Obit: Borman, Robert Kenneth (1949 - 2018)
Transcriber: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Borman, Coquillette, Ennis, Fitzpatrick, Marth, Meschefske, Peck, Touble, Zeman
----Source: The Star News (Medford, WI) 11/01/2018
Borman, Robert Kenneth “Bob” (22 APR 1949 - 28 OCT 2018)
Robert “Bob” Kenneth Borman, 69, of Medford, passed away on Sunday, October 28, 2018 in his home under the care of his family and Hope Hospice.
A memorial will be held at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church in Holway on Thursday, Nov. 8 at 1 p.m. Visitation will be from 11 a.m. until the time of the service on Thursday. Bob’s remains will have been cremated and will be placed at the Northern Wisconsin Veteran’s Memorial Cemetery near Spooner at a later date.
Bob was born on Aril 22, 1949 in Merrill to Oscar Kenneth Borman and Jean Arlene Borman. He started his journey with the United States Army on July 13, 1969 and was a Vietnam Veteran. Bob’s duties in the Army included being a gunner and driving truck hauling ammunition. He was honorably discharged on March 1, 1971.
Bob married Margaret “Jane” Ennis on July 27, 1973. Over the years, Bob spent time as a farmer, truck driver and as a laborer at the Jennie-O Turkey Store and later as a laborer at Ready fixtures. Bob’s hobbies included word-working and fishing.
Bob is survived by his wife Margaret; son Adam (Andrea) Borman, Medford; two grandchildren, Hank and Kai; siblings Karen (Jan) Touble, Beloit; Bruce Borman, Rib Lake; Jim (Ellen) Borman, Medford; and Linda Borman, Wausau; his aunt and godmother, Betty Meschefske; brothers and sisters-in-law, George (Kathleen) Ennis; Charles (Gail) Ennis; Kate (Jack) Peck; Carol (Jim) Peck; Mona Ennis; Tom Ennis; Jerry Ennis; Sue (Rich) Coquillette; Mary (John) Fitzpatrick, Pat (Peggy) Ennis; John (Cathy) Ennis; and Linda (Larry) Zeman; and many nieces nephews and cousins.
Bob was preceded in death by his parents; sister-in-law Cindy Borman; and uncle, Duane Marth.
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