Robert Allen Beaver

Robert Allen Beaver

Robert Allen Beaver

Robert Allen Beaver born February 2, 1941 passed away peacefully in his sleep March 28, 2021.  Bob was the eldest son of Herbert Cecil and Arlys Jean (Cummins) Beaver.  He grew up in Knoxville, IA and attended school until mid-elementary school.  The family then moved to Janesville, IA where he graduated from high school.

Bob attended Simpson College in Indianola, IA where he played football, basketball and baseball.  It was at Simpson that Bob met the love of his life Margo Ann Keil. Bob and Margo were married in May of 1962.  Bob joined the Air Force and was deployed overseas to Turkey, where he and Margo lived for several years.  While in the Air Force Bob was in radio communications but specialized in morse code.  Bob was on the base Football team and competed in Judo.

Professionally Bob was very involved with education.   1967-68 graduate assistant at Illinois State University, 1968-73 Department Chair at Glenbard East HS, 1973 Assistant Principal at Platteville HS, 1974-76 High School Principal at Platteville, 1976-85 District Administrator at the School district of Black Hawk, South Wayne WI, 1985-2000 District Administrator at Adams Friendship School District, 2004-2009 District Administrator at Princeton School District, and 2009 to Present, Founder and consultant for Wisconsin Rural School Alliance.

His civic organizations included Grand Marsh State Bank Board of Directors, Moundview Memorial Healthcare Foundation Board, Founding member of the Wisconsin Rural Schools Alliance, Adams County Chamber of Commerce, Lions International, Optimists International, American Legion, Viet Nam Era Veterans, FFA Alumni, Masonic Lodge, Ducks Unlimited, National Turkey Federation, Boy Scouts of America, Lay Leader United Methodist Church, Simpson College Alumni Council.

Bob’s honors included Wisconsin FFA Honorary State Degree, Honorary Member of the National Honor Society, Outstanding Young Men of America, Chamber of Commerce-Outstanding Citizen, 1996 Administrator of the Year, Chamber of Commerce – Parr Excellence Award, Board Member of the Year WI Technical College Boards Association(twice).   He has also been a board member at Southwest Vocational Technical Institute, Wisconsin HS Forensics, Mid-State Technical College, Wisconsin Technical College, State Legislative Committee WTCS, and South-Central Instructional Network Group.

Bob was a devoted and caring family man.  He loved being outdoors, fishing, hunting, riding on Castle Rock Lake in his pontoon boat.  An avid sports fan he loved to watch sports being played especially when he could watch his grandchildren play.   Bob coached football, basketball, baseball and track early in his career.

Next to sports Bob’s greatest passion was asking the question, “What can I do that is good for children?” and then giving back to causes that he believed in.  His many years of membership in Optimist Club of Monroe and Adams Friendship Lions were a testament to that.  There were many years that he worked long shifts at the cheese curd stand for the Monroe Optimist Club and many more that he dedicated to the A-F Lions at the Adams County Fair stand.  Bob served in volunteer roles with the Wisconsin Technical College system as a board member for individual colleges and on the state technical College board.  His most recent passions were the A-F Education Foundation and the Moundview Memorial Hospital Healthcare Foundation.  His efforts in the name of those organizations resulted in building of the Fine Arts Center in 2015 and in the growth of the hospital foundation from 1993 to its present stature. Which includes renovating existing facilities and purchasing equipment that otherwise would not be possible.  He was also instrumental in the building of the new Adams- Friendship High School.

Bob is survived by his wife of 58 years Margo and two sons Kris (Shelly) Beaver of Columbus, WI and Kevin (Amy) Beaver of Adams.  Grandchildren Zach (Samantha) Beaver of Sun Prairie and Kelsey Beaver and Jacob Caltagerone of Janesville. Anna, Karley, Rylan and Lindey Beaver of Adams. Great Grandson Simon Beaver. Bob is preceded in death by his Father Herbert Cecil Beaver, mother Arlys Jean Beaver, brother Richard Beaver and sister Jean Beaver.

Memorial services will be 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 3, 2021 at the Adams Friendship Fine Arts Center in Adams, Wisconsin.   Pastor Anita Genrich will officiate.  Visitation will be Saturday at Adams Friendship Fine Arts Center from 10:30 a.m. until the time of service.

Interment will be at the Mt. Repose Cemetery, Friendship, Wisconsin at a later date.

In lieu of flowers please send donations to the Adams Friendship Area Education Foundation  and the Moundview Memorial Hospital Healthcare Foundation.

