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Robert Sturgeon

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Robert Sturgeon of Covington, KY passed away on Tuesday, March 23, 2021 at 83
years old. On his 17th birthday, 12-6-54, Robert Sturgeon joined the Air Force with
his identical twin brother, Jack Sturgeon. They served side by side for three years.
Robert was better known as “Bob” or “Uncle Bob”. He spent most of his adult life
as a Trainer at local racetracks such as River Downs, Turfway Park, etc. He was
loved and respected by many. Survived by his brother – Charles Sturgeon, his son
– Tyrone Sturgeon, his grandson – Lucious Tyler Sturgeon, nephew – Bobby
Sturgeon, niece – Dina Estrella-Silvati, niece – Jackie Stephens, niece – Teresa
Schrage as well as great nieces and nephews that loved their Uncle Bob very
much. He left an impression on the hearts of many and will be missed. Preceded
by his Mother – Lola Sturgeon, his Father – Henry Sturgeon, brothers – Jack
Sturgeon, Bill Sturgeon, Jay Sturgeon, Richard Sturgeon, Roy Sturgeon, Arnold
Sturgeon and his daughter – Roxanne Sturgeon. In order to respect Bob
Sturgeon’s final wishes as well as best practices for Covid 19, there will not be a
gathering. The family is so grateful for all condolences and appreciate the kind
thoughts and prayers during this time. They simply ask that everyone who knew
him reflect on the good times and rejoice with them as they celebrate him
crossing the Finish Line of the biggest race he ever ran…. a life of 83 years.

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January
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January
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Always Remembered

Although my memories with Uncle Bob are few and far between…. I knew you well enough to know your passion that existed, for not only horses, but for your family. May that legacy continue on in those who knew you best, and may the memories you shared bring comfort during the most difficult times. Celebrating your life, and your reunion in heaven, with those who have gone on before you. Give a big hug to my Dad for me! ❤️


Deepest Sympathy

I met you uncle Bob several times at church and the Ft Wright driving range. Such an amazing man. I am sorry for your loss but happy for his gain with Jesus.
Beth and WC Stewart