Robert John Geigle

January 9, 1964 ~ November 19, 2019

Robert J. Geigle, 55, the Marine Hypnotist, died suddenly in a car accident on November 19, 2019, in Sparks, NV.

A Celebration of Robert’s life will take place in the Spring of 2020.

Robert John Geigle was born January 9, 1964 in Wurtzburg, Germany. Robert attended both Central High School in Grand Forks, ND and Beach High School in Beach, ND, and graduated in 1983. After high school, Rob joined the United States Marine Corps and was discharged 18 months later due to an injury.

Robert spent the majority of his life wandering the United States, reinventing himself around every corner. Robert discovered hypnotism later in life becoming “Rob the Marine Hypnotist” and began to travel around the country hypnotizing and humoring those around him.

Robert was a proud American and was very proud of his brotherhood in the Marines. He enjoyed watching NDSU Bison football, all things NASCAR, cooking and talking to anyone and everyone. Rob made friends everywhere he went and touched the lives of everyone he came across.

Robert was a one of a kid son and brother and marched to the rhythm of his own music. He was loved dearly by friends and family and will be sorely missed. Semper Fi, brother. Semper Fi. May your soul rest forever in peace. We love you, Rob.

Robert leaves behind his father, Tim Geigle, Brandon, SD; mother and step-father, Sandy and Phil Lavoi, Green Valley, AZ; sister, Carmen Schaffer, Lakeville, MN; nephews, Leo and Jude Schaffer, Lakeville, MN; and a host of aunts, uncles and cousins.

Robert was preceded in death by his brother, Jeffrey Allen Geigle; two uncles, Melvin and Fred Geigle; grandparents, Ella Haney and Robert and Betty Klostermann.

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  • Bobby & Holly Swenson says:

    Dear Tim,
    We were shocked to hear of your son’s passing. Our hearts ache for you Sarge. Prayers for comfort and peace to you and your family.
    Love, Bobby, Holly & Luke

  • Rick Monson says:

    Sorry to hear of Robert “Robbie” passing under such tragic circumstances. Wishing you all wonderful memories of such a unique individual that touched many lives. Thanks for having his obit posted on the GF Herald so that those that knew him from GF days could learn of his passing.

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