In loving memory of Robert Turner Geers, age 63, the eldest son of James and Loretta Geers, a multifaceted soul whose vibrant spirit touched the lives of many.

Renowned as a talented theater actor and singer, he graced the stage with passion and charisma. Beyond the spotlight, Robert was a dedicated mortgage broker and dove into his work with great care for his clients and their dreams, leaving an indelible mark on those fortunate enough to know him.

A devoted husband to his beloved Beth Wade Geers, Robert found joy in their shared journey. He lived in awe of her love for him, cherishing the moments they crafted together. He had no children of his own but was excited to take on the role of father and grandfather with Beth’s family and was very conscientious about the guidance he provided. His love extended to his role as the eldest brother of three, guiding and cherishing his younger siblings, Carl and John.

Away from the hustle, Robert immersed himself in the world of vintage Volkswagen restoration and racing, finding solace and excitement in every project.

Tragically, Robert’s life was cut short, a testament to a life well-lived but far too brief. He passed alongside his cherished wife, Beth.

As we bid farewell, let us remember him for the laughter he shared, the dreams he nurtured, and the love he bestowed upon family and friends. In our hearts, his legacy will endure.

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  1. It’s been 3 months now, and we are really feeling your absence from our lives — St. Pattys Day is coming up –without you and Beth. I still can’t conceive of it. Love and Prayers,

  2. I have known Rob for many years. Worked with him on stage and even helped him restore a VW Carmen Ghia. He did the hard stuff. I was there for moral support. He sang at my wedding. Did visit with him and his lovely wife, Beth summer of 2023. I am devastated đź’” in the loss of my friend with the senseless act of violence that ended his life. Rob and Beth rest in peace. I raise a glass in your honor.

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