Robert Allen Stutheit
Robert Allen Stutheit born July 23rd 1939, passed away November 6th, 2021 at Bryan Memorial LGH East. He was 82 years old.
Robert was born in Humboldt, Nebraska to Ed and Nadine Stutheit. He was a 1957 graduate of Humboldt High School. Throughout high school Robert was excellent football player and excelled at everything he did. After high school he moved to California for a short time. He also served in the Nebraska National Guard.
In August of 1960, he married his wife, Shirley. They had two children, Greg, and Teresa. Robert and Shirley lived various locations, however spent most of their married life in Lincoln. Robert was one of the original owners of Double B Mobile Homes located on West O Street in Lincoln. Robert sold many motorhomes around the Lincoln area. Robert was involved in camping and outdoors all his life! Robert continued his working career operating heavy equipment and dirt work with Hansen Construction in Emerald, NE.
Robert enjoyed classic cars all his life. He was especially proud of his, 1951 Kaiser, which was his father’s car. He restored this car from the ground up and was so proud to have it back on the road. He showed cars in various car shows and attended parades with the Cruisin’ Classics Unit of the Sesostoris Shrine. Robert enjoyed going on car cruises and camping trips with his friends and family to locations all over Nebraska and surrounding areas. Robert loved to hunt, fish, boating and anything outdoors.
Robert was a member of the Crusin’ Classics Unit of the Sesostris Shrine, Master Mason with Liberty Lodge 300, and Denton American Legion Post 355.
Robert loved to work hard and play hard. He was never one to slow down too much. Robert and Shirley always liked to visit with friends at the local taverns. They enjoyed shuffleboard leagues back in the day at Merle’s Food and Drink in Emerald. Robert lived his life to the fullest, and was a great husband, father, brother, and friend to all that knew him.
Robert is proceeded in death by his parents: Ed and Nadine. Brother: Ralph.
Robert is survived by his wife, Shirley of Lincoln, son: Greg Stutheit, daughter: Teresa Lynch, both of Lincoln. brother: Roger (Carolyn) Stutheit, of Lincoln, sister: Carol (Wayne) Minchow, of Tecumseh. Sister in-law: Clara Stutheit, of Humboldt. Daughter in-law Paula (Dale) Lueders, of Lincoln. Grandchildren: Chad (Ashley) Stutheit, Mackenzie (Corey) Agnew, Jonna Lynch, Ali Bender all of Lincoln. Four great-grandchildren, and several nieces, nephews, cousins, and special friends.
Celebration of Robert’s Life will be held at Denton American Legion Post 355 on Saturday, November 20th from 12-3PM. Robert chose cremation, and a private burial will be held at later date.
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Funeral Home assisting is Aspen Mortuary, 4822 Cleveland Avenue, Lincoln, NE 68504. To view an on-line obituary or email condolences please visit Aspen Mortuary’s website at www.aspenaftercare.com.
Condolences for Robert Allen Stutheit
So very sorry to hear of Roberts passing. I don’t know the number of years that we have been friends, but its been lots of years. He will be missed. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Please let me know if I can be of any help. God bless and much love………….dotty
Stutheit Family, Our deepest sympathy to your family. Robert will be greatly missed.
Shirley, I am so sorry for what you and your family are going through. Robert will be so very missed. I am so happy that Vic and I met you two, so many years ago. And you and I became sister’s. 😊 May Robert rest in peace.
All my love and condolences.
I am so sorry for your loss of Robert. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you💖. If you need anything I am here for you. Love you all 💖🙏
Shirley an family, I’m sorry to hear about Robert. May God comfort you in this time of need.Robert will always be with you. Please let me know if I can help in any way:, Love an hugs to you all.
Shirley and Family,
I am so sorry to see Robert not here with us anymore. This was a sudden loss, for you and all the “Gang”. Even though I am sad he is gone. He is in a better place! He was one not to lay around, he wanted to be up and doing something! I cherish our fun times we had and can still hear Robert “telling it like it is”. He never was one to beat around the bush! I’m sure gonna miss him! I’m gonna think about it him a lot and all the other friends we have lost over the past few years! Love you all!
So sorry to hear about Robert. May God watch over you all in this time of need. Rest In Peace Robert.