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Robert Alan Shauger
April 3, 1948 ~ August 17, 2023 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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WARREN - Robert Alan Shauger 75, of Warren, MA, quietly passed away Thursday August 17, 2023 at Harrington Hospital, Southbridge after a brief illness.
Born in Suffern, NY to Frances (Arnott) Shauger and Stanley Shauger on April 3, 1948. He was the baby brother of Margaret Anne (Peggy Shauger) Elliott (Richard Elliott; deceased) (Kansas City, MO) and Stanley Thomas Shauger (Renee Gery) (Shartlesville, PA). He was married to the Love of his Life Sharron (Erickson) Shauger for 49 years, who precedes him in death. He leaves behind 5 surviving children, Robert Allen Shauger and his wife Sherry (Marts) Shauger of Bremerton, WA, Stanley Charles Shauger of Arizona, Richard Eugene Shauger of Marysville, WA, two daughters, Cheryl Lynn Shauger and her boyfriend Brandon E. Martinez of Medford, MA, and Mary Frances (Shauger) Rimmer and her husband Jon M. of Warren, MA. He is also preceded in death by daughter and son-in-law Amy (Green) Shurr and Scott Shurr of Reading, PA. He leaves behind 13 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren; and countless dear friends he gathered over his lifetime.
Robert, affectionately known as Bob, was a proud EOD Navy Veteran who served his country in the Navy for 20 years before retiring. Bob was a loving husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather. He loved to travel with his loving wife and share their adventures together. He will be missed by his family and friends.
Funeral services will be private and in the care of Rice Funeral Home, 300 Park Ave, Worcester.
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