To view the memorial service visit the Adams-Friendship School District’s youtube channel.


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  1. John and Nicky Hunt says:

    Sorry for your loss

  2. Cathy Rathermel says:

    Margo and family, we are so saddened to hear of your loss. Bob was a great community leader in all aspects, especially education. The community has lost one of the great pillars. God Bless you and your family and remember all the wonderful attributes he shared with many people. Blessings

  3. Jeanne Hoks says:

    Dear Margo and family,

    I was saddened to hear of Bob’s passing. I had the honor of working with Bob while I was at Mid-State Technical College. He was always the calm in the storm, kept students first and foremost, and he was a loyal supporter of the technical college system. He will truly be missed.

  4. Chuck and Anita Carter says:

    Margo and family: I was talking to my husband recently about the “pillars in the Adams community” and how so many of them are no longer with us, and I wondered about the fate of our town without these relentless donors of time, energy, personality and respect. Bob was one of those pillars. I am so sorry to see him gone from our community, but I am glad that some of his offspring are already filling in as younger pillars of our community. With that said, his loss is immeasurable and we are even more deeply saddened that he is gone from his family’s lives and send hugs and prayers your way as you find your way after his departure. You, above all, will feel the loss and will try to fill the huge gap he has left behind. Know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers and that we will keep you there for a long time.

  5. Bob and Janis Cada says:

    We are so sorry for your loss. Bob was a great leader in the community and will be missed by everyone who knew him. May God comfort you in your time of sorrow.

  6. Sue Polivka says:

    Dear Kevin and family. My heart goes out to you all over the unexpected loss of your dad. I knew him through the friendship and admiration that my sister and brother in law had for your dad.
    He sounded like a truly selfless man whose goal in life was the betterment of all he touched through his good works and the love he had for his family.
    May the love of family and friends and the many memories of your dad sustain you during this time of great loss.
    With profound sympathy,
    Sue Polivka

  7. John and Juanita Hefty says:

    Margo and family. We are so saddened to hear of Beaver passing. We have great memories of times spent together in Platteville and then visiting you in South Wayne, and when you came to Colorado!! Our first stop after driving all night from Colorado was to have breakfast in South Wayne! We always had so much to talk about! Beaver and John were so much alike in so many ways and that made their friendship so special. He had a wonderful personality and cared so deeply for everything he did. Hugs and prayers to all.

  8. Nancy and Scott Sorensen says:

    We are so sorry for your loss. Bob was a great man! He worked hard for the kids of this community and he made our community a better place to live for all of us. He always kept going just like the energizer bunny. A true angel to watch over all of us. He will be missed!

  9. Ervin Ziegler says:

    I am very sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of working with Bob at Black Hawk where I saw his passion to see students succeed. He was gifted with the ability to instill this passion in the staff and school board and be a friend at the same time. He will be missed.
    Erv Ziegler

  10. Phil Baranowski says:

    My deepest sympathy, thoughts, and prayers to the family of Bob. I first met Bob in the 1970’s when we were neophyte District Administrators attending the orientation meetings of DPI & WASDA. We discovered that we shared similar goals & aspirations which we followed through our K-12 years. I especially cherish the memories of our many years serving as Technical College Trustees and working with the WI Technical College Boards Association. The many honors & awards bestowed upon him were indicative of his passionate advocacy of the Technical College System continuous to the time of his passing. May his rewards be eternal.

  11. Carla Byrnes says:

    Margo, Kevin, Chris, Amy, Shelly, Anna, and family,
    I am so very sorry for your loss is such an inadequate expression given the greatness of Bob. As Shakespeare said—Your sorrow should not be measured by his worth, for then it hath no end.
    Bob was the best of bosses, best of friends, best of men. The people of AF are so much the better because Bob and Margo chose to live there and invest their time and energy in making AF the best it could be. That was in his spare time. His day job was improving the lives of every single child in AFAS. Whatever it took, Bob would find a way. There aren’t many men of his caliber in the world today and I was fortunate to call him my friend.

  12. Matthew & Anna Fournelle says:

    Our condolences to the Beaver family.

  13. Paul Rodock says:

    Prayers to Margo, Kris and Kevin. Condolences from Steve Rodock as well. Bob was a my father’s (Steve) coffee drinking buddy years ago. He had a positive impact on many, many lives and will be missed.

