Robert Lloyd Zahn
May 6, 1928 - November 16, 2019
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Kings Way United Methodist Church
Saturday 11/23, 11:00 am

Dr. Robert Lloyd Zahn passed away peacefully on November 16, 2019. Robert was born May 6, 1928 in St. Louis, MO, to Virgil and Audrey Zahn. Raised on a farm in Marshall, MO, he was a graduate of Missouri Valley College and George Washington University School of Medicine. He served his country for two years…

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Stephanie Matlock left a message on November 24, 2019:
So very sorry for your loss, Larry, Nancy, and boys! You will all be in my prayers.
Mary j Ewing left a message on November 22, 2019:
Dr zahn was my baby dr. My children's baby dr as well. He was so gentle and kind. I'm so glad he was our dr. So sorry for your family loss. He will always be remembered by my family.
Chet Breitwieser left a message on November 21, 2019:
Holding you close in our thoughts and prayers with the passing of this fine man. Chet Breitwieser, Arrow Rock, Missouri
Diane Cooper left a message on November 20, 2019:
Dr. Zahn was the best Dr. ever! He was my Pediatrician and my 2 children's too! As a child, my mom used to get mad at me for acting just fine when I got to his office and was really sick! Luckily, Strep tests still worked when you acted like you were fine! I acted that way, because I loved going to see him! He always made me feel happy! He was my Dr. even when I came home sick from college! 19 at a Pediatrician!! He said it was fine!! I'm so glad to have known him!! Diane (Mitchell) Cooper
Tom Jones left a message on November 20, 2019:
Bob was a good next door neighbor for over 20 years. We had many pleasant neighborly conversations. We will miss Bob. Glenda & Tom Jones
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BRITTNEE BYERLEY left a message on November 20, 2019:
dr zahn was my doctor my entire childhood. he was amazing, and I always got a piece of bubble gum when our visits were over. my last visit with him was bittersweet. I was the oldest kid in the waiting room, patiently waiting my turn to go in and see him. when he came in the room it was just like it had always been, like I was a little girl who didn't feel good. however, when he was done looking me over and got up to leave the room, when he made it to the door he stopped and turned around. he looked at me and smiled and said "I really enjoy seeing you, but you are gonna have to look for another doctor. he then started giggling and said, you are 18yrs old now, and I've seen you longer than I probably should have". and yes I was practically an "adult" in the eyes of the world, but he was so amazing that I didn't want to change doctors, I liked seeing him, and even at 18yrs old, I liked getting my piece of bubble gum when our visit was over. needless to say, I switched to a regular "adult" doctor after that, but I will always remember the wonderful "kid" doctor that was so warm and caring. I am so sorry for you loss, prayers to his family
David Redfern,MD left a message on November 20, 2019:
Dr. Bob was the finest gentleman I knew, always had an upbeat outlook and I was a better doctor just knowing him. In my mind I always will remember him tending the beautiful flowers an landscape at Kingsway! Prayers to his family.
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