Robert L. Schlaack

Born: Sat., Nov. 24, 1928
Died: Tue., Jan. 20, 2009

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Robert L. Schlaack, 80, of Holland formerly of South Haven died Tuesday, January 20 at Butterworth Spectrum Hospital in Grand Rapids.

He was born November 24, 1928 in South Haven, Michigan to Charles and Maude (Stephenson) Schlaack. Robert graduated from South Haven High School. Robert married Beverly J. Weber on December 9, 1972 in South Haven. Robert worked as a repair man for Everett Piano for 34 years.

He is preceded in death by his parents- Charles & Maude Schlaack and his grandson – Jesse Knotts in 2000.

He is survived by his wife – Beverly Schlaack of Holland, Michigan. One son – Dale (Pam) French of Coloma, Michigan. Two daughters – Cheryl (Jose) Briseno of Zeeland, Michigan and Peggy Jachim of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Several nieces and nephews also survive.

Visitation will be Thursday, January 22 from 10 – 12 at the Filbrandt Family Funeral Home. Funeral services will begin at 12:00 P.M. at the funeral home with Rev. Harold Filbrandt officiating. Memorial contributions can be made to Casco United Methodist Church. Kindly share your thoughts and memories on the family’s online guest book at www.FilbrandtFFH.com.

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Jerry W. Schlaack
   Posted Wed January 21, 2009
Beverly, Karen and I are really sorry to hear about Bob. When we say you and him last summer outside of Clementines in South Haven, we thought that something might be wrong with his health. We're sorry we can't come to the visitation or funeral tomorrow. I have a doctors appointment that I really need to keep. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Jerry and Karen Schlaack

Larry, Sue, Lori Bell
   Posted Wed January 21, 2009
Aunt Jean,
Words can not begin to express our condolences and sympathy to you. Uncle Bob was truly a great man, who will be missed a great deal. We are blessed to have such wonderful memories of vacations and all the good times we all had together. You could always count on Uncle Bob for a joke or story to make you laugh, he had a gift for that. Much love to you.

Sandi
   Posted Wed January 21, 2009
Bev, we were so sorry to hear about Bob. Our thoughts are with you.
Don & Sandi Johnson

Joe and Sara Briseno
   Posted Wed January 21, 2009
Grandma -

Grandpa will always be in our hearts. He was great with the kids and we know he will always watch over you. He is with our Lord and is as healthy and happy as the day you met him. We'll never forget the way his face lit up when Joey called him "Papa" last week when we came to visit him.

My favorite memories are of feeding the turkeys at the old house and going to Busch Gardens. He always had a way to make us laugh.

You'll be in our thoughts and prayers.

Lots of Love,

Joe and Sara Briseno

Tim & Sue Worline
   Posted Thu January 22, 2009
Our deepest Sympathies to Aunt Jean and to all our family! Our Uncle Bob will be missed greatly!

Debbie
   Posted Thu January 22, 2009
In reading all the other entries we all have the same memories of Uncle Bob his laughter and having the ability to make others laugh that is a great gift. I will miss that most. I am thinking about you and you are in my prayer's
Love ya.
Debbie

Susie
   Posted Thu January 22, 2009
Aunt Jean, My heart and soul are with you today, and know that I am there with you in spirit even though I cannot be there in body. My love for you and Uncle Bob are with you always.Even though we have lost a great man, he has left us with so many memories, it is hard to think of them all. That smiling face and laughter will never be forgotten. We have all been truely blessed to have him in our lives! You know when I was a little girl, I told Judy Baily that I was going to marry that man, so its a good thing you scooped him up when you did.And I will never forget mowing the lawn for him, and the pennies on the railroad tracks. We all could not have asked for a better role model in our lives. All the fun we had and all the laughs we shared will be with us and help us through the rough road ahead. May God bless and comfort you. We love you

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