Robert “Bob” Middleton

Robert Middleton (Bob) of Laramie, Wyoming passed away January 2, 2024.
Bob was born in 1941 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He graduated from high school in Thunder Bay, Ontario and went on to get a Business Degree at Ryerson University.
He joined the Chamber of Commerce in Thunder Bay, and transferred to Clear Lake, Iowa and then Laramie, Wyoming, where he and his first wife Yvonne settled in to build their home. He was also employed in retail and finished his career as a Blue Cross representative.
Bob loved his community and its friendly western nature. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, and he volunteered in many roles, especially with the Lion’s club. 
After Yvonne’s passing, he remarried Doris Eyestone and they lived a happy retirement in Laramie. 
Bob was predeceased by Doris, who passed away in August of 2023. He is survived by his sisters Ellen and Susie and their families and his stepchildren Jill and Mark and their spouses. 
Bob’s family invites you to share a Celebration of Bob’s life in Trinity Lutheran Church, May 3rd at 10:00. Susie would welcome any stories friends could share about Bob, sending them to [email protected]

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  • Tammy J. Comer

    Bob was instrumental in ensuring that the Eppson Center for Seniors was on the right path through his volunteer efforts on behalf of the Foundation. His smiling face, stories of his experiences, and calm demeanor were always so welcome. He is greatly missed but will be remembered for his many contributions to the Center that have helped us to be as successful as we are today. Thank you Bob for your guidance and long term friendship. Tammy Comer and the Staff and Board at the Eppson Center for Seniors.


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