Robert H. Majecki

Robert H. Majecki

Robert H. Majecki of Hickory Creek, TX formerly of Dunkirk, NY went to the Lord on October 18, 2023.

Bob was born November 7, 1957. He was a man of unwavering faith and service. He was not only the devoted husband to Sherry Majecki, but he also dedicated his life to serving his country as a Proud Marine. Bob served in the United States Marine Corps with honor and distinction for 4 years, upholding the Marine Corps’ core values of honor, courage, and commitment. His dedication to his fellow Marines and his nation was unwavering, leaving a lasting impact on all who served alongside him.

In addition to his military service, Bob was a devout Christian who found strength and purpose in his faith. He was an active member of Benchmark Bible Church in Corinth, Texas where he had found his home. He had a great community of friends he made through shared faith here. Bob had always desired to help those in need, offer advice and praise the Lord.

He loved to spend time with his family and that brought him the most joy. He absolutely loved them to the moon and back. Bob always had an en- couraging word and was blessed with the ability to always mentor, reassure, and comfort friends, family, and colleagues.

Survivors include his wife Sherry; four children, Dannette, Kenneth, Nicholas, and Sarah; four grandchildren, Jayden, Van, Ivy and Leo; six siblings Kathleen Baker and Ronald Majecki of North Carolina, Susan Vendette, Thomas Majecki, Paul Majecki and Cyndi Cody of New York, along with many other extended family members.

He was preceded in death by his parents Stanley V. Majecki and Marie A. Majecki, and his nephew John P. Vendette.

A Celebration of Bob’s life will be held on November 3, 2023, 12:00 p.m. at Benchmark Bible Church in Corinth, Texas.

If you would like to donate to Tunnels of Towers or Folds of Honor in his name, two of his favorite charities, it would make him so happy.

The family extends their deepest gratitude to all who have offered support and condolences during this difficult time. Bob’s legacy of faith, service and love for family will continue to inspire and guide us. His passing leaves a huge void but his memory will forever live on in our hearts.