Bobby Dale Heilskov, 70, of Hampton, passed away April 5, 2019, at the Rehabilitation Center of Hampton, in Hampton, Iowa. He was born August 7, 1948, in Hampton, Iowa to Holger and Mary (Carman) Heilskov.
Bob graduated from Hampton Community High School in 1966. He was married to Kathy Stech on March 31, 1968, in Hampton, Iowa. Bob worked as a farmer all of his life. He was a member of the Hampton United Methodist Church in Hampton, Iowa and was on the REC Board of Directors for over 30 years. Bob enjoyed playing cards, annual family trips to Okoboji, bowling and attending his kids and grandkids activities. He was also an avid Iowa Hawkeye fan.
Bob is survived by his wife Kathy Heilskov of Coralville, son Creed (Sarah) Heilskov of Coralville, son Jason (Kerry) Heilskov of North Liberty, grandchildren Marin Heilskov, Ava Heilskov and Josh Heilskov, brother Gene (Marilyn) Heilskov of Hampton, sister Linda (Roger) Cyganek of Sarasota, Florida, brother Craig (Ronda) Heilskov of Mason City, sister-in-law Sharon (Jim) Koenen of Hampton, brother-in-law Bill (Sue) Stech of Altoona and brother-in-law Terry (Jimmie) Stech of Lexington, Kentucky.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
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Sorry to hear of Bob's passing. I too have fond memories of our childhood and Saturday evening's when the kids stayed together and when our parents would head to the Surf. Also the fond memories of St John's.
Sorry to hear of Bob's passing. I was able to visit him the last time I was in Hampton. May you gather strength knowing he will be missed. God bless. Roger Crawford Mesa, AZ
Kathy, Creed, and Jason,
I’m sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. We had a lot of fun growing up. I especially remember the kids together while all our parents were having card club, and lots of fun at St. John’s. Those were wonderful memories. He was a good guy.
Jane Jorgensen Vandre
Sorry to hear of Bobs passing. Had alot of around him : he keep the conversation going usually with some joke or saying: He would drive the bulk truck for me when i had meeting or a week off: he really kept it interesting to hear of the past week. Sorry i cant be there. Will be thinking of you. Bob Ubben
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