Robert A. Massey death – obituary, cause of death : Robert A. Massey 73, was born on February 10, 1948 in Bowling Green, Ohio. son of the late Albert and Doris (Seem) Massey. He was pronounced dead on Wednesday, August 18, 2021 at Bay Park Hospital, Oregon, Ohio.
Robert A. Massey attended Townsend School and graduated from Margaretta High School in 1966. After his graduation, he gained employment for Gulf Oil at the Ohio Turnpike Plaza in Vickery. He served in the United States Army from 1969-1971 and he then returned to work at Gulf Oil. Where he worked for 30 years. He established and ran Massey Lawn Service, he spent years hauling propane in the winter for Myers Bottled Gas in Sandusky. Robert started his second career when his wife founded Nana & Papa’s Kettle Corn, which they enjoyed operating together until retirement. He was known to be a supportive of his family and friends alike.
Robert A. Massey was a member of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Vickery. He loved the outdoors and enjoyed fishing with his friends, he liked playing card games with his friends but spending quality time with his family made him happier, especially, babysitting his great granddaughters with his wife, Judy.
Robert got married to Judith A. Miller on September 18, 1971. They both passed away on August 18, 2021, just one month shy of their 50th anniversary.
He is survived by his two children, Cherie (Rich) Oddo of Bellevue and Robert L. (Rachel) Massey of Castalia; two granddaughters, Taylor (Joseph) Sickler and Peyton Massey (Caleb Adams, fiancé); two great granddaughters, Riley and Dani Sickler; five siblings, Sue (Jerry) Chambers of Clyde, Diane Lynn Wright of Clyde, Debra (Ralph) Standiford of Elkview, WV, Steve Massey of Clyde, and Cindy (Thomas) McKee of Millington, Tn.
A walk-through visitation, entering the front door and exiting the back door, will be held on Saturday, August 28, 2021 from 10:00 am until Noon at Mitchell-Auxter Funeral Home, 218 South Main St., Clyde, Ohio. The graveside service will be held at McPherson Cemetery, at 12:30 pm, with military rites.
Memorials may be made, if desired, to the American Heart Association or organization of choice.