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Robert Fischer

In Loving Memory

Fischer, Robert E. “Bob”

Fischer, Robert E. “Bob” Saturday February 10, 2024. Beloved husband of Marilyn E. Fischer (nee Sloan). Dear father of Rob (Joan) Fischer and Tammy Fischer. Dear grandfather of Jacob Fischer and Allison Fischer. Our dear uncle and friend.

Visitation at Kutis South County Chapel 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. Friday February 16, 9:00 am until service at 10:00 am. Interment Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. Bob enjoyed his family and friends, his poker buddies, his fishing buddies and the beach. In lieu of flowers, contributions to de Greeff Hospice House appreciated.


10 thoughts on “Fischer, Robert E. “Bob””

  1. Dear Marilyn and Family, I am heartbroken about the passing of your Beloved Bob. My mind is flowing with memories of all of you, beginning in 1977. He was cheerful, positive, ready to help, easy going, fun to be around. You and Bob made a great loving couple. My deepest sympathy to you and family.

  2. I’m so grateful to have been a part of Bob’s life, as a friend, poker buddy and fishing buddy. He enjoyed talking with people, laughing (many times at himself), playing games, fishing, organizing events, poker, cookouts, puzzles, whatever activity you were doing with him. He would always ask how my family was doing and so interested in how my sons were growing up. He loved sharing stories of Rob and Tammy and later in life, Jacob and Allison. Marilyn was the love of his life and she had the hard task of keeping Bob in line, as he would usually cross lines in his fun-loving manner. “Great guy” is how my friends would describe him after meeting him. I’m a better person because of having Bob in my life. Marilyn, Rob, Tammie, Joan, thank you for allowing me to spend time with him Monday. It was such a great visit and while this is devastating to me, his peace with his situation allowed me to find peace.
    Rest easy, my friend.

  3. We are so sorry to hear about Bob passed away. Our hearts hurt so bad. He was our best neighbor, and was the best friend of our Father. We just lost my Father last year, now that we lost Bob. So sad! Our deepest condolences to Marilyn and family. You will be missed. Rest in peace, Bob! 🙏🏻

  4. Rob and Family:
    I am sorry for your loss. Your dad was a great person to have raised such a great son. I, and your Commerce family, are truly sorry for your and your family’s loss.

  5. Always loved seeing Rob‘s dad over at the house… such an enthusiastic fan of the annual Fourth of July fireworks and celebrating his grandkids milestone moments. My heart goes out to Rob and his family at the loss of your very special dad and grandpa.

  6. Rob – very sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed the stories you shared with me about growing up as your Dad’s ‘pool boy’ ! He sounded like a very kind, friendly, and warm person. His was definitely a life worth celebrating. Please accept my sincerest condolences to you and your family.

  7. I know Bob from many years ago…..camping & getting together with friends. When we were together, it was a lot of fun talking & laughing. Our lives went different directions (I moved from St. Louis in my teens), so I wasn’t around him as often as I would have liked; but I have very fond/fun memories. May he rest in peace.
    Prayers for his family.

  8. We lost a shining star in Bob Fischer, but not before he brightened a lot of people’s day with his comedic sense of humor. It seemed to me, he lived his life by a simple philosophy, trying to make each new day in some small way, better than the previous. Extending a helping hand when possible and making new friends along the way. His love for life was contagious and he spread it far and wide.

  9. Bob was an absolute joy to everyone he encountered. I met him during his greatest struggle, but he was always positive and joy filled. He was a special blessing and I send prayers to his dear wife and family


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