Robert Aumiller Obituary, Death – Robert “Rob” Aumiller, who arrived on May 14, 1987, was given the name Richard W. Aumiller and Deborah (Thoele) Aumiller by his parents when he was named after them. After a protracted and, in the end, fruitless struggle with his bereavement, he passed on to the Kingdom Triumphant on January 6, 2023.
John Harn, Amora Aumiller, and Emmitt Aumiller are Rob’s children, and he is also survived by his mother, Deborah Aumiller, of Marion; his brother, Riley (Sommer) Aumiller of Maui, Hawaii; his sister, Allison (Jonathon) Holzapfel of Sedalia, Kentucky; and his nieces Norah Aumiller, Deanna Aumiller, and Rosalie Holzapfel. Rob is also survived by his mother, Deborah A Richard Aumiller, Rob’s father, passed away before his son was born.
Michelle Akins Aumiller, Rob’s mother, and Richard Aumiller, Rob’s paternal grandfather, both passed away before Rob was born. In the past, Rob was employed by Southern Illinois Healthcare as an imaging technician. He looked forward to the time he could spend with his kids with great anticipation. In his efforts to make the world a friendlier place, he exerted physical effort, was considerate, honest, and courteous in his interactions with others, and he was successful. He was a fantastic person who was able to positively impact the lives of a great number of other people. He was devoted to his family and had the intention of spending his spare time showering his children with love and providing for them.
In addition to being a sports fanatic, he was also a serious gamer. Depression made his life challenging and prevented others from consistently seeing the positive characteristics he possessed as a result. On the afternoon of Sunday, January 15, 2023, at three o’clock in the afternoon, there will be a celebration of Rob’s life held at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Marion. Pastor Kim Lee-Brown will preside over the event. At a later time, the burial will take place in the Elmwood Cemetery in Flora, Illinois. On Sunday, between the hours of 2:00 and 3:00 p.m., there will be a visitation held in the church.