ESSEX JUNCTION — Robert (Bob) J. Jameson, 77, of South Starksboro/Essex Jct., passed away on April 1, 2017, from complications of COPD. He was born on July 15, 1939, in Wallingford, the son of William and Beatrice (Clark) Jameson. Bob had worked for Pike Industries and Breadloaf Construction (retired). He currently was living in Essex Jct.
He really enjoyed hunting and fishing and motorcycling. Bob was a member of the Army National Guard. Bob also enjoyed his time in Florida each winter. Bob is survived by his loving companion Yvonne Racicot, his sons Bobby, Jr. and his wife Sherry of Ky., Bill and daughters Lisa, Kathy, and Janet, his brother Bradley and his wife Ellie of N.H., his sisters Lucy Carlson of N.H., Shirley Bell, Verna and Carl of Fla., 10 grandchildren and six-great-grandchildren, and extended family, Paul, Bonnie, Linda, Paula, Jennie and Paul, and especially Wyatt and Kyle; and also his best friend Jim Hoag of Monkton.
Anybody who asked Bob for help, he was always there to help.
He was predeceased by his brothers George, Frank and William, sisters Dora Black and Beatrice Newell and his parents. A private burial will be at later date in Starksboro. The family wishes to thank the nurses and staff at McClure Miller VNA Respite House, 3113 Roosevelt Highway, Colchester, VT 05446 and contributions can be made to the respite house.◊
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