In Loving Memory

Dr. Robert Schaer Stark

Dr. Robert Schaer Stark
July 25, 1956
October 31, 2021
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You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Gale Horlen
Hearne, TX
Wiley, Veronica, and Aubrey Crowson send our condolences to all of the Stark Family.
Wiley Crowson
Kingsville, TX
Dear Stark family,

I am so terribly sorry to hear of the passing of your dear father and husband. I can only imagine the massive void his absence has left in your family. I pray that you feel the comfort of all those praying for you both near and far.

With deepest sympathy,

Sarah McIntyre
Sarah Bullock McIntyre
Austin, TX
Stark Family,
Dr. Stark was so special to my boys. They cherished every gift that he gave them. He always thought of others. He hosted the best 4th of July celebrations. He loved his Longhorns. He truly bled burnt orange. We were so lucky to have known him. We pray the Lord provides you all with peace, strength, and comfort knowing he is now in his loving arms.
Stephen, Deanna, Sterling and Stratton Scheffer
Deanna M. Scheffer
Brenham, TX
Robert was a kind and giving person and I remember him well when we attended BHS. So sorry to hear of his passing and my deepest condolences to his loved ones.

Peace Robert.

Michael Pankonien
Michael Pankonien
Cypress, TX
Dear Beth,
I was so sorry to hear of your devastating loss. My prayers are with you and your family. It sounds as though Robert was a wonderful, caring soul and will be sorely missed by all. I hope he can put in a good word for the Longhorns!. May you find strength through faith during these dark days. Love Sally
Sally Harle Haugland
Leawood, KS
So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Joyce Schmitt Pipes
Joyce Pipes
Rockdale, TX
Our hearts go out to all of you during this difficult time. Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.

Scotty & Sirena Branton
Scotty & Sirena Branton
Brenham, TX
Beth and family: My heart truly hurts for you! Robert was always so much bigger than life so it’s extremely difficult to imagine him gone. I have so many good memories of him at the hospital throughout the years. He had a wicked sense of humor that matched mine and we were often partners in crime. Please know that I am lifting you up in prayer!

With great love, Rebecca Schroeder

PS: I’m sure Robert has already discussed the Longhorn’s current football woes with God!!!!
Rebecca Schroeder
Cape Carancahua, TX
Dear Beth and Family,
Our community will feel a rippling effect of loss. Robert was influential, generous, and an example of goodness. He quietly helped and shared...he led without pushing. (...and I think he bled orange!!)
May you be comforted to know that he truly made a difference...cherish your memories and continue his legacy.
In Christian sympathy,
Mary Lou and Roger
Mary Lou and Roger Winkelmann
Brenham, TX
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