Robert Allen Bean Jr., age 70, passed away on November 10, 2022. He was a resident of Colorado Springs, CO for 36 years and formerly a resident of Fremont, Nebraska. He was a draftsman for PGS Millwork, Inc. in New York.

Robert was born on April 21, 1952, to Robert Allen Bean Sr. and Lola (Green) Hood in Valentine, Nebraska. On January 1, 1973, he married Sharon Moser in Fremont, Nebraska.

Bob was fond of woodworking. He also enjoyed fishing, napping, working on cars, model car and model ship making, and more napping, or “resting his eyes”. He was a member of Holy Apostles Catholic Church and attended Fremont High School. He served in the United States Navy for 6 years. He was a very family centered man and enjoyed many visits with his siblings, in-laws, nieces, and nephews. He was a loving and adoring husband, active and gentle father, grandfather, and papa. He was always teaching his children and grandchildren many things and loved them all dearly. Not only did he love his family but his many dogs over the years. He was “Mr. Fix-it” and could do many handyman jobs. Sharon always said, “I never needed to call a handyman, Bob knew it all”. He enjoyed many vacations with his family and loved playing card games, checkers, and Yahtzee. Bob was always finding ways to make his family laugh. He was a very selfless and helpful man.

He is survived by his loving wife of 50 years, Sharon; his daughters: Jamie (Dominic) Pedroza, Krista (Josh) Bean, and Ashlee Bean; his son, Rob Bean; his mother, Lola Hood; mother-in-law, Monica Moser; his grandsons: Nathaniel, Anthony, Matthew, Colt, Cameron, AJ, Xander, Dayton, and Jax; his granddaughters: Sabrina, Nicole, Jennifer, Jovee, and Hartley; his siblings: Jackie (Dwayne) Hammond, Tina (Dennis) Mull, Roberta Johnson, and Robin Lallman; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Robert Bean Sr.; stepmother, Irene Bean; stepfather, Clifford Hood; father-in-law, Maurice Moser; and brother-in-law, David Moser.

Memorials in Bob’s name may be made to the Pikes Peak Hospice and Palliative Care Foundation at

As Bob said, “Be happy, live, and love”.

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  1. I am so sorry for your Loss. My Dearest Family Sharon, Jamie, Rob, Ashley. Krista and family. Sending many prayers of comfort to you all during this difficult time. Remember memories are always Treasures Left in your Hearts. I never got to say Good Bye but Your memories I will always hold in my heart. Love you Dearly my Brother Bob

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