Obituary of Bob Scherbring
Robert L. Scherbring, 89, of Dyersville, Iowa passed away of heart failure on Tuesday, January 5, 2021, at his home in Dyersville, Iowa.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11 a.m., Friday, January 8, 2021 at St. Francis Xavier Basilica in Dyersville, with burial in the church cemetery where military honors will be accorded by American Legion Post #137. Rev. Anthony Nketiah will officiate and Deacon Roger Riesburg will assist.
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Bob was born February 19, 1931, in Petersburg, Iowa the son of John and Josephine (Ronnebaum) Scherbring. He married Anna Mae Oberbroeckling on June 2, 1959 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Luxemburg.
Bob was a man of faith who enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, especially playing cards. He served in the US Army from 1953-1955. He worked 9 years at Vandale in Dyersville, 22 years at Goodyear in Dubuque, and 15 years at Beckman Catholic High School in Dyersville. He was a member of the American Legion Post #137 and Knights of Columbus. He and Annie enjoyed many years of volunteering, receiving the 2010 Governors Volunteering Award.
Survivors include his wife, Annie, children: Dale (Janet) Scherbring of Cedar Rapids, Mark (Liz) Scherbring of Dyersville, Carl (Mary) Scherbring of Colesburg, Joan Musich of Westphalia, Dean (Linda) Scherbring of Manchester, Jill Scherbring of Dyersville, Gwen (Jeff) Lewis of Dubuque; grandchildren: Keri (Jordan Rundle) Scherbring, Jay Scherbring, Amanda (Skyler) Wachendorf, Nicole (Cody) Lytle, Jessica, Samantha, and Courtney Scherbring, Luke and Lexi Musich, Chance and Rebekah Scherbring, Libby Scherbring; great grandchildren: Dexter Scherbring, Jordyn and Charles Lytle, Riley Wachendorf; in-laws: Elaine Scherbring, Peter (Jane) Oberbroeckling, Clara Harter, Leo Oberbroeckling, Dave (Julie) Oberbroeckling, Kay Herman, Hilda (Clem) DeMuth, Clyde (LouAnn) Oberbroeckling, John Oberbroeckling, Walt Oberbroeckling, Becky Oberbroeckling.
He was preceded in death by his parents, parents-in-law John and Katie Oberbroeckling; siblings: Walt (Mary) Scherbring, Eileen (Joe) Stephan, Lester Scherbring; in-laws: Henry Harter, Hugo Oberbroeckling, Shirley Oberbroeckling, Carolyn Oberbroeckling, Harry McBride, Lorraine Stephan, and other extended relatives of Bob and Annie’s family.
In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to St. Francis Xavier Basilica or Beckman Catholic High School.
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