Obit: Feiner, Robert (1940- 2021)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Feiner, Goldman

----Source: Marshfield News-Herald (Marshfield, Wood Co., WI) 12/06/2021

Feiner, Robert (26 November 1940 – 3 December 2021)

Robert Feiner was born to Lilian and Henry Feiner on November 26, 1940, in St. Paul MN and died at the age of 81 on December 3rd of 2021, in his home, of covid. He was the second to the youngest son, in a family of seven.

A Memorial Service will be held at a later date.

He was preceded in death by his mother and father, and four brothers; Larrance, Henry, Joe, and Rich; one sister, Corrine and a daughter Doreen.

Surviving him is his wife, Karen of Dorchester; brother Jack Feiner (Pam) of St Paul MN, four children Jay (Dawn) Feiner of St. Paul, MN, Matt Feiner of Colby, Dan Feiner of Dorchester, and Heather Goldman (Dan) from Mass. He is further survived by 15 Grandchildren and 20 Great-Grandchildren.

Bob graduated from Johnson High School in St Paul MN in 1959, and took, two years of schooling for welding. For his work he traveled around the U.S. and Canada.

He loved his job of welding, he welded on Water tower's, storage tanks, and Nuclear power plants. Through the years, he worked for American Hoist, Chicago Bridge and Iron. PDM, Heely Ruff Corp. In the year 1972 he became one of Jehovah's Witnesses. Then in 1982, he married his wife Karen, so, he began to work locally, so he could stay home. He had jobs at J.I. Case and Merrill Iron and Steel. He retired in 1990, from his welding career. To start the career of allowed him to use his welding skills, to work for Jehovah's Witnesses, not only locally but also in foreign countries, on many building projects, and to use his time to help others to learn about Jehovah in the door-to-door ministry and conducting Bible studies with interested ones.

He also loved to hunt, do wood working projects, and building many things, like different types of bird houses, and he was known for painting many things (Feiner blue). He was a man who liked people, he would talk to anyone he met, he would always help his neighbors, any way he could.

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