Robert Nixon
1937 - 2020
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Robert Nixon (Bob), 83, passed away September 27, peacefully, at home, surrounded by family. Robert is survived by his Wife, Norma Nixon, Brother, Dean Nixon, Sister, Colleen Good, Son, Tim Nixon, Daughter in Law, Amy Nixon, Grandson, Scott Nixon, Granddaughter in Law, Margie Nixon and Granddaughter Kaitlin Montgomery .

Robert was born in Belleville, Kansas. He went to school at the University of Kansas when he met his wife Norma. They were married 64 years. Robert was a Sergeant in the Army National Guard, and was a Lieutenant / Drillmaster at the Lawrence City Fire Department. He was also a General Contractor and worked for Steve Eudaly Construction, until he retired. Robert and Norma retired in Bullhead City, Az to live the Good Life. Robert was always playing golf and working at the golf course.

Robert will be dearly missed but we know well will see him again.

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Published in Lawrence Journal-World on Sep. 29, 2020.
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September 30, 2020
Norma Jean, I'm so sorry for your loss. Mom and I are sending you hugs, prayers, and love.
Andrea (Gannaway) Halsted
Friend
September 30, 2020
So sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. Our condolences to the family. Many good memories of their time in Lawrence.
Jim Dickey
Friend
September 29, 2020
Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.
Sandra & Roger Ehrlich
Friend
September 29, 2020
He was one of the really good guys. He would have done anything for anyone and you wouldn't have had to ask. We will miss him!
Coleen Good
Family
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