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Robert B. Meiers

Meiers Robert

Robert B. Meiers, age 75 of Buckeye, AZ died November 9, 2018, at his home in Buckeye.  He was born August 29, 1943, in Pittsfield, MA  to John H. and Doris T. Keiper Meiers.  In 1961 he graduated from high school in Dalton, MA and joined the US Navy.  He served for 6 years as a Radio Man on the USS Newport News and spent 18 months at a communication station in Londonderry, Ireland.  After discharge, Robert obtained a degree through a GE drafting course.  He worked as a Senior Design Draftsman at General Electric in Pittsfield, MA until he retired at 55 years.

Robert is survived by his wife, Maureen Austin Meiers; sons, Robert B. Meiers, Jr., and Jeremy D. Meiers; sisters, Theresa Conner, Linda Ferris, Donna Moore, Debbie Little, and Kathy Hunter; and three grandchildren, Hannah Lynn Meiers, Trent Jacob Meiers, and Troy Ethan Meiers.  A memorial service will be held in June 2019 at Dery Funeral Home, 809 Main Street, Dalton, MA.  The family suggests that donations be made to St. Jude Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN.

4 Comments on “Robert B. Meiers

  1. Richard and I were so sorry to hear of Bobs passing. He was such a kind person. As a neighbor for 10 years Bob was always willing to give us a hand whenever we needed him to help out. We feel blessed to have known him and the good times we shared together. He will be truly missed by us and many others.
    My family also sends their condolences out to Maureen and family. Colton always appreciated Bob lending him the golf cart and of course the use of the pool. You guys were the best neighbors I ever had. I really miss living there because of your friendship but thankful we’ve stayed in touch.

    Maureen and family will be in our thoughts and prayers.
    Linda and Richard

  2. Maureen, Just read about Bob in the paper. Sending thoughts and prayers to you and the boys.

  3. Dear Maureen, I was so sorry to read of your recent loss. It’s been many years since we’ve worked together on Pedi. Those were the good ole days right!
    May you and your family find peace and comfort in the days and weeks to come.

    Mary Hayes

  4. Bob you will be missed by all who loved and knew you. You were a great friend and neighbor. We had lots of good times together here at Sundance. Wing night.. $5 Burger night.. dances .. concerts … We will think of you often and miss you always. Deepest Sympathy to Maureen, your Sons,Grandkids and all grieving family and friends.
    Pam& Paul

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