Feb. 22, 1940 — Aug. 26, 2021.
Robert (Bob) Louis Fiedler, 81, of Sizzling Springs, handed away Aug. 26, 2021.
Lifted in Tomah, Wis., Bob was an entrepreneur. He and his wife, Mary Anne, owned a variety of eating places all through their marriage, but had been identified most for the A&W, Fiedler’s Family members Cafe and Burger Depot in Jefferson, Wis. They moved to Very hot Springs Village in 1996 in which they experienced money homes and a storage unit company. Bob entirely retired when he was 79.
Bob loved to expend time with his spouse and children. His Christian faith was specially significant to him. He was a cradle to the grave practising Roman Catholic with a specific devotion to Saint Padre Pio and our Blessed Mother Mary. He was also a sturdy professional-life advocate, as it was most pricey to his heart. He was a variety and generous male who touched so a lot of people’s lives. He cherished to give men and women a tough time. In fact, the more difficult the time he gave you, the extra it meant he liked you.
Bob loved to go to the Rio Grande Valley in South Texas with his spouse all through the wintertime in which they have a mobile property. His preferred things to do there were being to attend nation songs exhibits and jams, craft fairs, and cross into Progresso, Mexico. Just one of the highlights in his later on many years was a Pilgrimage he took with his spouse to Our Woman of Guadalupe in Mexico Town. He also loved to attend daily mass and relished breakfast out afterward with pals, touring in his RV, using their pet Mickey ‘on a run’ in his golfing cart, and curbing his sweet tooth with Bluebell vanilla ice product.
Bob will be fondly remembered for his eternal adore for his spouse and children and pals, specifically his amazing spouse of 54 several years, Mary Anne. Bob is survived by the other loves of his everyday living, his daughter, Victoria (Fiedler) Manke, her spouse, Andy, and their children, Sarah (Cam), Stephen and Emma son, Christopher son, Andrew, and spouse Courtney, and their small children, Grace and Faith daughter, Stephanie (Fiedler) Ross, spouse, John, and their small children, Flynn and Fletcher. He is predeceased by his mother and father, Charles and Ann Fiedler and brother, George. He is also survived by his loving sister, Jane (Bill) Wojita brothers, Jim (Donna) and Greg (Sue) as properly as his sister-in-regulation and brother-in-law, Joanne and Person Bertelsen, and all of their relatives members and cousins.
In lieu of bouquets, make sure you look at a donation to St. John the Baptist Catholic Church Building Fund. The Fiedler, Manke and Ross people would like to thank all of our family and close friends for the outpouring of their enjoy, generosity and guidance for the duration of this difficult time. Bob was cherished dearly and will be deeply missed.
Relations and good friends are respectfully invited to greet the family at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church at 589 West Grand Ave., Scorching Springs, during browsing several hours on Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2021, at 10 a.m. The rosary will adhere to at 10:30 a.m. The funeral mass will be celebrated by Fr. George Sanders starting at 11 a.m. Lunch will stick to at St. Mary of the Springs Catholic Church Parish Corridor at 100 Central Ave., Warm Springs. A graveside service will consider place at Holy Loved ones Catholic Cemetery at a later on day in Racine, Wis.
On the web guestbook available at https://www.Gross FuneralHome.com.