In loving memory of

Robert L. "Bob" Overbaugh
July 26, 1931 - June 5, 2019

WAUNAKEE-MCFARLAND-Robert L. "Bob" Overbaugh of Waunakee/McFarland passed away on June 5, 2019, at the age of 87 while in the exceptional care of Agrace HospiceCare. He was born on July 26, 1931, in Hartland, WI, the son of Louis and Annabelle Overbaugh.

Bob graduated from Hartland High School in 1949, and was then drafted into the Army and served from 1951-1953 in the Korean War. Following discharge, he attended the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and graduated in 1958 with a BA in Business Administration. He played basketball for UW Whitewater.

Bob was a kind, caring family man who enjoyed travel, sports and house projects. Bob's career included employment in sales, investment brokering, finance and mortgage lending, and he retired from National Mutual Benefit in 1998. Bob was a member of the VFW Post 11244 and Crossroads United Methodist Church (UMC) in Waunakee.

He is survived by his wife, Lois (Hughes); daughter, Kelly (Overbaugh) Boie of Minneapolis, MN; son, Clark (Katie) Overbaugh of Aldie, VA; grandchildren, Bryn and Carter Overbaugh; and his sister, Carol Ann Aiken of Delafield, WI.

A memorial service will be held on June 15, 2019 at Crossroads UMC, 5901 Hogan Rd, Waunakee, WI 53597 at 11:00 a.m. followed by a luncheon at Rex's Innkeeper, 301 N. Century Ave in Waunakee. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the church, the USO, or the Alzheimer's Association. Please share memories and stories.

Winn-Cress Funeral Home
5785 Hwy Q
Waunakee, WI


Peggy and Tony Rasberry wrote on Jun 14, 2019:

"Uncle Bob was always up for a good card game of euchre. Even though most times it was the women that won! We also remember that he had a ?green thumb? with beautiful flowers and gardens. Much love to Aunt Lois and the family."

Shirley Woods wrote on Jun 10, 2019:

"Lois, I?m so very sorry to hear of Bob?s passing. I will always remember him as a good and kind person and a wonderful neighbor, ready to lend a helping hand without ever being asked. We missed you both after leaving SunRiver and hope you?ll have occasion to visit at sometime in the future. My sincere condolences to you and your family. ?Shirley Woods "

Nikki St Clair wrote on Jun 9, 2019:

"I am so sorry for your tremendous loss, Lois. "

Koni and Dave Ritch wrote on Jun 9, 2019:

"So sorry to hear of Bob's passing. We were blessed to have Bob and Lois as our neighbors in St George. He always had a hug for me when I saw him. He has been missed in the neighborhood and will be missed in life. Our prayers to Lois and the rest of the Overbaugh family. Take solace in knowing that Bob is with our Lord, now."

Pat Stratton wrote on Jun 9, 2019:

"What a dear man! He always had a twinkle in his eyes and did his best to make everyone smile or have a good laugh. So thankful for the years I worked with Bob at National Mutual Benefit."

Natalie Fuller wrote on Jun 9, 2019:

"I am so sorry to hear about Bob's passing. My Mom (Mary Statz) has so many wonderful memories of Bob and Lois. Not too long ago my husband and I stopped unannounced at their house in St. George on a road trip as my Mom told me that they lived in that city. They welcomed us with open arms and we got to hear some great stories. Thinking of the Overbaugh family. Praying for you. -Natalie Fuller (Statz family) "

Bob and Donna Anderson wrote on Jun 8, 2019:

"Bob and Donna Anderson, St. George Ut Our hearts are heavy to hear of Bob's passing. Knowing him was such a pleasure, Loved his coffee, so will have a special cup tomorrow in his memory.Sympathy to all his family."

Tammi Alexander, Badger Honor Flight wrote on Jun 7, 2019:

"The volunteers, flight team and board of Badger Honor Flight mourn the loss of their hero, Robert Overbaugh. We are thankful for his military service and proud to have served him on his trip to Washington, D.C. on May 12, 2018."

Helen Hoeft wrote on Jun 7, 2019:

"Many fond memories of working with Bob some 46 years ago at Harris Upham. I remember his who?s who clients in Madison dealing in wheat, corn and soybeans futures. He was kind and fun to work with. My sympathy to his family. Helen Hoeft"