Robert (Bob) F. Titlbach

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Bob was born on February 3, 1951 in Prairie du Chien, WI to John and Mary (McNamara) Titlbach. He was a life-long resident of Prairie du Chien working for Clinic Care Corporation at Wyalusing Academy. Bob was the physical plant director at Wyalusing, where he and his talented crew kept the facility in top shape. After retiring from Wyalusing, Bob was the morning shift bus driver for the New Frontier Alternative School.

An avid sportsman, Bob loved spending as much time as possible in the woods or on the river.

He has a special fondness for the solitude of the Lower Wisconsin River, where he could be found coaxing a catfish from beneath a snag. You could also regularly find him at the dam with his buddies fishing for walleye. Known to his friends for his true aim and quick hook set, he was a hard one to out shoot or fish. Bob was also known to his friends and family for his endearing personality and quick wit. Never one to turn down a friend in need, Bob was called on to assist with many projects, lending his expertise to the job at hand

Bob was the founder of Wednesday night “bowling” and card club, where many friends would gather to enjoy each other’s company.

Bob had an eight-month battle with cancer, losing that battle on Tuesday, July 11, 2023. His family and many friends rallied around him for final and emotional goodbyes. Even though Bob knew how his battle would end, he remained strong and active until his peaceful passing at his home.

Bob is survived his wife Andrea, two daughters Heidi (Luke) Corlett, and Jennifer (Kasey) Kallenbach, step-son Carter (Mallory) and seven grandchildren. Bret, Allison, Dylan, Kennedy, Cullen, Ryan, and Asher. He is also survived by his siblings, Julie (Joe) Breckler, Peggi (Roger) Loftus, Patti (John) Johanningmeier, Teresa (Steve) Radloff, Dennis (Leilani) Titlbach, and Dan (Maria) Titlbach. He was preceded in death by his sister Kathy Hanke.

The family is being assisted by Roth Family Cremation of Viroqua, WI.

There will be a celebration of life at Bob’s home on Friday, July 21, 2023 at 4:00 p.m., with a private interment at a later date.

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