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Robert "Bob" L.D. Fleeman

September 3, 1941 — December 15, 2023


Robert (Bob) L.D. Fleeman, died at home in the loving arms of his wife December 15th , 2023. He
was born September 3rd , 1941 in Wichita, Kansas to Dottie and James Fleeman.
Bob grew up in the Salvation Army Church with 5 siblings and too many nieces and nephews to
count. He married Barbara Jean Plush May 28th, 1965. They shared 58 years together. They
attended East Minster Presbyterian Church and Chapel Hill Methodist Church many years until
moving to Hutchinson, Kansas to be near family.
Bob, aka Bobo, was known for his humor, optimistic outlook, and generosity with everyone.
That combination made him a natural in his sales career. While working for Mueller, Bob had
the privilege of traveling to over 100 countries. He made sure to golf in as many of them as
possible. In addition to golf, Bob was also passionate about Shocker athletics. However, Bob
would have told you that his greatest source of joy was his children – Bradley Dean, Brenna Kay,
& Brian James. Bob especially loved family reunions with his kids and grandchildren. Every two
years, the whole gang would head to the lake or mountains.
Never did his faith show more than when dealing with his recent health decline. Bob found
great comfort in knowing he would spend eternity with his savior, Jesus Christ. He relished the
idea of playing golf with Jesus in heaven!
Survivors include son, Brad (wife Margaret, and children Taylor &; Lauren) of North Carolina.
Daughter, Brenna (husband Julien, and children Skylar & Ashton) of California. Son, Brian (wife
Jessica, and children Jake, Beau & wife Maddie, Grace & husband Grant, Mattilin, Dexter, with
great grandchild, Bellamy,) of Hutchinson, KS.
A celebration of life is planned for June of 2024. Date to be announced. We invite you to join
family as we plan to honor him with a requested “party”.
Gifts and memorials may be made to Reno County Young Life at 14 S. Main, Hutchinson, KS
67501. To leave a condolence for the family, visit:

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