Robert W. Pattock

March 23, 1933November 6, 2020

Bob Pattock, age 87 of Dorr, went to be with the Lord Friday, November 6, 2020. He was preceded in death by his parents Ben and Pearle Pattock, and step-mother, Elnay Pattock. He is survived by his loving wife of 65 years, Arlene; their children Don (Marla) Pattock, Amy (Mike) Cornell; grandchildren Chris (Keriann) Pattock, Kyle (Holly) Pattock, Samantha (Marcus) Carlstrom, Michael (Hannah) Cornell, Jake Cornell; great-grandchildren Marley, Lennon, Jude, Milo, Isaiah, Emilia, and Alyvia; and sister-in-law, Rosemary Holzgen.

He proudly served in the United States Army in the Korean conflict. Bob retired from the Allegan County Road Commission after many years of service.

He was quick-witted and will be remembered for his great sarcastic sense of humor. Coon hunting, fishing, being outdoors, mowing neighborhood lawns, and spending time with his family were his favorite things to do.

A private family Mass will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at St. Mary’s Visitation Catholic Church, 2459 146th Ave., Byron Center, with Fr. Christopher J. Derda as Celebrant. A livestream link will be added soon. The family will receive relatives and friends from 5 - 8 p.m. Monday, November 9, 2020 at Kubiak-Cook Funeral Home, 4330 18th St., Dorr, MI.

The family welcomes memories and messages in their online guest book at Memorial contributions may be made to St. Mary’s Visitation Church or Kindred Hospice.


  • St. Mary's Visitation Catholic Church
  • Kindred Hospice


  • Visitation

    Monday, November 9, 2020

  • Private Mass

    Tuesday, November 10, 2020


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Patti Mason

November 9, 2020

Bob will be missed at the Dorr moose lodge .
Our condolences to the family.

Deb Edwards

November 9, 2020

I remember as a kid going to Uncle Bob's and Aunt Arlene's to process cows in their basement. Uncle Bob was always joking and telling stories. Aunt Arlene has a wicked sense of humor as well! It was always a fun time.

Gregory Wheeler

November 8, 2020

Coming from one who who was always a distance from family because of chosen paths. My memories always go back to family gatherings at Uncle Bob and Arlene's (My God Parents) by the pond with the excuse for a fish fry and turtle roast but always family together enjoying one another's company . Uncle Bob you will be so missed but never forgotten.

Roger Selvig

November 8, 2020

Bob had a special gift of making everyone happy when ever he was around. What a great friend.

Mike Schwartz

November 8, 2020

My sympathies to the family. Bob was a great neighbor and what kid didn’t love to stand in the front yard and watch that big Galion pushing a mountain of snow off the road?

Sue Fein

November 7, 2020

Oh how we are so sad to have Bob leave us! He was such a good guy even though I was scared of him for half my life. Kind of funny how 2 Miller decendents got mixed up with the Fein's. He was a good friend to many. Our sympathies to the family.
Mike and Sue Fein

Dale Simmons

November 7, 2020

I will always remember how gracious Bob was with Mark Lenard and myself coming over to pick up the big pig roaster to do the meat for the shuffleboard and Euchre parties for Countryside Bar. I pray that Bob is in heaven with the Angel's, praising our Lord!! My sympathies go out to Arlene, Don & Marla, Amy & Mike!!