Robert C. Koerner

December 10, 1962 - February 10, 2011
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Robert C. Koerner age 48, formerly of Beaver Dam, died unexpectedly on Thursday February 10, 2011 in Lisle, IL. Visitation for Robert will be held at the Murray Funeral Home in Horicon on Tuesday Feb 15, 2011 from 10:00 AM until 12:00 noon. The funeral service will follow at the funeral home on Tuesday beginningContinue Reading

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Jennique Klotz left a message on February 16, 2011:
I am so sorry for your loss. I worked under Robert for a couple of years and he was a wonderful boss. One thing that I will always remember about him was his laugh! He had a laugh that was contagious and unforgettable. My deepest condolences. left a message on February 15, 2011:
My deepest condolences to Robert''s family. I have only been had the honor of knowing Robert for a few years. From the moment he came to Gladson it felt like we were friends for years, he made everyone feel special. No matter what their position. He was a great man, boss, and friend. I will miss the random instant messeges of random hilarious movie quotes. Which he some how knew just when to send when I was having a bad day. I will truly miss my "neighbor", a nick name given to him after learning he was from Wisconsin. We are all blessed to have had in in our lives. I hope he knew how special he was. He definitley left an everlasting impression in my life. And will never be forgotten. God bless to the Koerner family. Rest in peace my neighbor. Darci DeFronzo
Scott Bond left a message on February 14, 2011:
It was an absolute pleasure and honor to have worked for and with Robert at ACNielsen. He cast a very large shadow with his amazing knowledge and understanding of complex processes, his professionalism, his humanity, and his sense of humor. Godspeed Robert and God Bless the Koerner Family.
Joy Weishan left a message on February 14, 2011:
This was such a shock to all. Robert''s leaving Nielsen was a great loss to me because I really enjoyed coming into work everyday with Robert around. He left Nielsen less than a year after I started working under him and what a great impression he made in my life in that short time period. I remember his positive attitude, smile and laugh. He set the positive standards high and taught so many people the value of laughter. God Bless your family on this great loss. Life seems so short for some. Robert made his time here with all of us really count.
Kathryn DeYoung left a message on February 14, 2011:
Robert took great pride in his job, but more importantly he took great pride in his family. He will truly be missed and know that my thoughts and prayers are with you, his family and friends.
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Jan Meade left a message on February 14, 2011:
To the Robert Koerner Family, My condolences to the family of Robert Koerner. Robert was highly respected at Gladson and will be greatly missed. May you find comfort in the memories shared during his lifetime. May he rest in peace. Respectfully, Jan Meade
Pearl keller and Sue Conolty left a message on February 14, 2011:
Cindy words can''t express our heartfelt sudden lose of your beloved Robert. May the Grace of God be with and all who knew and loved him. We will miss seeing him around out side
Gene Sass left a message on February 14, 2011:
Reflecting on the last several years during which I had the privilege of working with Robert has given me a clear understanding of the tragedy of his loss. Some people strive to live lives of honor and integrity. Robert embodied these traits as naturally as a duck sheds water. His examples of positive attitude, professional commitment and wonderful sense of humor will forever remain a standard by which I may measure my success as a person. My thoughts and prayers are with Roberts family and those who loved him. May God comfort you in your loss. Sincerely, Gene Sass
Nancy Possin left a message on February 14, 2011:
I truly enjoyed the many years I had Robert as a boss, he was a great mentor and a true gentleman. I will miss his passion for his family, his ability to recite odd verses from movies and his laugh. My deepest sympathies to his famiy
Koepsell Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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