Robert  Theiller

Robert George Theiller

1927 - 2018

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Obituary of Robert Theiller

Robert "Bob" 90. of Santa Rosa and Palm Desert passed away at home in Palm Desert. Bob was born in Petaluma. to Rudy and Martha Theiller. He grew up on their apple ranch on Gravenstein Highway in Sebastopol. After his graduation from Analy High School he enlisted in the U. S. Army serving from 1946-1948 as a cook. Bob attended SRJC and completed his degree from UC Berleley. After graduation he taught at SR High School . He met and married Joyce Arlene Carrington in 1956. Bob worked for Joyce's father Charles Carrington where he learned the Real Estate Business. He became a Broker and started his own firm, Carrie Realty. Bob served on the Sonoma County Board of Realtors for many years, maintaining his license until the time of his death. He also served as a Sonoma County Supervisor for the Fifth District for 8 years, serving on the Bay Area Air Quality Control Board and the California Coastal Commission. Bob enjoyed his family friends, a good party and traveling , especially on cruises with the family. He was a Cal Bear Alumni supporter. and in the past he held season tickets to the Cal football games and prided himself on not missing the big game. He was over a 50 year member of the Santa Rosa Golf and Country Club which entitled him to a lifetime membership.
He is survived by his wife Joyce; children Carrie Schrup (Nick), of IA,, Rudy Theiller (Sabrina), Robert Theiller Jr, and Randy Theiller all of Santa Rosa; grandchildren Tiffinee Theiller, Jasmine Laforge (Luke), Kayla Theiller, Natalie Theiller, Nicholas Schrup, Rourke Theiller and Brianna Theiller and great grandchildren, Zoe Theiller, Lilly Theiller and Luke Laforge II. He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother Rudy who died on the USS Arizona in Pearll Harbor.
Freinds and family are invited to attend a Funeral Service on January 20, 2018 at 2:00 P.M at Santa Rosa Memorial Park, 1900 Franklin Ave, Santa Rosa. In lieu of flowers donations in his memory may be made to UC Berkley .