  14. Pat & Beccy Pare says:

    Margo & Family, please accept our deepest sympathy for your loss. Bob was a wonderful man who molded a legacy of selfless giving, and compassion for others that anyone would certainly be proud to aspire to. RIP Beaver

  15. Dick Angwin says:

    Beaver, I always knew you had my back, if I needed you. We worked together at the Hub Clothiers and learned Jewish engineering 101 : check, check and double check. We celebrated New Years Eve dinner at the Mill and learned it is important to have family and friends with great contacts. We taught the boys water sports at the Travelodge pool (not sure Margo & Shirley would call it water sports). Joked with you at this past Christmas about your suspenders, but since you were six months older than me, told you whatever. Knowing your not there is hard for me to accept at this time.
    I will be there for Margo if she needs anything for she will miss you so much.
    Buy Shirley(Pudge) a drink and save me a spot.

  16. Kris Blakeley says:

    Margo and family,
    My deepest sympathy to you in this time of sorrow. Bob (Beav) did so much for the Adams-Friendship community and he was truly beloved. I had the privilege of working with him for many years. His example of caring for the students of Adams-Friendship inspired me in my career. This time is very difficult, but you will always have the great special moments to comfort you down the road. Please know you are all in my thoughts and prayers

  17. Kris Blakeley says:

    Margo and family,
    My deepest sympathy to you in this time of sorrow. Bob (Beav) did so much for the Adams-Friendship community and he was truly beloved. I had the privilege of working with him for many years. He truly cared about the students of Adams-Friendship. This time is very difficult, but you will always have the great special moments to comfort you down the road. Please know you are all in my thoughts and prayers

  18. Chuck and Barb Dehmlow says:

    To the Beaver family, We are so sorry for your loss. You can truly say that Bob was a “one of a kind”. He will be missed by many. You are in our thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time. Hugs your way.

  19. Robin E Hiller says:

    Kevin and family, we are very sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. You are in our thoughts.
    Robin & Nick Hiller and Family

  20. Krista Pavelec says:

    Prayers to all of the family during this difficult time. Bob was such a kind man and an advocate for all students. He was so welcoming when I first started working in the district many years ago. He took me around the town for my “interview” and showed me the town of Adams -Friendship when I was hired. He was a great leader and a good man. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

    Derek and Krista Pavelec

  21. Jordi Jacobs says:

    Dear Margo and family. Bill and I were so sorry to hear about Bob. I am a proud graduate of the MSTC nursing program and am so grateful to Bob for being so instrumental in getting the program going. He has done untold good for our community health care needs.

  22. April Roller says:

    My thoughts are with you.

  23. Jill and Duane Renner says:

    So sorry for your loss. Remember the happy times.

  24. Sonja McLaughlin says:

    My deepest sympathy!!!! Mr. Beaver was a very special man, he cared so deeply about everything!!!, thinking of all of you during this very sad time!!!!!

  25. kathy williams says:

    Margo, Kris, Kevin families……./My deepest condolences for the passing of your dear Bob. May God Bless & comfort all of you at this very difficult time.

  26. Peg Lecy says:

    So sorry on your loss. Hold your memories close. May God family and friends comfort you during this difficult time

  27. Pam Abfall says:

    So sorry for your loss. Bob was such a nice man. Didn’t know him well but he was always so friendly. Thoughts and prayers for him and the family.

  28. Sarah Drayna says:

    Margo, we were deeply saddened to learn of your loss. Keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.
    DJ, Sarah &Austin

  29. Julie Goers says:

    Margo, Kris, Kevin and families –
    Our sincere condolences. An amazing man with a heart of gold.
    All our love to you,
    Julie, Brent, Casey and Jerik

  30. Gerald W. Meier says:

    Margo, Kris and Kevin,
    Bob was an exceptional man and a wonderful district administrator.
    One did not work FOR Beaver; You worked WITH him
    He was, by far, the best administrator I ever worked under.
    His care and concern for young people showed every day of every school year.
    He will always live on in the hearts and minds of those who knew him and were fortunate enough to call him a friend.

  31. Gary and Dixie Ruble says:

    So very sorry Margo and family. We will miss seeing Bob this summer. Our prayers for you.

