Robert Bob Storc  2018

Robert Bob Storc 2018

Robert “Bob” Storc, 67 of Cottage Grove, Oregon passed away May 16, 2017. He was born May 17, 1950, in Chicago, Illinois to parents Richard A. Storc and Julia Jones Storc. Bob graduated high school in 1969 and then joined the Air Force. He worked in electronics and was a livery driver. His hobbies included electronics and being an entertainer at local events as a clown. Bob is survived by his mother Julia Storc of Round Lake Bench, Ill; brother Rick Storc of Pleasant Prairie, Wi; and brother James Storc of Branson, MO. He is preceded in death by his father Richard A. Storc. There are no services planned at this time. Arrangments in the care of Smith-Lund-Mills Funeral Chapel, Cottage Grove, Oregon.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Robert Bob Storc 2018. Smith Lund Mills Funeral Chapel & Crematorium

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  1. Hi Bob! I remember our trip to Colorado, with Terry and my dog Quinn. So many memories.. like when we got stuck in a blizzard on Gold Camp Rd! You weren’t fond of Quinn, but that nite you sure wanted him to come sleep by you to help keep you warm! Luckily I had alot of my clothes in the car, so we all piled them on top of us, trying to stay warm! Then, in the morning, came those crazy hippies in the Volkswagen plowing through the snow and kindly crammed us all in their bug and gave us a ride to a truck stop. We had no money for a meal, but some very kind old truck driver, overheard us discussing our dilemma, took pity on us and bought us breakfast!
    What about the time we were at the Garden of the Gods, climbing up that hill when all of a sudden, we saw that great big blue angel. A very big angel, dressed in a blue flowing and glowing robe. Terry was so scared we had to escort him to the car, (where he jumped into the back seat and curled up on the floor.) Meanwhile, you and I resumed our ernest climb back up to the angel, to inquire of him if he had a message for us or something. As we began, there appeared several more Angel’s across the entire mountain! As the sun began to rise… about 12 in all.
    I remember Bob, you were a good friend. We had some very good times and we had some rough times, but all in all it was good.
    I hope you found peace, Bob. I hope you found the Lord, and are living by a stream in the beautiful hills of heaven, forever to rest in peace.
    I hope it gives Jim and Rick, and your Mom, some joy to hear a little snippet of stories from your Rocky Mountain days, and an old friend who remembers you, quite fondly.
    May God Bless your soul💔.

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