- Visitation: Wednesday, February 2, 2022 from 5 PM – 8 PM, at Heritage Funeral Homes (3801 S. Howell Ave. Milwaukee, WI)
- Mass of Christian Burial: Thursday, February 3, 2022 at 11 AM at St. Veronica Catholic Church (353 E. Norwich St. Milwaukee, WI)
- Entombment: St. Adalbert Cemetery
Robert J. Dybul “Bob”
Passed away peacefully January 28, 2022 at the age of 90 years young. Loving husband for 61 years to his beautiful wife Angela. An amazing dad to his children Joann Hertel and Mary (Pat) Osse. Proud grandpa to Kayleigh Dybul and Amanda Clay, and an extremely proud great-grandpa to Evelyn, Sai Maiyah, and Jasiah. Bob is also loved and will be deeply missed by many family members and friends.
God and his teachings were central to Bob’s life and he found strength and solace in Jesus Christ and he served as a fine example of living one’s faith. Bob served in the Navy as a senior corpsman, physician’s assistant, and medic, where his performance of duty was outstanding. Bob worked at Ladish Co. for almost 40 years until he retired in 1994. Bob was a devoted parishioner at St. Veronica’s Church where he served as an usher for many years and volunteered his time with meal services, amongst other things. Bob enjoyed traveling, musicals, plays, picture taking, sharing a joke – as cheesy as they may have been – playing dartball, doing puzzles, going to Wilson Park Senior Center, reading stories to his great-grandchildren, and singing songs to them as well. Bob enjoyed playing games with his many friends at Harbour Village Retirement Community. Bob was a wonderful person inside and out, kind to everyone he met, a dear friend, always smiling and laughing, and had a huge heart full of love which he shared with everyone.
Visitation will be held on Wednesday, from 5 PM – 8 PM, at the funeral home. Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Thursday, at 11 AM, at St. Veronica Catholic Church (353 E. Norwich St.). Entombment St. Adalbert Cemetery.
Uncle Bob will always be remembered for having a camera with him at all times. And how Uncle Bob and Aunt Angie never missed a big event here in Missouri. And keeping up with us on video chats.
Uncle Bob was always smiling and coaxing you into a movie or video. He will be missed.
I will miss our video calls uncle Bob Rest In Peace love you Terry Smith
Bob, a great cousin, we talked once in a while. You were the last of the Dybul cousins.
Joseph Dybul family