  32. Rhonda Cummins says:

    Margo, Kris, Kevin and families,

    Our sincere sympathy in the loss of Bob. He was a wonderful man. He will surely be missed by his family and community. What a wonderful life he led! We are sure you are all very proud. Feel peace and warmth in knowing he is with you in your hearts forever.
    Enjoy in sharing your many wonderful memories of Bob. We know there are many. We so enjoyed your visits to Iowa the last few years.
    With fond memories and love of family,
    Rick and Rhonda Cummins

  33. Dale and Betty Rupiper says:

    Margo and family we are so sorry for your loss. He will be greatly missed.
    we are close for anything you might need. Our prayers are with you all.
    Betty and Dale Rupiper

  34. Leanne Hart Menninga says:

    My condolences to Margo and the rest of the Beaver family. Bob and I both started in the Platteville School District: he as assistant principal and I as the high school librarian. I think it was a good move for both of us as he went on to other schools and advanced in those positions. I lost track of him over the years but knew he retired from the Adams-Friendship district while I stayed in Platteville. I remember him as a kind, thoughtful administrator and person. I wish you all peace at this difficult time.
    Leanne Hart Menninga and Al Menninga

  35. Laurie DeVaney says:

    Our condolences to the Beaver family. Bob was a great educator for this community. Prayers for you all.

  36. R Scott Pierce says:

    My condolences to the Beaver family in your and our loss of Bob. I knew Bob from his days at Blackhawk and serving together on the Technical College Board. He was a wonderful and committed educator who will be missed.

  37. Pat and Maureen Hauswald says:

    Margo, Kris, Kevin and family. Our sincere sympathy on the loss of Bob. He was a husband, father, grandfather to all of you, and a legend to the community. He was definitely someone who couldn’t help but lead…a rare individual who saw what needed to be done and did something about it without an expectation of laurels. Bob—the very definition of servant leader…with a quiet, but quick wit and a great smile. Thank you for sharing him with us.

  38. Dick and Marj Colby says:

    Our condolences to the Beaver Family and the entire Adams-Friendship community. Bob will be remembered for all his contributions to the community and for his commitment to his family. He will be sorely missed by all he touched.

  39. Michael and says:

    We knew Bob primarily through his wife, Margo, daughter-in-law, Amy, son Kevin and grandkids, Anna, Karley, Rylan, and Lindey. His legacy will continue with such outstanding people he has left behind. Our condolences go out to Margo, Kevin and the families.

  40. Brian Oehler says:

    Dear Margo, Kevin & Family,
    Please accept our heartfelt condolences for your loss.
    We initially met Bob when he was appointed to the Mid-State Technical College Board. At the time, we were pleased to hear from our colleagues at Southwest Tech we were inheriting a veteran Board Member. Little did we know he was going to be better than described.
    Bob wasn’t one to back away from difficult challenges, instead he faced them directly with honesty and integrity. His direct demeanor, coupled with his unassuming personality and special humor, presented a rare high quality man. It was an honor to know him, he was truly a special man.
    I know how he loved and valued his family, So thank you Margo for sharing him with us all!
    Although we temporarily lost a treasured friend, We can feel comfort in knowing his many sacrifices and contributions will benefit others for generations to come.
    Brian @ Mary Jane Oehler

  41. Pastor Anita Genrich says:

    Bob is the kind of man, one never forgets. He encouraged and walked along side others to be their best. I knew him as we worked together in the 1980s on Adams County Community Concerns impacting youth. Then our paths crossed again these last 5 years, at the Mauston UMC. Bob lived his faith and encouraged others to do so too! James 2:14 would be the question Bob would model for others in his life path. James 2:18 reflects his heart and life-lived motto. I am grateful that the LORD wove our paths together again. Margo and family, you have my sincere sympathies and those of the Mauston United Methodist Church members.

  42. Barbara Bartelt says:

    Margo I my thoughts are with you Mr beaver I loved him he was one of the best he will be sorely missed

  43. Karen Rees Kerber says:

    My thoughts and prayers to you Margo and your entire family. What a tribute to Beaver with all the condolences I have read on line so far. What a special man and so well thought of in the community. He had touched so many people over the years. He will be missed! My heart felt sympathy to everyone.

  44. Claire Duchateau says:

    Such sad news for your family and the entire community. Beaver was such an asset to AF schools and truly made a difference in the lives of the students and staff under his care. Margo you and your family are in my prayers. I’m so sorry for your loss.

  45. GW says:

    Margo,Kevin & Family, very sorry to hear of the loss of your husband, Dad & Grandpa, what a great man, our prayers are with you, may the Lord God Almighty comfort you.

  46. Nina Nelson says:

    My sympathies to the Beaver family. You are in my prayers. “The Lord is nigh unto them that are of a broken heart.” (Psalm 34:18) May you feel comforted by the presence of our Lord.

  47. Ray and Cheri Witz says:

    Our thoughts and prayers go out the Bob’s family. He will be missed by all.

