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Robert William

Nolan, Robert. W. “Bob”
Passed away peacefully at home on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 at the age of 76 years. Beloved Husband and Best Friend of Mary Lou (Nee Kliszcz). Dear Brother of Daniel (Norrine) Nolan, the late Charles (Hedy) Nolan, the late John (MaryLou) Nolan, the late Virginia Kalins. Brother-in-law of the late Donald (Mary) Kliszcz. Proud Uncle of Donald (Linda) Baral, Charles (MaryAnn), James (Ana), Mathew (Sheila) and Steven Nolan, Denise (Jason Gott) Nolan-Gott and Dawn (Glenn) Strand, David (Cheryl) and Paul (Barbara) Kliszcz. Also survived by grand nieces, grand nephews, other relatives and many friends.
Visitation Wednesday, December 17th at ST. GREGORY THE GREAT CHURCH ( S. 60th and W. Oklahoma Ave.) from 9:30AM-11:30AM with a Mass of Christian Burial at 11:30AM.
In lieu of flowers, memorials to the American Heart Association or the charity of your choice appreciated. Special Thank You to Compassionate Care Home Hospice, especially his nurses Anna and Gina. Bob retired from the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Department as a Bureau Director Captain. Bob was a Veteran of the U.S. Air Force.


Past Comments

Ernest Wendt

Bob Nolan a wonderful man with a great sense of humor. May God be with you.

Bob & Pat Zehm

Bob & I will always remember very fondly all the fun trips to Vegas..(more then 20 years)…Also the Sunday night dinners with cocktails first at their house or ours…All the fun times at Mittens usually on Saturday nights…And, of course, we can’t forget all the years that the 2 Bob’s were golf & bowling partners… What a pair they were…We too will miss Bob…
Pat & Bob Zehm

dawn e. strand

My uncle Bob wow…always my dads brother who when I was little always scared me because he was so tall. But I have two beautiful memories of my uncle Bob.1- is my wedding, I knew that walking down the aisle I would not be able to look at my dad, I knew he would make me cry so here I am walking down iam looking at all the people, who do I see! Uncle Bob crying and I mean crying …that was it!! I Lost all control tears start rolling.2..uncle Bob and aunt Marylou came to az to visit dad and ma and us,they were by dads and glenn and I stopped by. Oh my god we get there and sitting in a chair in shorts and his shirt UNBOTTON..i never saw uncle Bob without dress pants and uncle Bob looked normal, ha ha.I will always have these two precious memories of him. I will always have uncle Bob in my you uncle dawn

Clebo Wheatly

Denise and I met Bob and MaryLou in Vegas. We were visiting with Chuck and Maryann. Bob treated us like family and was just a genuine nice man to us. He will be missed by many, we will always remember him as a great man . Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.

Clebo & Denise

Ernest Wendt

Bob Nolan a wonderful man with a great sense of humor. May God be with you.

Sandy Mitten

Mary Lou, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Bob. I will always remember when you two used to come into Mittens and we would always have a good time talking and laughing and sometimes even dancing. He was a heck of a good guy. I will keep you in my prayers for the strength that you will need at this time.

Sandy Mitten

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