Robert “Trebor” Myers

Robert “Trebor” Myers, 61, of Braham, passed away peacefully at his home after a 26 year long battle with MS.

Robert was born Feb. 15, 1950 to parents Boyd and Lorraine (Jensen) Myers in Morris, Minn. He attended Cambridge Public School, graduating in 1968. On June 4, 1977 Robert was united in marriage to Diane Blahosky in Princeton, Minn. Together the couple settled in Braham.

Robert “Trebor” Myers

Throughout his life, Bob had a passion for cars and motorcycles.  He spent many years as a young man working in various auto shops, fixing cars and trucks and doing body work. He loved racing cars or just going for an afternoon drive.

Bob had a strong spiritual faith. He attended the Cambridge Assembly of God Church and was an active member of the Stanchfield Baptist Church.

Bob was a people person through and through. He loved to help people, and even made a business out of helping others. Bob loved his dogs, especially Peanut and Barney. He loved spending time with his family and friends, telling stories and making everyone laugh. He will be deeply missed.

Robert was preceded in death by his father Boyd Myers and daughter Tammy Myers.

He is survived by his wife Diane “Weezy” of Braham, mother Lorraine Myers of Princeton, brothers Lyle Myers and Rodney Myers both of Princeton, sisters Joanne (Carl) Meyer of Princeton, Phyllis (Dennis) Lindberg of Princeton, Delores O’Flanagan of Princeton, and Bonnie (Ronnie) Brunson of Arvada, Colo.; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

A Funeral Service was held Sunday, March 13, 2011 at the Stanchfield Baptist Church with Rev. Dale Cope officiating. Music was provided by Melinda Green. Casket Bearers were Larry “Ringo” Iwaszko, Tom Johnson, Steve Beckman, Danny Peterson, Mike Sczech, and Randy Sutherland. Honorary casket bearers were Steve Blazevic, Dick Killinger, Barry Blomquist, Doug Deering, and Tim Anderson. Interment was held on Monday, March 14, 2011 at the Cambridge Union Cemetery.  Arrangements were by the Rock Ingebrand Funeral Home of Braham.

 

 

  • Wingnut

    We are sure going to miss you, Bore! Your home and family were/are filled with love, and when the article above says “telling stories and making everyone laugh”… that is the understatement of the decade! VERY VERY entertaining! Great people, great legacy!

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