Bob Bertoncin
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Bob Bertoncin , Age: 75
January 03, 1943 -- May 09, 2018

 

Bob Bertoncin, 75, of Merriam Kansas, succumbed to cancer May 9th, 2018 with his family at his side. He is survived by his wife Pam of 53 years, and his children Jarrett and Jackie (Michael).  Bob attended Pius X grade school, DeLaSalle Academy High School and the University of Missouri-Columbia. In 1964 Bob joined the Navy Reserves and served as an airplane captain at NAS Olathe. Bob worked for TWA as an accountant then moved to Feld Truck Leasing before taking the lead at Fireside on the Plaza. Bob truly enjoyed working with customers at Fireside. He was a devoted father, softball coach, thundercloud watcher, Boy Scout leader, ski coach and secret cat lover. Pam was the love of his love and meant the world to Bob. His passions included keeping the greasy side down, throwing in a line, letting his creativity soar modeling tiny trains and after retirement, Christmas. He loved spending time with friends and family. A Celebration of Life will be 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Saturday, June 9, 2018 at Lake Quivira Country Club, 100 Crescent Blvd., Lake Quivira, Kansas 66217. In lieu of flowers Bob would appreciate donations to the American Cancer Society and Toys for Tots.

 

Condolences

Kathy and John Kelly May 13, 2018

Cousin Kansas City , Missouri

Pam, Jarrett and Jackie, Kathy and I send our sympathy for your loss of your husband and dad. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Kathy and John


Maureen Davis May 15, 2018

Teacher of Jarrett and Jackie Overland Park , Kansas

I am saddened to learn of your loss. Your Dad must have been a wonderful person to raise two outstanding kids! Prayers for you and the family.


Gordon Wiltse May 15, 2018

Friend Grain Valley , Missouri

I will miss tthe special times we had growing up. Also, the times we spent with you and Pam Until we meet again, rest in peace you old anchor clanker.