Robert Kevin Raudenbush

February 02, 1964 - August 20, 2021
Robert Kevin Raudenbush

Robert Kevin Raudenbush, 57, passed away on August 20,2021, after a short illness.

Robert is preceded in death by his parents Robert (Bob) and Josephine Raudenbush.   Robert’s spouse Candace survives.  Robert and Candace (Wright) were married late in his life.  He married his true partner and they shared 8 fabulous years of travel, friendship and loving companionship.  In addition, Robert is survived by his sister Lynne Lux and husband, Ray Lux, nieces and nephew, Michael Lux, Sarah Lux Nelson, Kalli Lux and Zoee Lux.

For 31 years Robert owned and managed Raudenbush Financial Services.  Robert loved his job and he found so much happiness in helping others. He had many hobbies; he enjoyed playing his guitar with friends, recently took up fishing, and loved socializing with friends and savoring a good glass of bourbon.  Robert was a friend to all and loved helping others.  He always had a smile on his face and a positive outlook to share.  When someone was in need Robert was the first one to make a contribution, give a recommendation or step in to help out however he could.

Services will be held in his honor Friday, August 27th, at 1:00 pm at Celebration Church 1302 Duquesne, Joplin.

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