hardware Hank was doing. He always made my day. Virginia, you and your whole family are being thought of today as you remember what a great man Bob was. He will truly be missed.
~Amy (Nurse of Dr.Lowins at Park Nicollet clinic)

Robyn, Ross and Garrett:
Our deepest sympathies to you all. While we did not know Bob very well, we know what a remarkable daughter he raised. His spirit and kindness live on in your family. We are here if you need anything

Sad to hear such a good guy passed. I was Robert's mailman for the past 3 1/2 years, and always enjoyed spending a few minutes talking to him when he was out working on his fountain (which he had great pride in) or hanging out in the garage. He always ended our conversations with "don't work too hard" with a big smile on his face. I chuckled every time I heard that and replied "never do." He will greatly be missed.


Robert's Obituary

Robert Eckers passed away in Saint Louis Park, Minnesota. Funeral Home Services for Robert are being provided by Gearty-Delmore Funeral Chapels. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on November 10, 2012.