Robert S. Haylett
Robert S. Haylett of Cochranton passed away at his residence on Tuesday, April 9, 2019. Born, September 12, 1943 at home in Jackson Township, Venango County, he was the son of Benjamin and Irene Baker Haylett. He married Carol McDaniel on February 12, 1965 and she survives.
Bob attended Oil City High School and worked at the former Avtex Fibers in Meadville, the Meadville Malleable Iron Co, and Parks Furniture in Franklin.
He was a member of the Station #4 Firehouse in Cochranton, the Meadville Moose Lodge 2025 and was an avid fisherman and hunter. Enjoyed having coffee with his neighbor and friend Bob Peterson, helping his children and grandchildren and anyone that needed a hand. His sense of humor made him a friend to all the people he served and people would give him little treasures along his routes.
In addition to his wife he is survived by his children, Kathy L. Rhoades and her husband Gordon of Cochranton, Robert Haylett and wife Carol Elaine of Utica, and David Haylett of Cochranton, 4 sisters, Virginia Hanna (Sonny) of Polk, Betty Uber (Francis) of Polk, Sandy Hovis of Franklin, Dorothy Jewell of Franklin, two brothers, James Haylett of Oklahoma, and Jack Haylett and wife Linda of Mercer. Grandchildren, Amber Stein, Ryan Haylett, Brandon Irwin, Heather Haylett, Haley Irwin, and Logan Haylett, great grandchildren, Casey and Stephanie Stein and several nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by a brother Alfred and a sister, Karen Gass.
Friends will be received at the DICKSON FAMILY FUNERAL HOME, COCHRANTON on Friday from 5pm until 7pm when a Celebration of Life service will be held. Interment will be in the Cochranton Cemetery.
Published on April 10, 2019


Plant a tree in memory
of Robert
Plant a tree

Obituary published in

Arrangements by

Dickson Family Funeral Home

Get directions


Print Guestbook

A place to share condolences and memories.
The guestbook expires on July 09, 2019.

Showing 10 of 12 posts

Restore the guestbook to view the 12 more posts by family and friends, and share a memory or message of condolence of your own.