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Robert "Bob" Neuhauser Sr.

April 25, 1929September 1, 2020

Robert Lee "Bob" Neuhauser Sr, was born April 25, 1929 in Newton, Kansas to Everett and Mary Margaret Neuhauser. He proudly served his country in the United States Army during WWII as a paratrooper. Bob was a loving brother, father, husband, uncle and friend to all. He was a truck driver for over 50 years driving cross country from border to border. He was a church greeter for 14 plus years at different Church's.

He is preceded in death by his parents; siblings Katherine Kay Neuhauser Combs; Willard Neuhauser; Donald Neuhauser; Ronald Neuhauser; Helen Neuhauser Everhart.

He is survived by his loving wife of 21 years Andrea Louise Neuhauser; siblings Virginia Miller; Dorothy Brandefine; Allen Neuhauser; Carl Neuhauser and wife Ethel and Ken Neuhauser and wife Barbie. Children: Robert Neuhauser; Deborah Jean Melvin; Bradley Scott Neuhauser and Robyn Lee White. Step- children Lisa Louise Craine and Mark Andrew Neuhauser. Grandchildren and great grandchildren.


  • Private Family Service


Robert "Bob" Neuhauser Sr.

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Carla (Neuhauser) Walker

September 6, 2020

A memory that includes my wonderful Uncle Bob is a warm and happy one ♥️. I will surely miss hearing him say “how ya doin’ darlin’?”, and his big-hearted laughter. One thing I never questioned was whether my Uncle Bob loved me! BIG (extra-long) Hugs to my Aunts: Andi, Ginny and Dottie; Uncles: Ken and Allen, my precious Daddy (Carl), and my dear cousins: Bob, Debbie, Scott, Robyn, Lisa and Mark. I love you all with all my heart, and wish we weren’t limited to virtual hugs 🤗 💔

Johnny Williams

September 4, 2020

Bob always had that smile when ever I saw him. We would talk about our day in Airborne and how God was always with us. Bob you will be missed. Love you Brother.

Cornelius De Jager

September 3, 2020

Love this guy! He had a way to no matter what to always make you feel welcome and noticed. Probably the best greeter I've ever known at a church. Sure was a blessing to have known him.


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