OBITUARY

Robert Gene Biehle

September 14, 1964January 11, 2020
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Robert Gene Biehle, 55, of Dickinson, TX, passed away unexpectedly on January 11, 2020 due to sudden illness.

Although born in Boston, Massachusetts on September 14, 1964 to Carroll and Lucille Biehle, he spent most of his life in Texas and was preceded in death by both parents.

He is survived by Michelle Biehle, to whom he was married for 25 years, their twin children, Brandy and Andrew Biehle (both 9 years old), and his daughter from a previous marriage, Jessica Biehle (32). Also surviving are distant aunts, uncles, cousins, etc.

Rob was dedicated to his career in the energy field at Fugro, but spent his free time enjoying his passions. Between disc golf, motorcycles, cruising his boat and spending time with his children, Rob lived life to the fullest every day and will be missed by his friends and family.

Please wear Purple in honor of Robert's favorite color.

Services

  • Memorial Service Thursday, January 16, 2020
  • Reception Thursday, January 16, 2020

Memories

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Tammy Montgomery

January 15, 2020

From the exact moment I met ROBERT, I remember knocking on the door to reconnect with Michelle and I remember him saying “ we aren’t interested in purchasing”. My response was that’s really good because I’m not coming to sell anything! To this day Michelle and I laugh about this. Robert will missed! Never will you be forgotten!!

Allen Caldwell

January 15, 2020

Allen Caldwell

January 15, 2020

I remember when Hurricane Ike came to town and destroyed our beloved MacGregor Park. Rob couldn't wait to play it. Looked like a war zone.

Allen Caldwell

January 14, 2020

Had many great times and celebrated many New Years together. I love you bro

Brittany Bittick

January 14, 2020

I've known Jess since highschool and when we were younger she invited me to go wakeboarding with her and Robert. I was terrible! But that didnt stop Robert from showing me tips and encouraging me to keep trying. Never, got the hang of it, never went wake boarding again! But it is a fond memory of mine.
It always brings a smile to my face as I hope this story has yours.

Athena (Tyna) Peña

January 14, 2020

Crazy fun from the first day I met him. Even more evident was his constant desire to offer a hand, let you borrow something, give you something you needed (i.e. homemade mosquito deterrents from tequila bottles), or just always show up to a celebration. But most of all, his love for his children is beyond words and I pray it will carry them through the years ahead so he may never be forgotten. Mark and I and the kids are heartbroken.

Allen Caldwell

January 14, 2020

Cast from the Past! After this pic was taken, he gave the Red a big ole kiss on the lips and tossed him back in...Crazy Rob!

Jessica Biehle

January 14, 2020

I have a lifetime of memories embedded in my head and my heart. I miss you so much.

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