  48. Jane M Imboden says:

    So sorry to hear about Beaver. He will be missed so much by this community and all his friends and family. Hugs and thoughts go out to you, Margo and his family.

  49. Marge Edwards says:

    Beaver family, I’m so sorry to hear of your loss. He was exceptional with the hospital Foundation fund raising for the last addition, the AF Fine arts center and so many other community organizations. He was one of the ‘good ones’ and will be missed by many. RIP Beav, you will be missed

  50. Joan Wade & Luther Olsen says:

    We are saddened to learn about Bob’s passing. He was truly an inspirational leader, especially in education. His energy never stopped when he was focused on making the world a better place for all children. I was fortunate to have worked with him when he was the Superintendent in Adams-Friendship, and I was at CESA 5. Bob was wise in many ways with high integrity. We need more leaders like Bob Beaver. He always took the time to talk to me whenever we would see each other at the fair, school board convention, or wherever we happen to see each other. He will be missed by many, but none more than his family.

    God Bless,

  51. Terry Reynolds says:

    Margo and family, I am so sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. Bob was an outstanding educator, school leader, and Board member. Through the years I really enjoyed our conversations, he certainly was a great mentor for me as a young Superintendent, and then again as a new Mid-State Technical College Board member. I became a better educator and person because of my fortunate opportunity to get to know Bob and be able to call him my friend. My thoughts and prayers go out to you all.
    Terry and Kathy Reynolds

  52. Trea Kimball says:

    Margo & Family,
    I am saddened to hear of Bob’s passing. What a legacy he leaves for your family, the Adams-Friendship community, the Wisconsin Technical College System, Mid-State Technical College, the Moundview Hospital and countless other organizations. His passion and drive will be missed by so many, but his spirit has been cultivated in all of you. Peace and good memories to your whole family.

  53. Paul Gabriel says:

    Bob was a mentor and hero to me. I never would have understood the importance of technical colleges had he not been elected president of the statewide boards association the week I started working there in 1997. He was generously there for me ever since. Of course, he was always there for countless thousands of students at every level and for so many worthy causes. Still, when I think about Bob now, what stands above all else is family. Whatever our work together – calm or crisis, hopeful or scary times – he always checked on me, my wife, kids and grandkids. He adored his Margo and boys and their families and never lost track of them and what they meant to him when we spoke. He pretty much always found a way to credit Margo or other family or friends when he was complimented. I’m a better person because of Bob Beaver. Many are. Thank you good and kind friend and thank you Margo and family for sharing him with us.

  54. Donny Orick says:

    Margo,Kevin & family; please accept our deepest condolences. He will surely be missed.
    Donny Orick & Joanne Sumpter

  55. Martin Hillert says:

    Our community mourns this loss. Bob was a brother and friend to so many. His leadership and influence were experienced by the school districts and communities where he and Margo lived. We in the Adams-Friendship area were most blessed because the Beaver family made this their home for much of their careers. When my family was considering where to live and have our daughter attend school, Bob was the one who convinced us that the A-F district and community would be the best place for us. We all will miss him. Love and peace to Margo and family.

  56. Kay Banie says:

    So sorry for the loss of this wonderful man. My prayers are with his family.

  57. Robert Schiefer says:

    so very sorry for your loss Bob was a wonderful man. thoughts and prayers for your family.

  58. Jim Hamer says:

    Margo. Bob was such a good friend. I knew him well at Simpson College. So sorry for your liss

  59. Larry and Crystal Nawrot says:

    We are very sorry to hear of your loss, he was a wonderful man. Sending you our deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences. Rest in peace Bob.

  60. Jerry and Kathie Dye says:

    Our condolences to the entire Beaver family. Bob was such a wonderful asset to our community. He will be missed by so many.

  61. Peter Hickethier & Kathy McCarthy says:

    So very sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. He always had such outstanding dedication to education and children. Bob always represented what we want every Superintendent to do…get involved with the community. With his passing we have lost a local icon. His impact and memory will not soon be forgotten. Our deepest condolences to Margo and the family.

  62. Patty and Greg Kobs says:

    He was a wonderful man and will be greatly missed. You have our deepest sympathy during this difficult time.

  63. Shawna gruber says:

    So sorry for your loss..

  64. Morna Foy says:

    Dear Margo –

    The entire Wisconsin Technical College System sends its deepest condolences to you and your family. Bob leaves a legacy of engaged leadership and an absolute dedication to the power of education to transform lives that has, and will continue to benefit thousands of Wisconsinites for generations.

    Bob was a calm presence during turbulent times, quick with a good laugh and, if necessary, a forceful champion for students. He was a passionate advocate for educational equity, whose efforts kept the needs and concerns of Wisconsin’s rural communities front and center in state and federal education policy discussions.

    Bob was also an incredible mentor for countless educators and leaders. I met Beaver shortly after joining the WTCS, and got my first tutorial about the System’s history, operations and secrets to success. In the decades since, Beaver remained a trusted advisor and a friend. I will continue to rely on the the memory of his guidance, humor and grace in the years ahead.

    Morna K. Foy
    Wisconsin Technical College System

  65. Terry Sebero, Janesville says:

    To Bob’s family, so sorry for your loss. Just take comfort in knowing he touched so many lives and was an inspiration to friends and so many kids. God bless🙏🙏🙏💙

  66. Dan Clancy says:

    Heartfelt condolences to Margo and all of Bob’s family, friends and colleagues. Speaking from my experience of knowing and working with Bob in the Technical College System, there was no better advocate and defender of our students, institutions and governance. More importantly, Bob’s kindness and integrity always shone through in everything he did, big or small. His leadership and character will be sorely missed. May his memory be a blessing to us all.

  67. Jodi Helgeson and Jim Grabarski says:

    The Beaver family – what a wonderful tribute to a wonderful man. We will miss him. Our sympathy to you all.

  68. Diana Broniec says:

    I am so sorry for your loss Kevin and family….sending prayers for you all during this difficult time. Diana

  69. Randall and Patty Myszka says:

    To the Beaver family, our condolences for the family. Our prayers are with you during this time of sorrow.

  70. Jean Cooper says:

    I am so sorry to hear this news. Bob Beaver was a kind, caring man who put children first. May he rest in peace.

  71. Rubber and Teresa Marti says:

    Our sympathy and prayers are with the Beaver family.

  72. Pat Sunderlage says:

    Margo and family, so sorry to hear of your loss. Bob was a great asset to our community and will be missed. May the Lord watch over you and comfort you during this time.
    The Sunderlage family

  73. Scott & Laurie Inda says:

    Margo and family – So very sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. The memories of Bob’s wonderful personality and amazing contributions to our community will forever be celebrated by all. He will be missed!

  74. Tori L Babcock says:

    So sorry to hear of the passing of Bob. My thoughts are with his family during this time. Bob was a great supporter of his community. Hugs and prayers to all.

  75. Dean Isaacson says:

    Such a huge loss to you, your family and so many others. His positive impact upon others was immeasurable and his friendship is irreplaceable. All who knew him will greatly miss and fondly remember him. I will always remember a special trout fishing expedition he and I made to Big Beaver Creek on one of our many family camping trips together. I hope you can find comfort in all the great memories from your many years together.

  76. Frank Perez-Guerra says:

    So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers for your family. Bob was a wonderful man!

  77. Sam/Marilyn Baggs says:

    Margo, Chris, Kevin & Families,
    Always so sad to hear of a loved ones passing. Wishing peace & blessing to Bob’s family. We know he will be missed but remembering all those memories, including lots that touched so many students, faculty & friends, that will forever be in your hearts & souls.

  78. Penny Ross says:

    Margo, so sorry to hear of your loss. Your husband will be remembered in so many hearts.
    Bob made a wonderful legacy for your family, praying it’s a comfort to you in the days and years ahead.
    Penny Ross

  79. Ronald Calbaum - Princeton Lions Treasurer says:

    The Princeton Lions Club sends its sincere condolences. While some of our members didn’t get a chance to know Bob, those of us that did remember him as a very nice and caring man.

  80. Sue and Randy Anderson says:

    Margo and Family, So sorry for your loss. Bob was truly a fixture in our community and will be truly missed. He was always on the go making sure things got completed. Keep your memories close. You are all in our thoughts at this time.

  81. Pat Holm Jodarski says:

    Kevin and Amy and all family and friends may God be with you and comfort you during this difficult time he was a good man on earth and will be missed. (friend from St Joseph)

  82. Sandy Zodrow says:

    As I sit here thinking of memories, Beaver’s time here at Princeton School District, all I can do is SMILE ! You had one heck of a special fella and he was so lucky to have you to keep him in line. I can just imagine, you had your hands full years ago with him. Ha ha ha….. I cherish our friendship with you both. I will miss him dearly. He taught me a lot in the time we worked together. So many memories you have. Prayers to you and your family.

  83. Jon Trzesniak says:

    To the Beaver family,
    Prayers of strength to you.

