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Robert Holcomb

April 23, 2020

Services will be at a later date.


Boulger Funeral Home

Robert Holcomb

April 23, 2020


Robert Kenneth Holcomb, known to family and friends as “Boomer” and “Rob”, passed away on April 23, 2020 at the age of 43.

Rob was living in Fargo, North Dakota for the past 14 years.

He kept busy with is job at DTL doing trailer mechanics and he enjoyed spending time with his friends and working on his motorcycle.

He will be lovingly remembered and deeply missed by his son Tristen Holcomb, his parents Jerry and Bette Holcomb, his brother Tony Holcomb (Cindy), sister Robin Holcomb Poepping and sister Sandy Holcomb Becker.

He will also be greatly missed and lovingly remembered by his many nieces and nephews and all of his friends including his ex-wife and best friend in life Candi Holcomb.

Once restrictions are lifted a memorial service will be announced.


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10 responses to “Robert Holcomb”

  1. Alexis Holcomb says:

    Youโ€™ll be greatly missed Uncle ๐Ÿ™

  2. Adam Lacquement says:

    So sorry to hear of your loss. I pray you will find peace within this journey.

  3. Megan (Nielsen) Lengerich says:

    Memories of Boomer are of times playing on sand hill and the merry-go-round in Belle Creek. We always wanted Tony or Gary to push us because they could make the merry-go-round spin faster! Belle Creek was so long ago. I pray you have many more happy memories of Boomer to cherish. My thoughts and prayers are with each of you!

  4. Tammy says:

    Robert you will be missed!! ๐Ÿ˜ช

  5. Michelle (Nielsen) Nuss says:

    The Holcomb family will always hold a special place in my heart and so many memories in Belle Creek, but one of Boomer was if he was ever getting too rowdy or bugging all of us girls, his mom would yell, “Robert…..”. May you all hold on to the special memories of him. Each one of you he has left is in my thoughts and prayers. Love and hugs to all!

  6. Richie Lovelace says:

    RIP BROTHER, …. Taken too soon๐Ÿ˜

  7. Debbie Taylor says:

    Rob your going to be missed so much we had are ups and downs but we had one thing in common and that was your son he going to miss you so much any rest in peace and keep and eye over tristen always

  8. Kent Gronvold says:

    So many ppl go thru life ordinarily, routine, boring, mundane and predictable. My brother Rob wasn’t any of those things. A man with more heart, spirit and character than most could imagine. You either loved him or hated him, no gray area and he felt the same way, no gray area and you could tell right away if Rob was white or black on any subject because he let it be known. I will always be on the lookout for Flim-Flammers and hope you watch over everyone to make sure we don’t get Sabotaged! I will miss you everyday, I will never forget you brother. Rest Easy now brother cuz when we meet again it will be time to lace up our boots again. Iei. I love you brother!

  9. Dawn M. Seward says:

    Bette.. Jerry and families I I am so so sorry to hear of your sonโ€™s passing. I saw this and then I tried to call Patty and I didnโ€™t have the right phone number and now I found the obit on the Internet my deepest condolences are with all of you and may the Lord bless you and give you strength through this difficult time. I Will continue to keep all of you in my prayers ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ˜‡

  10. Becca Bauer says:

    I miss you so much brother! Words can’t explain the heaviness I feel in my heart! You had such a positive impact on my life! We’ve been through so much together! I always knew no matter what problems I was facing in my life I would never have to face them alone! You had my back through thick and thin! The unconditional love I received from you is the most special gift a brother could give to his little sister! I just hope you knew how special you were to me. U will hold a special place in my head and my heart forever! Until we meet again!…

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