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Robert J. Dysert
April 19, 1937 ~ December 29, 2023 (age 86) 86 Years Old
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Robert J. Dysert, age 86, died peacefully on Friday, December 29, 2023. He was born in Pittsburgh on April 19, 1937 the son of the late Charles and Freda Murphy Dysert. He is survived by his beloved wife Marilyn and three children Scott Dysert (Donna) of Hampton Township, Nancy Marshall (Dean) of Mount Lebanon and Jennifer Mensch (Matt) of Hillsboro, Oregon and grandchildren John, Christopher, Elena, Lindsey and Maria. He is survived by cousins, nieces, nephew and many friends.
Bob was a graduate of South Hills High School in Pittsburgh and Waynesburg College in 1961. He played varsity basketball there and was awarded the Curry Economics Scholarship. He married Marilyn Dutko in 1964 and resided in Pittsburgh to raise their family. He was the family connector and always had a kind word and a concern for his children, grandchildren and extended family members.
Bob was employed by the IRS as special agent criminal investigator from 1966 to 1986. He was also assigned to executive protection details with the Secret Service and in 1973, he joined the Watergate Special Prosecutors Office as a staff investigator. Bob ran a successful security business for 20 years.
Upon his retirement, Bob and wife Marilyn moved to Southwest Florida where they resided and were members of the Pelican Sound Golf and River Club in Estero, FL. Bob was an avid tennis player, competing in local and state-level tournaments and was also a member of the Beach & Tennis Club in Bonita Springs. He took on the moniker Dr. Sunshine and made many new friends from all over the country.
Services will be private for family at Laughlin Funeral Home.