25 Oct Robert Sackman
Posted at 20:19h
Robert E Sackman, 87, went to heaven peacefully on October 22, 2021.
Bob was born November 16, 1933, in Harvey, ND to John and Magdalena (Filler) Sackman. He was raised and educated in Tuttle, ND graduating from Tuttle High School in 1951. He served in the US Army and was honorably discharged on July 30, 1953.
Bob married Patricia Rhamy in 1958. They resided in the Los Angeles, CA area until 1963 when they moved to North Dakota. In 1974 they moved back to Bobs hometown of Tuttle to raise their family. Bobs trade was an insulator and asbestos worker for many years. He spent time in most all the power plants found in North Dakota as well as many schools and large buildings in the Bismarck and surrounding areas.
Bob enjoyed hunting, fishing, gardening, and just being outside, enjoying nature. He took great pleasure and had a great talent for playing guitar and singing. He especially enjoyed the years he spent traveling around ND teaching other Germans from Russia, hymns and songs in their native language, which was Bob’s heritage as well.
Bob enjoyed seeing his great grandchildren whenever he got the opportunity and was always amazed at how quickly they were growing up.
Bob is survived by his children, Scott (Wendy) Sackman, Shelley (Brian) Lubiens, and Bobbie (Rick) Stark; eight grandchildren, Misty Stark, Kayla (Brandon) Fitterer, Eric (Trina) Stark, Mitchell (Maria) Sackman, Michelle Clouse, Luke Sackman, BreAnne (Mason) Kraft, and Andrew Sackman; eight great grandchildren, Hayden, Madalynn, Camden Fitterer, Noah, Sierra, Isaiah Stark, Bo Clouse, and Weston Kraft; sister, Mavis (Kenneth) Edinger and many nieces and nephews.
Bob was greeted in heaven by Patricia Sackman; their son, David Sackman; his parents; brothers, Emil, Albert, Bert, Jake, Arthur, and John Jr; sisters, Laura Peterman, Bernice LeMire, Elaine (Kay) Howe and Betty Miller.
A memorial service will be held at 11:00 AM, Saturday, October 30, 2021 at Bismarck Funeral Home. A livestream of the service will be available on Bismarck Funeral Home and Crematory Facebook Page.
In lieu of flowers or memorials, please make donations to Tuttle United Methodist Church, 401 Main St, Tuttle, ND 58488.
To view a recording of the service click here.