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Obituary for Robert R Bearce

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Robert R Bearce

November 4, 1948 - October 1, 2012

Robert “Bob” Ralph BearceRobert Ralph Bearce, 63, of West Weber, Utah passed away peacefully Monday, October 1, 2012 surrounded by his loved ones. He was born November 4, 1948 in Ogden, Utah, the third of four children born to Ralph and Louise Bearce.Bob enjoyed spending time in the outdoors hunting, working on his farm, and most of all riding his Harley Davidson. He was very skilled and could fix just about anything you put in front of him, especially cars and motorcycles. He was a hard worker and did everything with dedication and an eye to perfection.Bob will be remembered most for his tender heart and his ability to make friends easily. He was quick with a joke and loved to make everyone laugh with his stories. It wasn’t uncommon to hear him start a conversation with “Have you heard the one about…” Anytime a Harley Davidson drives by, an old western is on TV, or a good baseball game is happening, he will be remembered. Bob is survived by his son Jason (Robyn) Hurt, daughter Elicia (Anthony) Simon, son Cody Bearce, parents Ralph and Louise Bearce, sisters Charlotte (Larry) Beeson and Roberta (Lew) Wheelwright, brother Donald (Sandy) Bearce, three grandchildren Chandler, Cooper, and McCall, and his faithful dog, Buddy. The family wishes to thank Tammy from Encompass Home Health for her kind and loving care.There will be no funeral services at this time. Cremation under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary.Please send us your condolences and a memory at


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Timeline for Robert R Bearce

Born: November 4, 1948
Died: October 1, 2012

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Dallas Eggleston posted on 10/24/12

I only knew Bob for a short time, in that time I had many conversations with him. We talked of many different subjects, work, cars, travel, tractors and of course motorcycles. I grew to enjoy his company, looking forward to his visits, even the short ones, depending on his health. Another friend Mike Burton and I will miss him for a long time, as a friend such as Bob is hard to let go. My best wishes to you his Family.


Lee and Melanie Abrams and Family posted on 10/9/12

With deepest sympathy to the Bearce's Family. Bob will be missed. Hanging out for coffee at the Auger Inn (airport), Pete's Cafe, Stagecoach and Moore's with Jason and Cody. Having dinner at Texas Roadhouse. Hanging out in the garage for hours, bike talking, working on bikes. Deer hunting trip and pheasant hunting and many, many memories.....


Lee Abrams posted on 10/9/12

I'll never forget our Harley trip to Colorado with Lester Lee and Bob.


Rob Shurtliff posted on 10/9/12

Sorry for your loss.


Kristalynn Gilgert posted on 10/9/12

I am very sorry for your loss. I know Robert will be missed. Your family is in my thoughts.


Matthew Weeks posted on 10/8/12

Dear Ralph, Louise, Charlotte, and Family,I was saddened to hear of Bob's passing. I feel honored to have had the opportunity to get to know him and I will miss seeing him here at the clinic. I send my condolences on your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time.Sincerely,Matthew G. Weeks MD


hans vanderbeek posted on 10/7/12

You were a dear friend for thirty years, enjoyed learning all the "car trick stuff" that you taught me, couldnt of built all my muscle cars without your unending experience and knowledge. Ill miss your sense of humor and remember the trips to buy cars in California. Your gone but never forgotten. Ill look you up when its my turn. Hans Vanderbeek


shayne loewenstein posted on 10/7/12

to bobby"S family. I was saddened to hear of bobby"s passing. I went to ogden high with him. I will miss our conversations we had over the years at the flying j and later at the stagecoach. he was a decent gentile and kind man. Ill miss him. God bless you all.Shayne Loewenstein.


Michael Burton posted on 10/5/12

Sure gonna miss your friendship and a coffee at the Stagecoach. Your teacher buddy, Michael