ROBERT "JUGS" JACK JEGLOSKI SR.Robert (Jugs) Jack Jegloski Sr.
Robert (Jugs) Jack Jegloski Sr., 77, of Cloquet, passed away peacefully on Sunday evening, Jan. 30, 2011, in Bayshore Health Center in Duluth.
Robert "Jugs" was born in Eveleth, to Angeline (Boubon) and Boyle Jegloski on Aug. 7, 1933. He resided in the Eveleth and Gilbert area most of his life.
He was united in marriage to his first wife, “Tweets,” Aug. 27, 1955.
Also known as Bob, he served in the Army in the Korean War. He was employed at several mining companies through out his 40+ years of employment. He retired from Reserve Mining Co. in Babbitt, in 1984, with 22 years of service.
On March 1, 1988, he married his present wife, the former Sue Koski.
He was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters, Betty and Marce; first wife and the mother of his children, Tweets; as well as his two special K-9 buddies and the loves of his life, Tuffy and Brandee.
He is survived by his wife, Sue; four children, Connie (Larry Lee) Jegloski of Mountain Iron, Robert “Jiggy” Jegloski Jr. of Florida, Karen (Mike) Carne of Gilbert, and David (Kim) Jegloski of Minneapolis; grandchildren Amy (Nate) Carne-Radoush, Ashlee Carne, and Melissa Jegloski; stepdaughter Cindy (Kurt) Petersen; two step-grandchildren, Taran Scheppa and Tasha Morton; six great-grandchildren; two nieces; four nephews; and many family and friends.
A special thanks to the staff of St. Luke's 7th Floor West, and the staff of Bayshore Health Center for all of their loving care.
NO SERVICES will be held in honor of Robert's request. Arrangements entrusted to the Cremation Society of Minnesota, (218) 624-5200.
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