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Bob Yergo - Year Entered 1966

Bob Yergo

Robert Yergo died in his home June 27, 2016 of an apparent heart attack.

The funeral will be Tuesday, July 11, 2016, at the Veteran's Memorial Cemetery. There will be a military funeral and Howard Baker will conduct a brief service.

Cards may be sent to:

Linda Yergo

15115 Lantern Creek Lane

Houston, TX  77068

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07/02/16 12:06 PM #1    

Al Kersha (1967)

My condolences to Bob's famly.   I met Bob many years ago (I believe in Miami, Fl.) and remember him as a friendly, polite and intelligent young man.  We both attended the same church congregation for  a period of time till he left for A.C. ahead of me.     -  Al  Kersha.




07/17/16 12:02 AM #2    

Cledice Decker (1959)

Linda Herzog Yergo writes:

Carl Robert Yergo was known from childhood as Bob.  He was a husband, father and diligent employee.  He was born in a small town in Pennsylvania.  He passed away on June 27,2016, having just turned 75 in May. 

In Pennsylvania, he majored in accounting at Penn State University and then volunteered for the Army during the Vietnam era.  He was chosen for Army Intelligence School.  He then served in the Army in Miami, Florida as an investigator and special agent for 3 years.  He lived in an apartment, wore civilian clothes, and drove an unmarked government car.

He entered Ambassador College in 1965 and attended one full year and parts of another since his accounting knowledge was needed in the Business Office of the college and church.  He was the only employee with a four year accounting degree at that time and for several years thereafter.  In addition to working in the Business Office, Bob also taught one or two business classes at AC for a year or two or three.

He later gained a Masters of Business Administration from California State University, Los Angeles.

He was married to Linda Herzog for 48 and a half years.  He also leaves behind his only child, Bryan--his pride and joy. 

Later Bob was a very diligent employee as an accountant in the Oil and Gas industry and he provided a good life for his wife and son.  He especially enjoyed recent trips to four cities-- Paris, France; Vienna, Austria; Budapest, Hungary and Bratislava, Slovakia.  His father's family came from Slovakia.  His mother's heritage was French so Bob got to visit both of the countries of his ancestors. 

Bob was a big help to Linda and Bryan in many ways and especially due to his extensive computer knowledge.  He will be greatly missed.

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