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Robert Lee McCammant

June 15, 1931 - February 2, 2019

U.S. Veteran

Burial Date February 8, 2019

Funeral Home Woodlawn Funeral Home, Cemetery, & Cremation

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Viewing on Thursday, 2/7/2019 at 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Woodlawn Funeral Home.  Eulogy at 6:30 pm. Graveside service Friday, 2/8/2019 at 2:00 pm at Yelm Cemetery. Gathering at the Cattleman’s Restaurant (1506 W Yelm Ave) following Graveside.

Bob died peacefully on February 2nd, at his residence in Buckley Washington.

He was born in Neillsville, Wisconsin on June 15, 1931 to Mary and Albert (Pete) McCammant.

He was the oldest of 8 siblings.  He never finished the 8th grade, but went to work for others doing side jobs and then joined the Army at 17 years old because he said there were no jobs and he was tired of being hungry all the time.   He served in the Korean War as a Medical Aid man, and received a Good Conduct Medal.

While he was in the service he met his first wife Barbara.  They had four handsome sons, Robby, Duane, Bryan, and David that he was very proud of.  He also felt close to and thought of Mark as a son.   He worked in construction building warehouses and one of his own homes.

He met his second wife Bernice in June of 1966.  They loved playing Bingo together and helping to raise a grandson Eric and great grandson Kevin.  Owning their own race horse they enjoyed betting on the horses and traveling to various race tracks.  He would spend hours going over the race programs.

Bob was loved dearly by his siblings, and he deeply loved his sons, and all his grandchildren and great grandchildren.  His sense of humor was immensely enjoyed and will be missed by his nieces and nephews.  Bob greatly appreciated everything that Tiffany did to help him and Bernice as they made the move into their new home, and taking them shopping and to doctor appointments.

While he had many regrets in life, he found peace in the forgiveness of his relationship with his Savior Jesus.  Bob lived on this earth 32,012 days.