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Obituary for Robert P. Ohlmacher Jr.

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Robert P. Ohlmacher Jr.

January 28, 1952 - February 5, 2014

Robert P. Ohlmacher Jr., passed away on February 5th in Watford North Dakota at the age of 61.
He was born on June 28th, 1952 in Detroit, Michigan to Robert and Elizabeth Ohlmacher.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Glenda Joann Talley.
Recently he resided in Roy, Utah and was a member of the Foxglen Ward.
Robert is survived by his daughter, Jolene Mewing; grand-daughter Meghan Abbot; brother, Bill; sisters, Judi Rasmussen and Betsey Rhames; and 11 nieces and nephews.
His bright smile and generous heart will be missed by family and friends.
Funeral services will be held on Monday, February 17, at 2:00 p.m. at Leavitt’s Mortuary 836, 36 Street, Ogden, UT, with a viewing prior to services from 12:45 – 1:45 p.m.
Interment at Aultorest Memorial Park 836 36th Street, Ogden, UT.
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Born: January 28, 1952
Died: February 5, 2014

Condolences for Robert P. Ohlmacher Jr.

Jalil Keval posted on 11/5/16

This is a very late condolence, but I was looking back on my USAF basic training yearbook and came across Bob's picture. After a bit of searching I discovered that he passed in 2014. May God ease his journey. I will always remember Bob from the time we shared in basic training in 1985. He was as a terrific man and was a good friend during that time.


sandy sekulich posted on 2/20/14

I only met Bob once. First impressions were positive. After attending his funeral, I longed to have just 15 minutes more with him to tell him that the true measure of a man is generosity of spirit and heart. He possessed both. I see him in Jolene! The bright eyes, the excitement taken in by her when anywhere. His legacy lives on.


Heidi Ambrose posted on 2/17/14

My Heart goes out to all of the family. God Bless the hole family.


James Keith Ambrose posted on 2/17/14

THE MEASURE OF A MAN: Not - "how did he die" But - "how did he live" Not - "what did he gain" But - "what did he give" These are the units To measure the worth Of a man. May the blessings of Jesus be upon you May his peace abide with you May his essence illuminate your heart Now and forever more... I have and always will remember all the good that you have done.


Colleen Mewing posted on 2/17/14

I met Bob through his lovely daughter, Jolene. When I first met Bob, he was job hunting and since I am an editor, I offered to help him with his resume. He came to our house and I felt a connection with him from that first moment. He was funny and quirky, which I adored about him--Jolene is exactly the same, and so am I! As you know, Bob wasn't very computer savvy, but he tried hard! I would send out resumes and cover letters on his behalf, as he hoped to land that perfect job where he could use his hands and make some money. His skills took him to North Dakota where he worked on the oil fields. Bob was so proud of Jolene and Jolene's daughter, Meghan--both Jolene and Meghan are talented singers and work in theater. Bob always tried his best to see them during their performances, bringing flowers to them, which is customary in the theater world. If he missed one of Meghan's performances, he would sit at our computer, reading glasses on, and would watch the video we recorded. None of us expected Bob to pass this early--he was active and ate healthy food. This just proves that we cannot take life for granted and always need to say please and thank you when necessary. We especially need to tell those loved ones around us how much we care and love them. I have not yet met the rest of Bob's family and know that is just one short day away. Bob was a kind-hearted man and was always so generous. We will miss his spirit and that bright smile--and his sense of humor! He personally gave me his blessing for the love that I have for Jolene and Meghan and was proud of our family. My condolences to the entire Ohlmacher family. Colleen Mewing