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Robert Scholler - Class Of 1956

Robert A. Scholler, 79, of Kennesaw, GA, previously of East Stroudsburg, PA, went home peacefully to be with our Lord surrounded by his loving family, on May 13, 2017 at Windy Hill Hospital, Marietta, GA.

Bob was born on August 18, 1937 and raised in Kenosha, WI, the son of Emma (Kraus) Scholler and Adolph H. Scholler.  He was a 1956 graduate of Mary D. Bradford High School.

Bob proudly served his country with the United States Army from 1960-1962.  Upon receiving an honorable discharge, he worked for both Dynamatic and Eaton Corporations as a field service technician, troubleshooting and repairing commercial and industrial drive controls, as well as electronic circuit board repairs for industrial speed controlled equipment.  In 1981, Bob started his own company, I.P.C. Board Repair, Inc. based in East Stroudsburg PA, retiring in 2017.

Bob is survived by his wife, Sheila (Cody) Scholler; seven children: Michael Scholler, Heidi (Joseph) Cunningham, Michelle Scholler, Joseph (Patty) Scholler, William (Betsy) Schenmeyer, Hollie (Eric) Engwer, Ulderic (Rachel) Boisvert; and his sister, Marion Holst.  He is also survived by 23 grandchildren:  Autumn, Jacob, Angellica, Joshua, Robert, Matthew, Caitlin, Sean, Ronald, Debbie, Rena, Danielle, Ashley, Bradley, Cody, Nicholas, Nicole, William, Jessica, Heatherlyn, Sarah, Madison, Ulderic; 16 great grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews and caring friends.

He is predeceased by his brother Donald Scholler, and sisters Dorothy Woroch, Ruth Scholler, Lucille Kloet, and Elaine Skora all of Kenosha, WI.

A Memorial Mass of Christian Burial was held on June 12, 2017, at Saint Catherine of Siena in Kennesaw, GA.  Winkenhofer Pine Ridge Funeral Home, Kennesaw, is compassionately serving the family.

The family of Robert A. Scholler wishes to thank the Doctor, nurses, and staff of both Wellstar Windy Hill Hospital and Kennestone ICU North for their compassion, caring and understanding during Bob's recent hospitalizations.  They also extend a very special thanks to the volunteers of the Cobb County Fire Company #24.