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Robert Osborn Pugh

Died: Mon., Jun. 3, 2019

Celebration of Life

10:00 AM Fri., Jun. 07, 2019
Location: Ironwood Pavilion at Kickapoo State Park

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Robert Osborn Pugh was born on November 26, 1961. He was proceeded in death by his father Robert Franklin Pugh and his mother Betty Lou Pugh (Barnhill). He is survived by his son Jarren Van Camp his two daughters, Stephanie Boyd and Misty Gonzales (Dustin), his two sister, Andrea Lunt (Michael) and Lynn Simpson (Michael). He is also survived by his nephews, Adam Lunt and Michael Lunt (Charlotte), Michael Simpson (Janelle), Nieces Jenny Vandenboom (Dave) and Kathy Hudson (Travis). He is survived by his grandchildren, Quentin Liberty Landon and Wesson. He is also survived by special family friends, Mondo, Tim, Alea and ManMan

Rob, known by Pugh for all those who knew him, took his last breath Monday June 3, 2019. Rob was known for calling it like it is even if you didn’t want to hear it. Rob gave no regrets when it came to living his life. Rob loved people and a good party in his front yard. Rob would sit in his front yard and yell at anyone walking up and down the street. Rob loved watching sci-fi movies and listening to 70’s music, which he danced to so he could embarrass his daughters. Rob liked a good drink and was always willing to help others even when he had little for himself. There will be a celebration on life at Kickapoo Park Ironwood Pavilion Friday at 10:00 am June 7, 2019.

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Lynn and mike simpson
   Posted Thu June 06, 2019
My memories of you will be of the good times in your life. You are now in peace with family with the love you sought. You are always my brother forever, love you Rob

Jackie Fuentes
   Posted Sun June 09, 2019
I was Rob's boss many years ago at Burger king on E Main. He always kept us smiling with the goofy things he would think of.He would get on microphone and say Bk was having a blue light special, Sunday he would preach to us. He was always ready to help me and was a good person.We bought his mom's trailer off of her in Oakwood and my ex brought a car he had.I will always has a special spot in my heart for him. R.I.P my friend from old days

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