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ROBERT ALAN BIERWEILER
August 17, 1935 ~ October 13, 2023 (age 88) 88 Years Old
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Robert Alan Bierweiler Sr., passed away peacefully on Friday 13, October, 2023. He was 88.
Robert was born in Wolfeboro on 17 August 1935. He attended school at Carpenter Elementary and Brewster Academy, and went on to attend and graduate from UNH, Durham, NH. He married the love of his life, Gwendolyn Barnard, gad three children; Robert (Chip) A Bierweiler Jr, Ossipee, NH; Steven David Bierweiler and Linda Marie Bierweiler Mitchell both of Daytona Beach, FL.
Robert worked for years managing Brewster Dairy in Wolfeboro, which late became Giles Dairy, then Weeks/Concord Dairy. He was a volunteer Firefighter with the Wolfeboro Fire Department for many years. He later joined and worked for the Town of Wolfeboro Highway Department. He also was a local weather observer for the National Weather Service.
Robert is survived by his son Chip Bierweiler and his wife Barbara Bierweiler; Son Steven; daughter Linda and her husband David; one granddaughter Robin Bierweiler Trafton and her husband Matt; one great grandson Chase Trafton; and his brother Bruce Bierweiler and his wife Susan; Sister in law Norma Richmond and her husband Charles. He was predeceased by his wife Gwen and his grandson Mark Christopher Bierweiler.
No calling hours or services are planned. A private family service will be held in the spring.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent in his name to the Laura Foundation, an organization that works with Autism or the New Hampshire Boat Museum.