Obituary of Robert David Lobell
January 29, 1945 – September 16, 2021
Robert “Bob” Lobell, born on 01/29/1945 in New York to his father Benjamin Emmanuel Lobell and his mother Claire Iris Encherman, died at his home in Nevada City on September 16, 2021. Bob chose to terminate his life in order to avoid the unbearable effects of Parkinson’s disease.
Prior to earning college degrees in Anthropology (Cal State LA) and Human Development (CCNY), Bob’s professional experience included: being an academic factor; care for experimental laboratory animals; pathology laboratory technician (autopsy assistant); Radio DJ and public affairs interviewer (WNMU FM, Marquette, Michigan); Legal Assistant; and academic tutor.
Bob moved to California around 1988, when he was hired to teach at Sunflower School. His wife Jennifer Long’s children attended school, allowing Bob and Jen to get to know each other before their marriage in 1992.
Several years later, Bob began working as a paralegal with Northern California Legal Services specializing in senior citizen law, working closely with Nevada County Adult Protective Services regarding issues related to the elderly. elder abuse. In addition to teaching, Bob’s interests included politics, music, organic gardening, academic tutoring and in particular writing letters to the editor of the GV Union newspaper. Bob was also a licensed mediator.
Bob is survived by his wife and visual artist Jennifer Long, his sister Judith Rachael Lobell, 4 children: Darci Thibodeau, Rose McCollough, Lucia Cortright and Tahoe Arbogast, as well as 13 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren, of whom he everyone was busy. like his. And thanks to FEN, the final release network, for their choice support in Death.