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Robert Frank Loeffler
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Robert Frank Loeffler, October 14, 1960 – June 14, 2017.

Native Floridian and longtime Jupiter, Fla. resident Robert (Bob) Loeffler (56) passed away peacefully in hospice surrounded by his family on June 14th. He was the son of Frank J. Loeffler and Shirley H. Loeffler and grew up in Key Biscayne and South Miami.

He received an AA from the Florida Institute of Technology in 1981 and was a licensed certified refrigeration technician, R.E.T.S. Air Conditioning Degree and a member of the Mobile Air Conditioning Society (MACS). He worked for many years as an automotive A/C technician and mechanic. He also pursued a career in landscaping and was a specialist in South Florida Palm Trees.

Bob was an avid outdoors man throughout his life: he loved fishing, surfing, spearfishing and water sports. He was also an adventurer who loved flying (he worked at Miami’s Chalk’s International Airlines for many years) and racing his beloved 240 Z.

Despite his recurring health problems, Bob never complained about his condition and was incredibly brave when faced with severe complications. He strove to remain independent despite his illness. He was known for his compassion, honesty and forgiving nature; he will be dearly missed but not forgotten by all those who knew him.

He is survived by his mother, Shirley H. Loeffler, a sister, Terri L. Abramson, and niece, Taylor G. Abramson, all of Jupiter.

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