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Marie & Mark Fenn

Bob was a neighbor and friend. A man of integrity, he was always positive, active, and vibrant. We will always remember him as kind and caring. Our sincere condolences to his lovely family. The biggest and brightest smiles we saw were when he was with his grandchildren outside riding their bikes or running around. Pride and love radiated from him. May he rest in peace and may his wife, Pat, and sons, Rob and Craig, their wives and his grandchildren be comforted by how he lived and loved.

Robert "Bob" E. Kiebler


Bob Kiebler passed away on May 25th, at the age of 79, having spent a life incredibly well-lived.
He is survived by his wife of almost 57 years, Pat Kraemer, sons Rob and Craig, daughters-in-law Marcelle and Kathleen, grandchildren Danny, Nora, and Ella, and his brother Jim and wife Andrea along with many nieces and nephews.
Born in Jamaica Ny, October 30, 1944, and raised in Massapequa, NY, Bob and Pat met in high school but didn’t really start dating until college. Following graduation, he married Pat, went into the Army, and served his country for the next 26 years, including a tour in Vietnam. The majority of their married life was spent in Germany, both in the Army as well being a contractor for the US government. In Heidelberg, they built life-long friendships and developed a close-knit group of fellow travelers.
Bob was happiest traveling throughout Europe and on the ski slopes in the Alps, always surrounded by family and friends. These adventures were legendary, whether it was getting lost on some European hiking trail, drinking wine in Spain, biking to the nearest Gasthaus, or his favorite - careening down a ski slope somewhere in the Alps. Pat shared equally in these glorious exploits, while also nursing his cuts and bruises after some of his more ill-fated adventures. He will always be remembered for his sense of humor, infectious laugh, and celebrations with family and friends in a mountain hut at the end of a successful day of skiing. Throughout it all, his love of family always came first, and he will be missed terribly.
A military burial with honors is being scheduled for a later date.
Rather than flowers, please consider a donation to either the Fisher House Foundation, 12300 Twinbrook Pkwy, # 410, Rockville, MD 20852 or the Jane and Bill Warner Center for Caring.


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