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Robert F. Kirschner

Born: Wed., Apr. 20, 1927
Died: Sun., Nov. 29, 2020


Memorial Service

Location: A Memorial Service will be announced at a later date.


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Robert F. Kirschner, Sr., of Lakeville, passed away November 29, 2020 after a period of failing health.

Robert was born on April 20, 1927 in Hartford, CT.  He was the son of the late Ludwig and Marion E. (Pushee) Kirschner, and brother of the late Jacqueline Larsen.

“Bob” is now reunited with his beloved wife, Margaret, who pre-deceased him in 2014.  They met at a roller skating rink in Hartford, CT, later to become State Champions.

Bob was a long-time resident of Lakeville.  He owned and operated Kirschner Associates after working many years for the Patterson-Kelley Company.  He was a WWII army veteran and a member of the Masons.  He was also the National Past President of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew.  He was one of the founding members of the Brotherhood Farm Orphan in Uganda, visiting Africa several times.  He was a past member of the Middleboro Rotary.  Bob was an avid Red Sox fan and a season-ticket holder since 1968.  He enjoyed running and skiing with his family.  He loved traveling with Margaret,  especially their trips to Montreal, England and Israel.

Bob was a member of St. Andrew’s Traditional Anglican Church, where he shared his strong Christian faith.  He was also very involved with Christian Ministries such as Faith Alive and Cursillo.

Bob is survived by his three sons, Robert, Jr. and his wife Linda, Alan and his wife Judith, David and his wife Karen.  He also also survived by his grandchildren, Gregory, Alyssa, Devan and Zachery and four great-grandchildren.

In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be donated in Robert’s name to The Brotherhood of St. Andrew, Inc., 320 South Third Street, Suite 302, Louisville, KY 40202 or to St. Andrew’s Traditional Anglican Church, 8 Highland St., P.O. Box 109, Middleboro, MA  02346.

A Memorial Service will be held in the spring (date to be announced later).

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The Maddigan family
   Posted Tue December 01, 2020
Very sorry for Your loss

Isaiah 25:8a
HE (Christ Jesus) WILL Swallow Up death FOREVER,

Tracy Marzelli
   Posted Fri December 11, 2020
Very sorry to hear of Mr Krischner's passing. My condolences to all who loved him.

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