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Robert "Bobby" Dennis Kloer
December 27, 1956 ~ November 20, 2022 (age 65) 65 Years Old
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Robert “Bobbie” Dennis Kloer, age 65, formerly of Murtaugh, Idaho passed away November 20, 2022, in Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand with his wife and son by his side, after a short battle with lung cancer.
Bobbie was born on December 27, 1956, to Harold (Slim) and Audria Sargent Kloer. He was the 5th of 8 children. He was raised on a farm in Murtaugh and attended schools in Burley. In High School, Bobbie enjoyed writing, Spanish and drama classes, which he later applied the language and writing skills, as he traveled abroad, eventually becoming an English as Second Language (ESL) teacher in places like Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and Nizwa Oman.
His teaching skills allowed him to do what he loved – travel the world, meet new people and make many friends not only in the United States but in numerous countries. During this time, in 2007, he met his wife, Aom. In 2015, they had their first child, Nicholas, and settled down in Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand, were they built a modern Thai hut as their home. Nicholas was the joy of Bobbies world, he loved to teach him many things especially different languages.
Bob also loved to return home to the USA, as often as possible, for visits. Specifically, to Idaho, to see family and friends, pick fresh asparagus, enjoy fresh cow’s milk from his brother, Dan, and swim in the canals. He always loved bringing his son home to Idaho and hoped someday to bring him here long term.
In 2021, Bob published his first book called Tom High School – Volume 1, which was basically an autobiography of his High School years. It was meant to be the first of a series.
Bobbie is survived by his wife Aom and Son Nicholas of Thailand, his siblings James Kloer of Hollister, Dan (Molly) Kloer of Paul, John (Linda) Kloer of Murtaugh, Andy Kloer of Albion and Anne (Kelly) Burbank of Washington, his aunt Joan Sargent Anderson of Coeur d’Alene, as well as many nieces and nephews.
Bobbie is preceded in death by his parents, grandparents, two brothers Jed and Paul Kloer as well as many other loved ones who no doubt were there to welcome him home.
One of Bob’s last testimonies was him confirming his faith in Jesus, in an email he wrote to his sister, saying: “I am a follower of Jesus. I repent and believe. The Holy Spirit is right here with me.”
With this, we can be comforted that Bob is now with his Savior. He is completely healed and enjoying the company of every tongue and every nation in Heaven.
A service was held on November 25, 2022, in Thailand. A celebration of life with family and friends will take place on June 10, 2023, at Nat Soo Pah Hot Springs. In his famous last word….” Adios” - Bobbie
Services are pending and will be announced by Joel Heward Hansen Mortuary.