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Robert Jacobson

September 3, 1936 - March 6, 2019

U.S. Veteran
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Posted by:
Susie Lewis

Posted on:
March 15, 2019

I met Bob and his family when I was about 7. We lived up the road. Drove by his house a million times. Rode the bus with his kids. Saw changes take place on the ranch over time. I was so pleased to see him about a week before he passed. We talked in the Super 1 parking lot. I asked him about his cows, he said the first one was born the previous day. He really loved those cows you could just tell. Bob was a good man. Hope he is ranching in Heaven!

Posted by:
Doiris, Ray, and Jay Matz

Posted on:
March 13, 2019

We have enjoyed meeting with you over the years, especially Jay did! God bless you and all of your family. We enjoyed Cook the short time we knew her too.

Posted by:
Rick and Rhonda Ousley

Posted on:
March 10, 2019

In 1999 we moved here to the most beautiful place on earth. We were sitting out front of our vacant property eating some dinner in our lawn chairs. Bob happened to be driving by and saw us sitting. He pulled up and introduced himself. He told us about himself and I asked for his phone number. Rhonda and I talked it over and we decided right there to ask Bob to do our dirt work on our home we were going to build right away. Bob accepted and it was a perfect match. We were living in a small cabin at the front of our property. I was still working in Los Angeles, and would be here for two weeks and then in Los Angeles for two weeks. The time that I was gone, many things were happening on our property and Bob was always there to give a professional comment. We consider him a "life saver" for all that he helped my wife go through the building process while I was gone. Bob was always kind and very funny. My wife and Bob liked to spar with each other and their conversations were very enjoyable. One day Bob was installing a culvert across our drive way and Cook drove up to give Bob his lunch. Cook looks over his project, and proceeds to tell Bob that the culvert pipe was not level. We laughed at both the worker and the supervisor. We have very fond memories of Bob and he will be greatly missed by our family.

Posted by:
Kelsey Deshon

Posted on:
March 10, 2019

We love you Bob! I am thankful for you becoming a part of our family and for making my grandma happy the last few years. My family and I loved you very much. We will miss you more than words can explain.

Posted by:
ray carter

Posted on:
March 9, 2019

Bob and I went to Sagle school until I was in Grade 5and moved to Kootenai (Bob was 1 year ahead of me). We were often in the same class. Later we ended up in high school and played football side by side when he was a senior playing center and I played right guard. After HS we ran around together Bob was a was a real good friend.