Obituary – Robert P. “Bob” Blazer

Robert P. “Bob” Blazer, 85, handed absent at his house due to normal triggers on Monday, August 9, 2021. Cremation has taken spot, and at Bob’s ask for, no general public services will be held nonetheless, a non-public memorial provider will be held for spouse and children and shut good […]

Robert P. “Bob” Blazer, 85, handed absent at his house due to normal triggers on Monday, August 9, 2021.

Cremation has taken spot, and at Bob’s ask for, no general public services will be held nonetheless, a non-public memorial provider will be held for spouse and children and shut good friends at later date.

Holland & Bonine Funeral Residence has been entrusted with arrangements.

Remember to pay a visit to Bob’s online memorial web page and leave a concept of condolence for his household at http://www.hollandbonine.com .

Bob was born on August 24, 1935, in Oakes, ND, to Ira and Marcella (McNerney) Blazer. He was raised in Oakes, attending St. Charles Catholic University and graduated from Oakes Superior School in 1954.

Though in substantial university, Bob began doing work at the community bakery. He labored his way up to the head baker in a limited period of time of time. On graduating from higher school, Bob accepted a posture as the head baker of the regional bakery in nearby Jamestown, ND right until his higher faculty sweetheart graduated, though also serving in the North Dakota Nationwide Guard. He was honorably discharged in 1960.

In May well of 1956, Bob married Pat Fuller, and the few before long moved to Havre, Montana, exactly where he recognized a situation as the head baker at the Excellent Bakery. He worked for the Best Bakery for 5 a long time, and then as a route salesman for Eddy’s Bakery for the upcoming 22 years.

The pair had two youngsters, Robert Allen and Steve Patrick.

In 1968, the pair bought the Hi Way Grocery on Havre’s north side. They owned and operated it until finally their retirement in 1997. They certainly loved building their company and developing lengthy-lasting friendships with their buyers.

Bob was an outgoing gentleman and energetic gentleman and savored several activities. He was an avid and achieved bowler. He savored the competitiveness of league bowling and participated in numerous Condition and National bowling events through the yrs. He appreciated slow-pitch softball, snowmobiling, hunting, and actively playing tennis with his sons. On retiring, Bob took up his genuine passion, the sport of golf, expending a great number of hrs at the Beaver Creek Golf Course. He was an active Eagles member for 50 years and an primary founding member of the Optimist Club.

He was preceded in demise by his dad and mom, Ira and Marcella Blazer sisters, Pat and an infant Ernestine and brothers Richard, Donald and an infant William.

Bob is survived by Pat Blazer, his spouse of 65 yrs sons, Robert (Dawn) Blazer of Pleasanton, CA, and Steve (Svitlana) Blazer of Kalispell, MT 6 grandchildren, Lauren, Kristen, Jared, Jeffrey, Brennan, and Kiera Blazer brothers Larry (Sharon) Blazer of Denver, CO, and James (Pat) Blazer of Henderson, CO sister, Deborah Blazer of Denver, CO and various nieces, nephews, and cousins.

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