Robert E. Schaller

Born: Fri., Jan. 31, 1936
Died: Thu., Oct. 15, 2020

Private Interment

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Robert E. Schaller, 84, of Sharpsville, passed away peacefully on October 15th, 2020.  
Robert was born on January 31st, 1936 to Edgar and Cora (Royal) Schaller in Sharon, PA. He graduated from Hickory High School. Robert served in the U.S. Army and worked as a foreman for National Castings. On April 26th, 1958 he married his wife Dolores (Laird) Schaller, who survives at home. He is also survived by his son, Robert E. (Amy E.) Schaller, granddaughters, Katie (Carl) McDermott and Makenna E. (Dorian) Kundel.
A private burial will take place in Morefield Cemetery.
Arrangements entrusted to the Donaldson-Mohney Funeral Home & Cremation Service

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Sharyn Laird Tompkins
   Posted Sat October 17, 2020
Bobby, I was very sad to hear of the passing of your Dad. Prayers for you and your family.

Kathy Baugh Thompson
   Posted Sat October 17, 2020
Hi Delores and family~ So very sorry on the passing of Bob. May God provide you with comfort and strength to endure this time of great loss. Kathy

joe hilko
   Posted Sun October 18, 2020
Mrs. Schaller and family , I worked with Bob "Red " at National Castings for 20 years , one of the few foreman that I liked because he was a good , fair man . Sympathy to all in his passing . Thoughts and prayers with all .

Ed Newmeyer
   Posted Sun October 18, 2020
I was so saddened to hear of Bob's passing. He was just a great, great guy. I came to know him during the "good old days" of the Shenango Valley Racquet Club in Sharpsville. From Monday night men's doubles to Sunday mixed doubles and more, Bob was a wonderful guy who loved to compete and was always extremely graceful in both winning and losing. I still remember his PDP aluminum racquet with which he could hit a forehand like it was fired from a cannon. I am so glad I had the opportunity to know him. Dee and Bobby I hope you enjoy all the happy memories you must have from being with him all those years. Again, I'm so sorry - thinking of you both.

Ray Insley
   Posted Mon October 19, 2020
Prayers of sadness go out to all the family and friends of “Uncle Bob”. Also sending prayers of rejoicing that Bob is no longer in pain and is now in God’s loving hands.

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