R

Robert's Story

Text size

Robert E. Wachob, 79, of Cochranton died Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at his home. Born, February 2, 1938 in Brookville, he was the son of Frederick and Carolyn L. Glenn Wachob. He married Jacqueline Sullivan on September 20, 1958 and she survives.
Bob graduated from Clarion Limestone High School in 1956 and served in the US Army Reserves for several years.
He drove truck for Stahlman Coal Company located in Corsica, delivered milk and along with his father operated the former Wachob's Golden Dawn Grocery Store in Cochranton for 32 years. He and his wife also operated a Pizza Shop in Cochranton and for 25 years he was a US Postal Carrier until he retired in 1998.
He attended the Cochranton Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, also the New Beginnings Church in Meadville and was a member of the Cochranton Sportsmen's Club where enjoyed shooting Trap.
Spending time with family and traveling to Canada with friends was dear to Bob, as well as hunting, fishing and camping.
In addition to his wife of 58 years, he is survived by a son, Robert E. Wachob Jr., of Romania and a daughter, Rhonda Wachob McCandless of Meadville. Two grandchildren, Brandon Wachob and Dustin McCandless and a sister, Jean Preston of Brockway, and several nieces, nephews and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his parents and a son Darrin Wachob.
Friends and family will be received at the DICKSON FAMILY FUNERAL HOME, INC., 123 S. Franklin St, Cochranton on Friday from 4:00pm until 7:00pm. The funeral will be 11:00am Saturday at the funeral home with the Rev. John McGarvey of the Cochranton Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, officiating
Interment will be in the Cochranton Cemetery with military honors conducted by the Cochranton American Legion Post #836.
Memorial contributions can be made in Bob's name to the Motzing Center, 157 W. Adams St., Cochranton, PA 16314.
Published on June 14, 2017
Send flowers
in memory of Robert
See more

Obituary published in

Arrangements by

Dickson Family Funeral Home

Events

Share this story with a friend: