Robert A Werger
Robert A. "Bob" Werger, 89 of 163 N. Good Hope Road, Greene Township, passed away Thursday afternoon January 23, 2020 peacefully in his home.
He was born in Greenville on Sept. 30, 1930 to Arthur F. and Carrie S. (Kirkner) Werger.
Bob was a graduate of Penn High School in Greenville. After graduation he went to become a sucessful farmer and businessman and in addition had worked for 25years at Damascus Tube Corp., retiring in 1993.
In his retirement he enjoyed woodworking, doing jigsaw puzzles, hunting and spending time with his wife Shirley.
One of the most important things in Bob's life was to share the love of god. One of these highlights was his mission trip to Haiti ,where he was able to use his carpentry skills to help construct a building for the area pastors to meet.
On May 24, 1980 he married the former Shirley E. Heasley, who survives at home. Also surviving are one daughter; Carol S. Jones and her husband Jim; two grandchildren; Stephen L. Gill and Helen M. Edington; and five great-grandchildren; Heather, Logan, Cammeron, Ashton and Sienna.
He was preceded in death by his parents, his first wife Marie McCright and younger brother Raymond Werger.
Memorial contributions may be made to State Line United Methodist Church 263 W. State Rd. Jamestown, PA 16134.

Robert A. "Bob", 89 of 163 N. Good Hope Road, Greene Township.
Calling hours 4 to 7 p.m. Monday (1-27-20) in LOUTZENHISER-RANDALL FUNERAL HOME and CREMATION SERVICES, 416 Liberty St. Jamestown.
Services: 11 a.m. Tuesday (1-28-20) in the funeral home with Rev. John Hodge, pastor of State Line United Methodist Church, Jamestown, officiating.
Burial with committal prayers will be in Shenango Valley Cemetery.
Visitors are welcome to sign the online guest book and view a Video Tribute at
Published on January 26, 2020


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