Obit: Lulloff, Robert Franklin "Bob" #3 (1927 - 2011)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Lulloff, Marden, Albers, Seltrecht, Sturtz, Saracoff, Schleifer, Smith, Zajac, Poeschel, Mabie, Short, Tesmer, Vandeberg, Peterson


----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) September 28, 2011


Lulloff, Robert Franklin "Bob" (21 December 1927 - 24 September 2011) With Flag



Robert "Bob" Lulloff, 83, of Neillsville died Saturday Sept. 24, 2011, at his home.


He was born Dec. 21, 1927, at the Marshfield Hospital to the late Frank and Emma Lulloff.  He graduated from Loyal High School and served in the Army during the Korean Conflict followed by various jobs in Loyal.


Bob was married to Anita Marden June 18, 1960. They lived their married life in Neillsville.


Bob’s illustrious career began in Neillsville in 1955 with WCCN Radio as morning announcer and news reporter through the late 1960’s.  In 1956, he was elected Clark County Coroner, serving for 42 years and in various offices for the Wisconsin Coroners and Medical Examiners.  In 1967, Bob and Anita acquired the Sears Catalogue Store and managed it through 1992.  Beginning in 1980, Bob served as Mayor of Neillsville for 14 years.  In the 2000s, Bob delivered flowers for Luedtke Floral.  In 2004, he was recognized for 50 years of dedicated service to the Gesche Funeral Home.


In addition, Bob reported and wrote for the Marshfield News Herald, Tribune Record Gleaner and the Clark County Press for "decades".  He emceed fair events, parades and talent shows around the area and also was recognized for 32 years of being Master of Ceremony for Clark County Queen contests.


Bob was a member of the Neillsville Rotary Club since 1955, serving in all capacities, member of the American Legion, and long-time member of the Masonic Lodge. He was a member of United Church of Christ since 1960, served as a deacon, conducted many church services and was a member of the choir.


Bob enjoyed many years of camping with the family and many years after with Anita and their cherished pet dogs from East to West and North to South.  Other notable interests of Bob included motorcycles and the Honda Scooter, vintage cars, "Bob’s MG," Tri-County Antique Auto Club and golfing. Bob purchased an airplane in the 1970’s with Norm Saracoff.  Bob and Anita enjoyed several years flying around Wisconsin and other states.


Bob is survived by his wife, Anita; Kathy Albers of Jacksonville, FL, Mike Lulloff of Odessa, TX, Tom Lulloff of Fort Worth, TX, Jerry Marden of Spencer, Ron Marden (Teri) of Kansas City, MO, Randy Marden of Neillsville; 10 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren; brother Bill (Carol) Lulloff of Eau Claire; sister Donna Seltrecht of Gilmanton, and a very cherished Pomeranian Julie Mae.


Visitation will be Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Gesche Funeral Home and at the United Church of Christ at 10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 29, 2011.  The funeral service will follow at 11 a.m.  Military honors will be accorded by the Neillsville Veteran’s Council.  Interment will be at a later date.


Honorary casketbearers are Howard Sturtz II, Norman Saracoff, Richard Schleifer, Gene Smith and Casimir Zajac.  Casketbearers are Darrell Poeschel, Steve Mabie, Floyd Short, Milford Tesmer, Russell Vandeberg and Duane "Pete" Peterson.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Lung Association of Wisconsin in care of the Gesche Funeral Home.


Online condolences may be made at


The Gesche Funeral Home is assisting Bob’s family with funeral arrangements.


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----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) October 26, 2011


Lulloff, Robert "Bob" (Thank You from Anita and Children - 2011)


THANK YOU - From Anita Lulloff and Children


It would take pages to capture all the words of gratitude to those who provided care to "Bob" in the late winter of his life, for the hundreds of cards and personal messages upon "Bob’s" passing, to the providers of flowers for the funeral and for the abundance of contributions in memoriam. But, following is a brief chapter to close out Bob’s earthly life with thanks to each and every one of you.


To Dr. Hardesty, Ashley, aides, nurses, and hospital staffs for their loving touch and tender care of both Bob and Anita.  To the police, paramedics and ambulance services in their response to a "tough" 911 call. To Richard and Patricia for comforting us at Bob’s final bed side. To the community for its recognition of Bob’s public services.


To Tim and staff at the Gesche Funeral Home for their compassionate guidance to the family in all of the funeral arrangements. To Pastor Bryan for bringing all of our thoughts together, softly consoling the family and illustriously leading Bob’s way to his eternal life and providing nourishment to our souls.  To Audrey for being Anita’s close friend. To the church staff. To Joe and Eileen honoring Bob with song and music. To "Howie" for sharing Bob’s business and friendship experience. To the pallbearers and honorary pallbearers for their living escort of Bob.


To the Patriot Guard Riders for their flag displays in Bob’s honor and to the Neillsville Veteran’s Council for their salute to Bob’s service to America. To the bugle player for playing taps. To the "kitchen crew" at the UCC for providing nourishment to our bodies. And as we rested, to friends who brought food to our home.


Forgive us for any who we may not have recognized as all of you associated with Bob’s and Anita’s lives are in our hearts.


We are so thankful to our Lord that He, in His way, gracefully took our beloved husband and Dad from his earthly presence to a place of everlasting peace where we will be joined again.



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