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Robert "Bob" Nordberg

Died: Thu., Feb. 13, 2014

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Dec. 30, 1938 – Feb. 13, 2014 MISSOULA – Bob Nordberg, 75, died at St. Patrick Hospital, ending a long battle with arterial disease. Bob was born in Missoula to Ole and Lily Norberg. He graduated from Sentinel High School in 1958. He served in the U.S. Army from 1960 until February 1962. After returning home, he and Suzan Fassett were married Oct. 6, 1962. Bob loved people and really enjoyed geocaching and collecting antique beer advertising, containers and collectibles. Bob had many jobs and finally settled down with the Forest Service until his retirement in 2000. He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Suzie. At his request, no services are planned. He has been cremated and will be interred at the Western Montana State Veterans Cemetery in Missoula. “Go in peace, Bob. You will be forever in my heart.”

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Bobby
   Posted Sun February 16, 2014
Susie I am so sorry to read in the paper that Bob has passed away. Bob was so kind to me and I cherished his phone calls and having him stay in contact with me after Charlie's passing. Bob will always remain within my heart, and I have included you in our daily prayers. Praying that the Lord will be looking out for you during this difficult time and give you strength. God is who got me through the loss of Charlie.

Steve Christiansen
   Posted Sun February 16, 2014
Suzie, I worked with Bob in the summers and enjoyed his quick wit and sly sense of humor when he and the "old-timers" would talk and give each other jabs while working in the cache. The best one however was the one he pulled on Rondy. It still brings a smile to my face. Please accept my condolences. He and Charlie can now sit and visit uninterrupted.

Colleen (Finneman) Hagler
   Posted Mon February 17, 2014
I was saddened to learn of Bob's passing. My thoughts and prayers go out to you. I enjoyed working with him. Rest in peace, Bob.

Jennifer & Dean Keith
   Posted Mon February 17, 2014
We are sorry to hear that Bob has passed. We met him several times over the years Geocaching and always enjoyed his cache placements. He did a great job of hiding sneaky caches for other folks to enjoy.

Scott Brown
   Posted Mon February 17, 2014
Susie,
So sad to hear of Bob's passing. I'll never forget dumping blue chalk on our long-haired white cat 'Snowball' at Bob's urging. Or going out in his boat at one of the lakes near Helena and trolling for rainbows...we also spotted a bobber with a large brown trout attached. Or looking at all of the things he'd collected and displayed and hearing the stories. And so many more things.....Bob helped shape me as a kid and I, and the world, are better for that. Miss you, Bob.

Michael Pepion
   Posted Tue February 18, 2014
My sympathies for the family of Bob of whom I had the pleasure of working with while as a Missoula Smokejumper. Bob was a hard worker, he had a great sense of humor, and always was supportive of the jumpers as a member of Aerial Fire Depot (AFD) family.

Jim Lizotte
   Posted Wed February 19, 2014
Bob was a good man. He will be missed by all who knew him.
Rest In Peace Bob.

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