Robert E. Truscott

September 19, 1930 - July 25, 2022
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Robert E. Truscott, 91, of Dover, passed away Monday, July 25, 2022 in Park Village Health Care Center at Dover, following a period of declining health.

Born in North Vandergrift, Pennsylvania, he was the son of the late Cloyd E. and Lucille (Zanotti) Truscott and after graduating from Vandergrift High School, Rober…

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Robert E. Truscott, 91, of Dover, passed away Monday, July 25, 2022 in Park Village Health Care Center at Dover, following a period of declining health.

Born in North Vandergrift, Pennsylvania, he was the son of the late Cloyd E. and Lucille (Zanotti) Truscott and after graduating from Vandergrift High School, Robert honorably served his country with the United State Air Force during the Korean War in Wiesbaden, Germany. Following his discharge, Robert continued his education earning a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Penn State University and subsequently passed the C.P. A. examination.

Robert worked at Ernst and Ernst in Pittsburgh as an auditor. He was hired by Shenango as plant controller and relocated to Dover, Ohio. He became National Sales Manager for the company, and was eventually promoted to General Manager. He also served as Secretary of the company. Upon his retirement from Shenango, he went to work for Semac Industries in Millersburg, OH. He served in a number of capacities which included Controller and Board Member. Robert was a member and past Chapter President of the Ohio Mid-Eastern Association of Accountants, the National Institute of C.P.A’s, the Pennsylvania Institute of C.P.A.’s and was a life-time member of the Penn State Alumni Association.

Robert, along with his wife, nurtured their faith at the First United Methodist in Dover where they served and participated in a variety of capacities. He also enjoyed participating in the Shenanigan bowling league with his wife and lifelong companion, Dolores. Together, they greatly enjoyed spending time with their family. Dolores preceded him in death on November 20, 2013.

He is survived by his children, Rob (Courtney) Truscott and their children Madelyn and Morgan, all of Olmstead Township and Candace (Craig) Sass of Kingsport, Tennessee and their daughter Christine Sass and her husband, Josh Stahle of Mount Juliet, Tennessee.

Visitation will be held in the Geib Funeral Center at Dover on Friday, July 29, 2022 from 4 to 7 PM. A service celebrating Robert’s life will be held in the First United Methodist Church, 1725 N. Wooster Ave., Dover, on Saturday, July 30, 2022 beginning at 10:30 AM with Rev. Wesley George officiating. Visitation will also be held in the church one hour prior to the service.
Burial will follow at Dover Burial Park where the New Philadelphia VFW Post 1445 will provide military honors.

The family requests that memorial contributions be made to either the First United Methodist Church of Dover, 1725 N. Wooster Avenue, Dover, Ohio 44622, or, Special Olympics of Ohio, 3303 Winchester Pike, Columbus, Ohio 43232.

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Visitation Information

Date: Friday, July 29, 2022

Time: 4:00 pm

End Time: 7:00 pm

Geib Funeral Center at Dover

Address:

5600 N Wooster Avenue, Dover, OH, 44622

Date: Saturday, July 30, 2022

Time: 9:30 am

End Time: 10:30 am

First United Methodist Church of Dover

Address:

1725 North Wooster Avenue, DOVER, OH, 44622

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Service Information

Date: Saturday, July 30, 2022

Time: 10:30 am

First United Methodist Church of Dover

Address:

1725 North Wooster Avenue, DOVER, OH, 44622

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Cemetery Information

Date: Saturday, July 30, 2022

Dover Burial Park

Address:

N Wooster Avenue, DOVER, OH, 44622

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Donation Information

Dover First United Methodist Church

1725 N. Wooster Avenue
Dover, Ohio 44622

Special Olympics of Ohio

3303 Winchester Pike
Columbus, OH 43232

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Born: September 19, 1930
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Geib Funeral Home & Crematory

On behalf of the Geib Family and Staff, we offer our most sincere sympathy for your loss. We are honored to have been called upon to serve your family.

 

Steve and Jan Warden posted on 7/30/22

We are sorry to be out if state and unable to attend Bob's funeral. He and Dorrie were important to our church and to us. We will miss his smile, friendly talk and quick wit. Please accept our sympathy.

 

Patricia Figuly posted on 7/29/22

That executive branch of Shenango is getting smaller. May Bob Rest In Peace. God be with you.

 

Wynne Smith posted on 7/27/22

To the family of Bob Truscott, Bob was not only a wonderful neighbor , he was such a kind gentleman. He and Dory were always so sweet and kind to our grandchildren when they would stop by. Such a cute couple??He sure loved Dory and his entire family. He holds a very special place in our hearts. He will be missed !!!! He and Dory were very proud of their children and grandchildren. He was just so lovable! Love, Bob and Wynne your next door neighbors

 

Bill Blickensderfer posted on 7/27/22

Your family will always be in my childhood best of memories. As next door neighbors, it was like having a second home with Bob & Dory as our second set of parents; always wondering if we all had our chores done so we could go out to play. Sleepovers with movies and pizza was the best. And we even had a great vacation with your family one summer to Pennsylvania. All my very best to your family and I pray for God’s love and peace for all of your families.

 

Dave Blickensderfer posted on 7/27/22

I will always remember the sleepovers and your Dad yelling at me and Robbie for getting into stuff we were not supposed to be into. We TOTALLY deserved it every time!!! Good times and great memories for sure. He will be missed.

 

Bernice & Guy Steinmetz posted on 7/27/22

Candace, We are so sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad. We know you were very close. Bernice and Guy

 

Jim Mizer posted on 7/27/22

Bob was a special person. I enjoyed working with him on church committtees.We had some fun times going out to eat with some other friends, especially after church. Great sense of humor and a really great friend, My sincere sympathies to his family,

 

Brad Sayre posted on 7/27/22

My condolences to the family.He was such a nice guy that I always enjoyed talking to.He will be missed by my wife and I, she new him from the pharmacy and all the girls there really enjoyed getting to know him.He will be sadly missed.

 

Rev. Dave and Terri St.Aubin posted on 7/27/22

Bob was truly a wonderful man and will be missed. Hi smile and gentle personality will be forever remembered. We were blessed to know him. Prayers for confort for his family and friends.

 

Dave & Sue Uebel posted on 7/26/22

Thinking of Candace and Rob and their families at this sad time. We loved “Mr. T” so much and what a wonderful life he had. He had such beautiful flowers that he always enjoyed taking care of. I’m sure Bob is seeing his Dorrie again! With deepest sympathy.

 

Janet Johnson posted on 7/26/22

What a blessing to have known such a special man! Memories of Bob will always bring a smile to my heart. May God be near with peace and comfort for his loving family.

 

Melanie Patrick posted on 7/26/22

My deepest sympathy Candace and Robbie. I loved your parents. Such wonderful people. I remember the good times growing up in Indian Meadows. I remember your dad out in the yard. He kept an immaculate yard. Such a sweet man. RIP Bob. Love and prayers, Melanie (Kendle) Patrick

 

Suzanne Rutan posted on 7/26/22

I am so sorry to hear of your father's passing Candice and Robbie. I have such fond childhood memories of summer days year after year running from our house to yours back to ours back to yours.... Playing with toys, yard games, riding our banana seat bikes, and hanging out. Your father was always there in the background working in his garden, trending the trees, and keeping an eye on us. We were all so fortunate to have had our parents and our homes so close together, so full of fun activities, so safe, and so comfortable. Bob will be missed - the last of our four parents... How can that even be? The blink of an eye. Love, peace, and comfort to you both and to your families. Suzanne (Blickensderfer) Rutan

 

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