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Robert Scholey

Robert Scholey

Wednesday, June 13th, 1928 - Sunday, November 17th, 2019
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Robert D. “Bob” Scholey, 91, of Pleasant Prairie, passed away on Sunday, November 17, 2019 at his home.

Born in Kenosha, on June 13, 1928 he was the son of the late Truman and Anna (Scott) Scholey. Bob was a lifelong resident of Kenosha, educated in local schools.

On January 26, 1952 he married Dolores J. Christiansen. They shared 64 years together. She preceded him in death on December 13, 2016.

Bob served in the United States Air Force from 1946 until his honorable discharge in 1948. He was a car salesman for 40 years, most recently working for Palmen Motors until his retirement.

Survivors include his three children, Kris Wharton of Bedford, TX, Scot Scholey and Gary Scholey, both of Kenosha, four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by a son, Robert “Bobby” D. Scholey; brother, Duane Scholey; and sister, Mariane Steinmetz.

Private services for Bob were held at All Saints Mausoleum.


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5111 60th Street Phone: (262) 654 3533
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Lorilee Yarbrough

Posted at 06:48pm
I loved Bob like a father. He was a huge part of my life and I am so happy to have had so many wonderful years with him and the family. I know that I will see him again some day and that brings comfort. My deepest sympathies to Kris, Scot and Gary. I love you all. God Bless.

Love, Lori Yarbrough
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Diane and Joe Simonich

Posted at 09:10pm
So very sorry for your loss. We would always look forward to visiting with Bob and your mom when they would come up north to visit Becci. He was so funny and such a huge fan of the Packers. So happy we knew him and know he will be missed!
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Carole Serpe

Posted at 09:38am
Dear Scholey Family - we extend our deepest sympathy on the loss of your Father. Bob was a wonderful man - so full of fun and humor. George has fond memories of road trips to Packer Games and how much fun it was when Bob went! I remember he was always ready to hear a joke and his smile and kind eyes! May he rest in peace and may your memories be of comfort to you in the coming days and weeks. With sincere condolences and love - Carole and George Serpe
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Karen Brodlo

Posted at 05:54pm
I am so sorry to hear of your dads death. I think of him often! Prayers and love...
Karen Brodlo
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Gregg Guttormsen

Posted at 05:01pm
My deepest sympathies to Kris, Scott, and Gary. I can't help but smile when I think back on the memories of your awesome dad. So many fun times as a kid over at your house back in the Wonder Years. Always looked forward to the days he was the carpool driver to Tremper, as we never knew what kind of fancy new Javelin or AMX he'd be showing up in! And always late, so we needed to race! Also recall when the lot moved from 60th St. to S. Sheridan and your dad assigned Bobby and me the job of driving all those shiny new cars from one side of town to the next. Your dad was a big part of my life back then, and I always enjoyed my occasional conversations with him when we'd run into each other in more recent years. BIG personality, and always a kind word and a big smile on his face. He and your beautiful mom are both now reunited with crazy Bobby, who was taken from us way too soon, and it makes me smile to imagine the fun they're having. I'll hoist an adult beverage to all of them tonight and recall the memories. God bless, and I hope you're all doing well. Gregg Guttormsen
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