Robert Henderson, 69, Fargo, ND, passed away peacefully in his sleep on Monday May 23, 2022 at the Pam Rehab Center in Fargo.

Robert was born June 28, 1952 in Hallock, Mn to Bruce and Rosemary Henderson.  He graduated form Crookston Central High and after graduation, he attended Moorhead Tech for Wood working classes. He spent the majority of his life in the Fargo/Moorhead area.  He worked for American Linen and the VA Hospital in Fargo. He met and married Eunice Omang in 1974 and they lived for many years in Fargo until her death in 2007.

Robert had several passions in his life, one of which was photography.  That passion materialized into a business in 2000 and continued through to his retirement.  Robert was also an avid historian.  He enjoyed reading history books and became quite the resource of facts and details related to world history and topics related to his heritage.

Robert did not have children of his own, however, he loved and cherished the moments he had with all his Nieces and Nephews as well as his Grand Nieces and Nephews.  He stayed very active in all their lives calling routinely to check in with them all.

Robert is survived by his sisters and twin, Roxanne Henderson and Margaret Horge; brothers, Bruce Henderson, wife Theresa and Dan Henderson, wife Jeannie and numerous nieces/nephews and grand nieces/nephews.

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Memorial: May 27, 2022 @ 2:00 pm

Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center
123 10th Street
South Fargo, ND 58103

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  1. I will miss Bob dearly. He loved me and my family and was a good friend to all who meet him. Rest in peace Robert. You will be forever missed.

  2. Will miss you Bob, My daughter lived across the hall from Bob for 13 years. They got to be good friends I know Bob enjoyed watching Lyndseys dogs for her when see needed some help so she could go and volunteer . Thanks Bob for the good times!!!!!

  3. Losing someone we love is never easy
    But we must be thankful for the beautiful moments
    And memories we share with Robb.

    Robb was a kind and gentle Man with a dry sense of humor!
    He had a love for his family history and old photographs
    which he shared graciously his findings/projects.

    Robb loved talking to me about my man, Bruce (his brother)!
    He knew I was in control and would laugh about everything.
    Also, he thanked me numerous times for his care.

    Robb and Danny stayed with Bruce and I for several weeks
    during Rose Mary’s Hospice. The “Bonding of Brothers” during
    the saddest time of our lives was witnessed by me, my son, Erik
    and daughter-in-law, Abigail.

    I have stories that could fill a book and someday probably will.
    The love we feel for Robb can never be expressed, but I know
    Bruce and I will miss his calls, concerns and family interests.

    We have broken hearts filled with sadness and will miss him dearly.
    Teresa

  4. My brother, Rob was a good caring man with a good heart.
    He was one of the most well read men I know when it comes to history and genealogy.
    Rob was a caring brother and I will miss him.
    Bruce

  5. My brother, Rob, was a caring man with a good heart. He was one of the most well read men I know when it comes to history and genealogy. Rob was a special brother and I will miss him.
    Bruce Henderson

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