Robert Henry Block

Robert Henry Block
Stayton, Oregon

Robert Henry Block passed away Saturday, June 6, 2009

at the age of 77. Born in Henderson, Nebraska he moved to Dallas in

his early teens. He retired from the Salem Post Office after 30 years

of service. His hobbies were woodworking, square dancing, fishing

And camping with his family.

He is survived by his wife Margaret, his children, Robert (Joanne Danzer)

Block , Jr, Gales Creek, Nadine (Don) Tuel, Dallas, Jody (Marty) Cade,

Redmond, Raymond (Charlene) Block, Stayton, his stepchildren, Ann Gilleran,

Salem, Debbie Blades, Silverton, Tim Gilleran, Bend, Maureen (Gary) Bochsler, Scio,

Kate (Dick) Heuberger, Sublimity, Teresa (John) Nestor, Belfair, WA, Julie

Thibodeau, Redmond, Danette Falgout, Salem, brothers, Abe Block,

Minnesota, Dave Block, Kansas, 31 grandchildren and 28 great grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents David and Sara Block, brother,

John Block, 1st wife, Mary Wyscarver Block and stepson, Dennis Gilleran.

Rosary is at Weddle Funeral Services, Thursday at 7:00 pm

Funeral Service will be Friday, 10:00 am June 12, 2009 at

Immaculate Conception Church, Stayton.

Internment at St. Mary Cemetery Stayton Oregon

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services

online condolences can be made at

www.Weddle-Funeral.Com

4 thoughts on “Robert Henry Block”

  1. Our love and prayers are with you, Bob, and with Margaret and all your family and friends who miss you. Your smile, your sense of humor, your wisdom, your compassion, and your skill and artistry with wood have added pleasure to our lives.

    Be with God, and God with you.

    Love,
    Dave and Nina

  2. I have great memories of being with my Uncle Bob when I was a young boy. He taught me how to fish, I learned to like coffee on a fishing trip with him up the Mckenzie River, picked fir cones and walk on logs in a mill pond with him. Uncle Bob has a special place in my child hood. I trust I will see him again when I see Jesus. May God give Aunt Margaret and kids comfort.

  3. Love and prayers are with Margaret and the Bob Block family. Bob was a great co-worker at the Main Post Office in Salem. He also was a great square dancer and square dance caller. Bob and I called a lot of square dances together. He was a good woodworker and a great friend. He will be missed.

  4. Our prayers and sympathy go to Margaret and all the family.Working with Bob on window line for many years at Salem PO was a bonding experience not to be forgoton. He kindly gave us things he had made in his shop,which are in view at our home. 10-4 good buddy. See you later.

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