    Know that Bob was a great soul and will be missed by everyone he touched.

  84. Jason Manternach says:

    Rest easy Beav! Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.

  85. Patricia Gervais and Family says:

    Margo, children and family
    So sorry to hear of your loss of Bob. Bob has surely left a great mark on this community with all he has done here…..good man!!
    Hold your memories of Bob close to your hearts and when you speak of him…say his name…..this seems to help. You are all in our thoughts and prayers as you go through this very difficult time. May God wrap his arms around your family and bring you comfort and give you strength, as he would never let you go through this alone…..he is always with you! God Bless your family…..hugs

  86. Valerie Mecklenburg says:

    So heartbreaking to see this..Margo and family you are in my Prayers…such a wonderful man, admired by many and your family is amazing…hugs to all…

  87. Donna Amedro says:

    Margo, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

  88. Shirley says:

    Margo, Kevin and Chris ~ I’m so sorry ! What a great man with a gentle soul. So selfless always there for his community and others . I have been truly blessed to have known him ! Beav will forever be in my heart ! He taught me so many things in life most important was a quote he shared with me once that I never forgot “it’s nice to be important but it’s more important to be nice”

  89. Sally Winchester says:

    RIP BEAV!!! So Sorry for your loss Margo and family!! I am so happy I got to know Bob and spend so much time with him helping us at 4 Seasons Mini Mart and helping him at the different benefits he was involved in. He was one of the Nicest men I have ever met and such a big help with anything and everything he ever got involved in. Bob was also so caring about the people around him giving advice and could tell some pretty funny jokes. I will always cherish the time I got to spend with him, Pontoon rides across the lake for lunch, the Christmas party, and all the advice he gave me. Hugs to you Margo!!!

  90. Susan & Stuart Burdick says:

    Sorry for your great loss, continued love and prayers for the days ahead.

  91. Lizz Flory says:

    So sorry for your loss. Bob was an amazing guy who did my good things for the benefit of others.

  92. Allan R Klaus says:

    Margo, Chris, Kevin and all of the Beaver family,
    I am so sorry for your loss. The entire Adams-Friendship community has lost a great man and will feel this loss for years to come, but will continue to benefit from all that he accomplished while he was with us. Many will have to step forward to fill the void left by his passing. RIP Bob

  93. Dawn Reichhoff says:

    Margo and family, so sorry to read of Bob’s passing. What an amazing man. Someone who gave and gave it all. He will truly be missed by this community.

  94. Rob, Miranda, and Gigi Christensen says:

    Margo and Family,
    We are keeping all of you close in thought and prayer. Sending much love.

  95. Kim Duncan says:

    Margo and family:
    I was so sorry to hear about Bob passing on. He was a kind and great man. I will never forget when I was in town to interview for my job. Bob gave me the “tour” of the town from the hardware store to the golf course. I was so nervous expecting all these tough questions from him but he was the nicest man and he even hired me! He and his kindness will be greatly missed. May God keep you all in the palm of his hand during these tough times.

  96. Teresa Harvey-Beversdorf says:

    Great friend and leader! He made a huge difference to our community. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Margo, and your family. Love, Tom and Terri Harvey-Beversdorf.

  97. Deb, Jeff, Haley and Jaden Lang says:

    Sending hugs and prayers to the Beaver family❤️. Beautiful story of his life and dedication to children and helping others. Sorry for your loss in this difficult time❤️

  98. Kim Cleland says:

    Hugs full of love to the Beaver Family. He had a great life with all of you by side! ❤️❤️

  99. Deb & Kevin Diemert says:

    Our deepest sympathy goes out to you. Bob was incredibly dedicated to so many organizations and has left a lasting impact on not only the school district but the whole community of Adams Friendship. He had a remarkable way of making good things happen. He will be missed!

  100. Randy Berger says:

    My sincere condolences. I had the privilege of meeting Bob on a few canadian fishing trips and could always tell that he had a great passion for people and their well being. What I would consider a true gentleman. Thoughts and prayers to Margo,Kris and Kevin

  101. Patty Bing says:

    I am so sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. He helped our community so much and was a great friend. He will be sadly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Patty Bing

  102. Lisa & Ron Allen says:

    Margo & family – Our deepest sympathies to you all. May your memories help you through this difficult time.

  103. Patti Rhinehart says:

    Margo and family- So sorry to see Bob, (Mr Beaver)passed away. He always had a smile on his face and a cordial hello. I know my Mom enjoyed working with him! He could always be known for a little laugh in the office! He sure was an asset to the community and school district! A person like that doesn’t come along very often. Know the impact he left behind and be very proud of that. In my thoughts and prayers .

