Robert Charles Hirsch | Passages

Robert Charles Hirsch died April 2 in Coolidge, Ariz. He was 65.

Hirsch was born March 28, 1947 in Strong City, Kan. He was a U.S. Army veteran, serving during Vietnam in Korea. He worked as a machinist for the railroad and loved carpentry work. He was an outdoorsman and in his younger days enjoyed dirt bike riding. Later in life, he enjoyed fishing at Cottonwood Falls for catfish. He enjoyed cooking, especially seafood and steaks. He always looked forward to family outings.

No services will be held per his request, Donations preferred to any blood bank.

He is survived by his wife, Arlis, of Coolidge, Ariz; son, Charles Hirsch, of Poulsbo; daughters, Trinitiea Anderson of Beloit, Kan.; daughter, Michelle Palmer of Aurora, Kan., and Ciara Hirsch of Mena, Ariz.; brothers, John Hirsch of Flower, Texas, and Jim Hirsch of San Diego, Calif,, and seven grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his father, Pershing W. Hirsch, and mother, Rosalind E. Pyle.

— Family of Robert Charles Hirsch


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