Robert Fuzz Wayne Voth

Mar 03, 1939 - Jan 21, 2018

Robert Fuzz Wayne Voth

Mar 03, 1939 - Jan 21, 2018

Obituary

Robert W. (“Fuzz”) Voth, age 78, passed away on Jan 21, 2018, at PeaceHealth Saint Joseph Hospital. He was born in Kansas on March 3, 1939 to Herb and Justine Voth, and moved to WA in 1948. He attended school in Ferndale, and worked for many years at the Custer Garage, and retired from Richey’s Auto Body.
He was preceded in death by his wife Delores “Dee”, daughter Becky Tisch (Steve), his parents, and sister Philura Brockmeyer (Earl).
He is survived by his daughter Barbara Brombacher (Bob), sons Mark Jarboe and James Jarboe, brother Maynard Voth (MaryEllen), sister Rowena Koehn (LeRoy), 9 grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren.
Bob will be laid to rest at Stillwaters in Greenacres Memorial Park. At his request, no formal services will be held.

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3 responses to Robert Fuzz Wayne Voth

  1. We bought the house on Lincoln Rd. from Bob and remember him making us laugh when we went to get the keys. He told us about the care he put into the home (which is obvious), his love of apple fritters and hot dogs, and how to kill the weeds in the yard. We love this house so much and feel grateful to Bob that he sold it to us. Sending healing to the family in this difficult time.

  2. Chuck Copps says:

    To the Voth Family,I worked at the Custer Garage with Fuzz and Norm for about five or more years in the 60’s and 70’s. I’ve never laughed so much and had more fun on a job in my life. Growing up at the garage with those guys was a big part of my life. I went out to Fuzz’s place
    about 3 years ago or so and we had a good visit, it was fun to talk to him again, then
    2 months ago I was in the area so I drove by the house and seen he had moved. I want
    to let you folks know that I totally enjoyed knowing Fuzz, he was a great guy and always
    happy. I have many great memories. So sorry for your loss.

    Chuck Copps,
    Ferndale

  3. Please accept my sincere condolences for your recent loss. My heart goes out to you and your family. I have always received comfort from the Bibles’ word at Philippians 4:7 which reads “and the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your heart and your mental powers by means of Christ Jesus”.
    I hope you can receive comfort from these words as well. Margo Simmons

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