Obituaries

Robert Norman Daringer Sr.

Apr 29, 2019
Daringer, Robert news

Services

A family directed graveside service will be held at a later date.

Cemetery

Garden of Memories Cemetery

Biography

Robert Norman Daringer Sr., 78, of Waterloo, died on Monday, April 29, 2019 at Maple Manor Village in Aplington, of natural causes.

Robert was born on December 8, 1940 in Waterloo, to Ralph and Effie (Eifert) Daringer

He graduated from Waterloo West High School in 1957 and then served in the Unites States Marines Corps. 

Robert raced cars for a couple years and then worked in the foundry at John Deere Tractor Works until the late 1990's. He then worked as a roofer with two of his sons until fully retiring in 2007.

Robert married Barbara A. Bahr in April of 1968; she preceded him on July 11, 2016. 

He was a member of UAW Local 838. He enjoyed bowling, golfing, and reading. 

Survived by five sons, Michael (Laura) Johnson of Kentucky, Billy (Donna) Daringer of Waterloo, Robert Daringer Jr. of Madison, WI, David Daringer of Portage, WI, and Kevin “Scott” (Dawn) Daringer of Evansdale; six daughters, Dawn Johnson of Waterloo, Jodi (Cory) Bradley of Waterloo, Melissa (Tony) Clark of Elk Run Heights, Toni Jo (Dennis) Daringer-Smith of Casper, WY, Kathy of Charles City and Penny of Waterloo; sixty-three grandchildren; twenty-three great-grandchildren; seven great-great-grandchildren; two sisters, Betty of Des Moines and Hazel (Ronald Sr.) of Cedar Falls; and four brothers, Richard of Cedar Falls, Ralph Jr. of Davenport; Lewis (Joyce) of Waterloo, and Billy of Cedar Falls.

Preceded in death by his parents; beloved wife, Barbara; son, Randy; two grandsons, Trent Allen Clark and Anthony Marvin Clark; two great-grandsons, Taylor James Tovar and Cory Michael Tovar; and a brother, Gary. 
 

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  1. BOOTS | May 05, 2019
    Daringer Family: Rest in Peace Bob. Now you are with Barb. Our memories of the Karaoke Shows, when you and Barb would sing "This is us " together. What an awesome couple  and it was a total pleasure of being around the two of you and spending time with you and Barb. We put on a birthday celebration for my family members that had birthdays in August and at the Izzac Walton and the two of you came. it was great to see you and Barb at the various shows. It was a total honor to be able to call you both, OUR FRIEND. You will be missed!  BOOTS & RJ  Hoffman

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