In Loving Memory of Robert C. Call

March 02, 1939
Norwalk, CT
November 21, 2018
Fairfield, CT
Funeral Home

Spear-Miller Funeral Home

39 South Benson Road,
Fairfield CT US 06824

Visitation

Spear-Miller Funeral Home, Friday 5-8 p.m.

39 South Benson Road,
Fairfield,
CT 06824

November 30, 2018

Service

Spear-Miller Funeral Home

Funeral Service

39 South Benson Road,
Fairfield,
CT 06824

Saturday, December 1, 2018, 10:00 a.m.

Cemetery

Lawncroft Cemetery

1740 Black Rock Turnpike,
Fairfield,
CT 06825

December 01, 2018

Family Gathering

Charity



Robert C. Call

Robert C. Call, age 79, of Fairfield, beloved husband of the late Gladys A. Call, passed away peacefully Wednesday, November 21, 2018 at Norwalk Hospital. Born in Norwalk and raised in Westport, the son of the late Lloyd and Laura Call, he had been a Fairfield resident for the last 50 years. A graduate of Staples High School, Mr. Call owned Western Auto in Westport for nearly 20 years. Robert also worked for many years for Home Depot in Fairfield as well as handyman and custodian at Fairfield Prep. He loved to work on various projects such as building cars and boats. He also enjoyed the challenge of repairing anything in need. Bob was also a NASCAR enthusiast. Survivors include two beloved children, Christy Call-Sanger and her husband Jeff of Highlands Ranch, CO and Michael Call and his fiancé Elizabeth Mayer of Denver, CO; two cherished grandchildren, McKensie and Jack Sanger; two sisters, Carolyn Lee and her husband John of Florida and Barbara MacIlvain and her husband Terry of Tennessee; nieces and nephews. A funeral service will be held Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at the Spear-Miller Funeral Home, 39 South Benson Road, Fairfield. Interment will follow in Lawncroft Cemetery. Friends may call Friday, November 30th from 5-8 p.m. in the funeral home. For information or to offer an online condolence please visit www.SpearMillerFuneralHome.com


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  1. I first met Bob when he was in ninth grade, and I in eighth. Later, I got to know him better when I went to work summers at Western Auto, long before He owned it. He was a great guy to work with, and a good friend. Also, he taught me a lot about cars, gas engines, and other mechanical things. My wife and Bob’s late wife Gladys were also good friends from being in a quilting group together. Although I only saw him occasionally in recent years, he was still a good friend. I will miss him!