Robert (Bob, Bobby, Roberto) Bullerman died unexpectedly on Thursday, July 16th, 2020 at the age of 75 at his home in Galesville, Wisconsin. Bob was born on June 24, 1945, and was the oldest of nine children. Bob grew up in Waterloo, IA, and he graduated from the University of Northern Iowa. Bob was a United States veteran and served in the US Army. Bob is survived by his wife Judy Clancy, his son Ian (Melissa) Bullerman, his daughter Daisy Bullerman, his step-daughter Gabriele Myers, his step-son Jason Myers, his step-daughter Jessica Myers, his four grandchildren (Izaac Teig, Evalyn Yehle, Micah LeBert, and Kai Bullerman), his seven brothers and sisters, their spouses, and his nieces and nephews. Bob was preceded in death by his father Alphonse Bullerman, his mother Alice Bullerman, his partner Brenda Schroeck, and his brother Ivan Bullerman. Bob was a devoted husband, father, and grandfather. He married his wife Judy on July 16th, 1994. He was adored by his family, friends, and members of the community. Bob had a huge heart and was full of love and compassion. He was charismatic, unique, carefree, and lived life to the fullest. He touched the lives of many people in his lifetime. When thinking about Bob, some people may remember how he loved to discuss and debate about politics. Other people will remember about how much Bob loved finding a great deal, especially those free items. Still others will remember his huge passion for cars, especially used cars. Bob was a founding member of Wiscoy Valley Land Cooperative in South Eastern Minnesota where he lived for over a decade. He had a deep passion for organic farming, gardening and protecting the environment. This community of people provided friendships and relationships that were significant through Bob’s entire life. Bob was a fluent Spanish speaker and taught Spanish in the Sparta, WI schools. After moving to Wisconsin, he became extremely passionate about supporting the Latino immigrants in the Galesville area. He was a loyal friend and advocate for his Latino neighbors, and he always dedicated much of his time to helping the Spanish speaking people in his community. Bob was a huge sports fan, he especially loved baseball. Bob was a fan of all sports and teams, however there was one team that was always a constant favorite. That team was the Milwaukee Brewers. Bob’s love of baseball was profound. He loved the statistics and strategy of the game. When the Brewers were not playing, Bob always said his favorite team was “whoever is winning”. Bob was an incredible person and will be deeply missed by his friends and family. Information about a memorial service is to be determined. Please email email@example.com for a mailing address to send sympathy cards or monetary donations.