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Robert Salsman

August 03, 1931 - October 06, 2017

Funeral Service - Thursday

October 19, 2017
- 10:00 AM

Boulger Funeral Home & Celebration of Life Center, Fargo

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Boulger Funeral Home

Robert Salsman

August 03, 1931 - October 06, 2017

Obituary

Robert Salsman, 86, Aneta, ND, passed away Friday, October 6, 2017 at Aneta Parkview Assisted Living, Fargo.

Robert was born in Carringtson, ND, to Janet and Harry Salsman on August 3, 1931.

He was preceded in death by his parents, grandparents, his wife, Daisy, his brother and two sisters.

He is survived by his son Jan, grandson, Ryan, aunt, Florence (Dolly) Footitt, sister-in-law, Evelyn Salsman and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

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7 responses to “Robert Salsman”

  1. Michael Steele says:

    Thanks for sharing your birthdays with us at your favorite restaurant: Speak Easys. You were one of the best friends a guy could everhave. Rest in peace our hero Bob.

  2. Beverly Woitzel says:

    You did it your way, Bob. We the McDonald’s on Main mob have lots of memories of you. It ain’t been the same lately. Lots of the regulars have departed. My condolences to your family and friends. Thank you for your help, your companionship, the good memories, the jewelry, and a special thanks for your service to the USA, RIP comrade.

  3. Beverly Woitzel says:

    P.S. Nice to see the pictures.

  4. Ron Roche says:

    You left many friends who commented about your generosity and willingness to help. The Fry’n Pan and Mc Donalds won’t be the same without you.
    Your friend, Ron

  5. Clay Olson says:

    Rest in Peace Bobby. You were one of a kind. We’re all gonna miss you!

  6. Chuck cochran says:

    One of my students at South high in 1968,a kid named Jan, said “Mr. Cochran, you’ve got to meet my Dad!” Thanks Jan! Bob became one of my best friends for almost fifty years! Clay got it right…Bobby was one of a kind! If help was needed with anything…call Bob. He could fix anything! Robert was a patriot, a gentleman and a real man! I am privileged to have known Bob, I learned so much from him! Thank you! My thoughts are with you, Jan.

  7. Beverly Woitzel says:

    P.P.S. By saying jewelry, I do NOT mean those two big rings you were missing. I do not have them. I did not take them. I only saw them when you showed them. What happened to them I do not know.

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