Wednesday, April 27, 2022

Obituary - Robert James Baer

Robert James Baer 33 of Harwood, MO passed away Sunday April 24th, 2022, in Alexander, ND. Robby was born August 19th, 1988, in Springfield, MO to Robert C. Baer & Shellie D. (Peace) Baer. He met Ashley Harms in Junior High and they have been building their high school sweetheart life together ever since. They were married on April 18th, 2015 at the Rinehart Christian Church.

Robby grew up in Harwood, Mo and graduated from Northeast Vernon County with The Class of 2007. Throughout high school he worked for Harms Repair Service. After graduation he attended Spartan College of Aeronautics & Technology. His true passion was working construction and traveling for jobs throughout the United States and US territories. Robbie started out as a pipe fitter and worked his way up to foreman then general foreman. He made his way up to Construction Supervisor. Above all Robby was a family man. He loved his family and friends and he never hung up the phone without saying “Love You Bye.”Robby loved to fish, hunt, and grill his “Yard Bird”. Robby was also known for his “BAER HERE’ ISM’s.” He loved taking his family to the beach and just spending the day with friends. Robby was a member of the Baptist Church of Harwood.

Robby is survived by his wife Ashley of the home, one son Paxton Lane 2 daughters Kambrie Elise and Kinsley Marie all of the home. His mother Shellie Baer of Nevada, MO. One brother Joel Baer of Harwood, MO. 3 sisters Darci Baer of Republic, MO Tamara Brannon (Zach) of Hazen, ND and Katryna Leach (Ryan) of El Dorado Springs, Missouri, Parents Randy & Tracy Harms of Harwood, Missouri, Grandparents Darlene Peace of Nevada, MO and Judith (Bill) Michener of Red Oak, Texas, Nieces and Nephews- Zander Brannan, Hunter Leach, Bailey Brannan, Cale Brannan, Noah Baer and Abigail Baer, and numerous Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and many, many Friends that were Family. We can’t forget his dog Trick. His most memorable saying was “Family is who you make it.” Preceding him in death was his father Robert C Baer, his Grandfathers Roy K Peace and Robert J Baer.

Date: Saturday, April 30, 2022
Time: 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Visitation Location:
Schell City Baptist Church

Date: Saturday, April 30, 2022
Time: 1:00 p.m.

Service Location:
Schell City Baptist Church

Lefler Cemetery---Harwood, Missouri

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