Robert A. Herman


Robert “Bob” Allan Herman, 67 of Reminderville died on December 10, 2020 in his home

after 16 month battle with cancer. Born February 19, 1953 in Cleveland, son of Joseph

and Delores (nee Fishburn). Preceded in death by his parents and brother Joseph II. Survived

by wife Denise (Nee Pianowski), sons: Steven (Roxanne), Kevin (Rebecca), Justin (Catelyn),

grandchildren: Zack, Logan, Abigail, Tyson and Tessa, brother Richard (Lee); numerous

in-laws, nieces and nephews.

Bob was a hard worker, selflessly completing tasks for loved ones and happily provided for

his family. He spent many years as a truck driver with over 20 years at YRC. He loved

spending time with his family, collecting trains, baking his special chocolate chip cookies,

making chocolate candies and providing dog treats to every dog he met.

A common pass time for Bob was sitting in the woods hoping to see an animal, he referred to

this as “hunting.”

Memorial contributions may be given to your local Humane Society. A celebration of life to be

held in Spring 2021.

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  1. Pattie Macik says:

    I’m so very sorry to hear of this especially at this time of year. My heartfelt thoughts and prayers to all of you especially to Denise and the family. May Bob Rest In Peace. He’s an angel watching over all of you now. God bless all of you.

  2. Rebecca Gresh Hamilton says:

    Sorry for your loss. My prayers to the family. I am a fellow Class of 71 Bedford Grad, and was very sorry to hear of Bob’s passing

  3. Sherry Merkel says:

    What a pleasure knowing that Bob was my Daughter’s father in law! He was always making her cookies, chocolates and bringing her the best of Desserts! When he visited her or when she was traveling to see him! She would always say when her and Justin arrived home from visiting him! Mom, Bob asked how you are and tell you hi! What a sweet man! Fly high Bob! No more suffering may you Rest In Peace! What comfort we have knowing that your watching over all of us! Sending love, hugs and prayers to help through the sorrow!