  104. Michael T Clark says:

    So sorry for your families loss……..

  105. Dawn, Rock, Zeke & Wyatt Stone says:

    To the Beaver family,
    Our sincerest sympathy to you in losing
    Bob so unexpectedly.
    He was a good man who put most people’s needs, especially children’s, ahead of his own. He led by example thru his hard work and dedication. We should all learn from his examples of his service to our country, the school districts and the many community organizations he joined & served.
    He will be missed.
    May God grant you peace in the days ahead.
    Lots of love & prayers to you all,

  106. Liz Hendricksen says:

    I am so sorry to hear of your families, and our communities, loss! Bob was a wonderful, kind and generous man, and he will be greatly missed! Your whole family is in my thoughts and prayers!

  107. Sue Moran says:

    Your whole family has our heartfelt sympathy. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.

  108. Rick and Brianna carlson says:

    So sorry for loss Margo, Kevin and family.

  109. Sue Bergstrom says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with the Beaver family. Bob took a chance and offered me a job at Adams Friendship, which turned into a 30 year career. Mr. Beaver was one of a kind.

  110. Sally Millin says:

    My heart is so sad. I’m am so sorry for your loss. He was, what made Adams Friendship School District a family. He cared for each and everyone of us. He would always let you know, that you made a difference, he loved to laugh, and always went out of his way to listen. I will truly miss him. Heaven is such a better place now, with him there. Love Alan and Sally Millin

  111. Deb and Ron Boettcher says:

    Margo and Family…Deb and I send our sincerest condolences during this time of your loss. Bob was truly an advocate for every student that attended any school system he was a teacher/coach/administrator for. His involvement in the community served as an example for others that came after him. He will be missed. In Friendship, Deb and Ron Boettcher. GOD BLESS

  112. bev fishbaugher says:

    So, so sorry for your loss. Beautiful obituary! You all can be so proud of him. Our very deepest sympathy to all. Dave and Bev Fishbaugher.

  113. Mary & Ross Moore says:

    Margo & Family , sending our prayers and sympathy on the loss of Bob. He will be remembered greatly for all he has done for Adams-Friendship School district and the community.

  114. Theresa and Dennis David and family says:

    You could always tell how much he loved his family and his community. Our sincere condolences to all.

  115. Cindy Babcock says:

    Margo and kids, I’m saddened to here this, Bob was such a wonderful man, we have had many talk over the years. I will miss that and his smile. He will be missed dearly.My condolences.

  116. Cy Babcock says:

    Margo and kids, I’m saddened to here this, Bob was such a wonderful man, we have had many talk over the years. I will miss that and his smile. He will be missed dearly.My condolences.

  117. Nancy Olson says:

    Margo and family, so sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. What a wonderful man, he will be dearly missed. My sincerest condolences to you all.

  118. Steve and Danna Peterson Family says:

    Our heartfelt sympathy to the Beaver Family. Bob was a friendly, kind, thoughtful, and generous man. He will be missed by all the many people’s lives he touched. It is a wonderful honor to have known such a wonderful person. May God grant you peace and comfort during this most difficult time.

  119. Judy Bieri says:

    Margo and the whole Beaver family so sorry for your loss. Bob was truly a special guy and will be missed by all. we will always remember all the good things he did for the community and everyone he met.

  120. Tom and Kris Bougie says:

    We are so sorry for your loss. Bob will certainly be missed. You are all in our prayers. Peace to you all.
    Tom and Kris Bougie

  121. Andrea McGuire says:

    Sending Margo and the entire Beaver Family love and prayers during this difficult time. I’m so sorry for your loss.
    Andrea and Ron McGuire

  122. Ellen Wolosek says:

    We are so sorry for your loss. Bob was such an important presence in the community. He left a huge impact on our school district. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Ellen and Skip Wolosek

  123. Annie and Greg Erdmann says:

    So sorry for your loss , your family is in our thoughts and prayers

  124. Connie Sommerfeldt says:

    I am so sorry to hear this news..Bob Beaver was a very special man that came to our PPS for only a short time but he left alot of memories in our hearts that will last forever. Margo and Family I am sending you my deepest and heartfelt smypathies.May God wrap his arms around you all and give you comfort!!

  125. Ruth Check says:

    We are so sorry for your loss Margo. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, your children, grandchildren, and other family. He truly was a man for all children. All our love and prayers,
    Ruth and Gib Check