Robert Herriman

Obituary of Robert Harold Herriman

Robert “Rob” Harold Herriman, 49, passed away in the early hours of Saturday, October 31,2020 in his home in Largo, FL.  

Rob was born December 4, 1970 in Louisiana, MO to Donald Herriman, Sr and Marilyn Herriman.  Rob grew up living in the Vandalia and Bowling Green area most of his life. He graduated from Van-Far High School in 1989.  After graduation, he attended Central Missouri State University before accepting a job with Hubble/AB Chance in Centralia MO.  He married Monique Harrell of Granite City, IL in 2007 after dating three years and made Granite City, IL his home. In 2019, he and his wife moved to Largo, FL, where she survives.


Rob was a lifetime Pittsburgh Steelers and St Louis Cardinals fan.  He enjoyed spending his days off at the beach, golfing, woodwork, spending time with his grandchildren and his family, tinkering with cars, and going to hear live music, no matter the genre.


Also surviving are his step-mother, Janice Herriman of Eolia MO, 2 children, Zabrian Harrell of and Delia Harrell (Justin) of Granite City, IL, 2 grandchildren, Jaylen Ramirez and Brianna Harrell of Granite City, IL, 1 brother, Donald Herriman, Jr (Kara) of Wright City MO, 2 sisters-in-law, Tiffany Rodriguez and Heather Anderson of Granite City IL, 1 brother-in-law, Jason Kass (Mary) of Surprise, AZ, 2 nieces, Allison Herriman of Wright City, MO and Gabriela Rodriguez of Granite City IL, 7 nephews, Joshua Davidson (Summer) of Killeen TX, Colton Davidson of Wright City MO, Nick Kass of Granite City, IL, Evan Anderson and Ethan Anderson of Granite City IL, Alex Kass of Granite City IL and Tyler Kass of Surprise AZ, as well as great nieces and nephews.


Preceding him in death is his father, Donald Herriman, Sr, and mother, Marilyn Herriman, father-in-law, Bruce Kass, grandparents Robert and Minnie Herriman and Harold and Jessie Ebers.


A memorial service will be held at a later date.

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