Robert David Neb 1937-2021

Robert David Neb, 84, passed away with his family at his side, Thursday, November 11, at Good Samaritan Loveland Village with assistance from Charter Hospice. He prayed that he would be with Patricia on their 64th wedding anniversary (November 23) and by the Grace of God his prayers were answered.
Robert was born March 20, 1937, in Fort Morgan, Colorado to David Neb, Jr. and
Leah (Lauck) Neb. 
He was proud to serve his country in the United States Army. Robert was a Radioman in the 8th Army 304th Signal Battalion, stationed in Camp Coiner, Korea.
He married Patricia A. Neb on November 23, 1958, at the Christ Congregational Church in Fort Morgan, Colorado.
Robert was a member of Faith Community Lutheran Church in Longmont.  He loved his grand and great grandchildren, and his best days were spent with ”Trish” and family. Robert loved to fish, golf,­­­ farm and enjoy the great outdoors.  He never met a stranger and will live with us all forever.
Survivors include children, Kevin Neb of Yuma, CO, Jeffrey Neb of Gillette, WY and Melissa Neb of Mead, CO. Grandchildren Jessica (Jon) Nelsen (Mason and Madison) of Littleton, CO, Trevor (Amanda) Neb (Carson and Maddie) of Yuma, CO, Tabatha (Patrick) Neb (Remingtyn and Breck) of Yuma, CO, Chelsea Neb of Gillette, WY Justin Neb of Gillette, WY, Savanna Neb of Miami, FL, and Ryan Aragon of Mead, CO. Brothers and Sister In-Laws John and Connie Neb, Don and Jaccie Neb, Dan and Kathy Neb. Sister and Brother in-laws Esther and Ed Reichert, Ruth Hume, Dorothy and George Gamble, Susan Sell, Rocky Dennis and Loren (Paula) Dennis. Many Nieces, Nephews, and friends.
He was preceded in death by his wife of 63 years, Patricia (Trish), parents David and Leah Neb, Brother in-law Robert (Bobby) Dennis, Mother and Father in-law Berniece and Everitt Dennis, and sister in-law Rolanda Dennis.
Memorials can be made to the Bob Neb Memorial Fund c/o Melissa Neb 17439 Margill Rd Mead, CO 80542
There will be a celebration of Robert’s life on Saturday, December 18 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the American Legion, 121 Nelson Road., Fort Morgan, CO 80701.