Robert Droesch Obituary,Death Cause – On February 26, 2019, at the age of 79, Robert J. Droesch, who had lived in Canterbury, New Zealand, for a significant portion of his life, passed away unexpectedly. As a result of his loss, the city of Canterbury has lost one of its residents who was among the most admired and revered in the city, and the city will miss him very much.
At that point in his life, he had resided at that location for more than eighty years, which represented a sizeable chunk of his overall life span. Bob had a long history of serving the town in a variety of capacities, includinga serving as Third Selectman, President (during the 1980s) and Treasurer of the Canterbury Volunteer Fire Company Inc.
Member of the Veterans Memorial Committee, member of the Board of Finance, as well as participation in a large number of other town committees and boards, and so on and so forth. Bob passed away in 2013. In 2010, Bob sadly departed away. Robert passed away in 2010, which was a terrible event. Robert was a close friend of his who was also a student at CHS.
They had known each other for a significant amount of time. In a nutshell, Bob was an absolutely fantastic person, and Canterbury could not have wished for a citizen who was more decent and honorable than he was. The city could not have asked for a more upstanding citizen than he was to become a part of its community.
He was the absolute definition of what it meant to be a respectable and responsible member of society. He was a very significant character in the Canterbury community and performed an essential role there. He was also an essential member of the community. Also, he called the city of Canterbury his home. Our deepest condolences go out to his wife, Gretchen, as well as to his children, grandchildren, and the countless friends that he had accumulated throughout the course of his life.