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Robert ("Bob", "Kressant") Madlem

ROBERT BRINKMAN MADLEM watched his last sunrise on October 10, 2021. He peacefully left this earth surrounded by family and fond memories of friends. He was a kind, hardworking, honest and gentle soul with a heart of gold. Robert, better known as Bob or Kresssant was born in San Mateo on March 27, 1949 and was raised in Palo Alto and Los Altos Hills. Bob was preceded in death by his mother Jacquelyn, his father William and brother Bill. He is survived by his wife Teryl, daughters Raechel Doherty (John), Sadie DeMarta (Ryan), Amber Charter (Michael) grandchildren Benjamin, Rylee, Landon, Owen, Robert, stepmother Jennie and step siblings Jeanette and Jeff.

His parents instilled in him a strong sense of ethics, hard work and generosity. He followed in his fathers footsteps and entered the construction business. Madlem Construction was responsible for many custom homes, commercial buildings, wineries, and places of worship in Mendocino and Lake county. After high school he attended Chico State and earned a degree in economics.

In 1975 he moved to Mendocino county married his wife and raised 3 daughters. Kressant was so proud of his son-in-laws and loved spending time with them. 5 grandchildren kept him busy, with sports, horse events, school plays, award ceremonies and grandparents day and often spoiled them with treats. Fishing, ATV rides, swimming, and feeding the horses were a common pastime at his house. Bob loved his family, his dogs, old cars and car shows, his horses, camping, traveling and sharing a glass of wine with friends.

He was a friend to all, generous to a fault, and an honest, loving man. He touched many people's lives. Because of his love for dogs and cats we hope you will consider a donation to Humane Society of Inland Mendocino in his name. We are inviting friends and family to a Celebration of Life on November 20, 2021 at 3:00 for food and stories at the Nelson Family Vineyard.



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Random Neural Firings
Riding my bike through the vacant lot at the corner of Almond Avenue and San Antonio where the Fire Station is now, Brook Trout Looks. Little League Baseball at Hillview, The SCVAL, Orchids and Brickbats, Mings, Dodge Ridge, Camino Bowl, Vespas, Gemello’s with My Dad, “San Antonio” Jr. High. Sittin’ in the high grass in a big field right on Los Altos Avenue, Motts and Hairhats, Watching Sputnik in our back yard, Cubing, Paisley Shirts, Teenage Sex, First Love/First Rejection, The Cardinal Shop, Dumpster Diving with Chris Girard in 8th Grade behind the Los Altos Pharmacy, The Stilettos, Mrs. Bell, Friends who you think of and look up and find they died 25 years ago…or earlier, Digging Latrines and Fixing trails at Duvenicks Ranch with Boy Scouts, Going inside the Moffett Field Hanger, Stanford Football Games, 19 cent Dairy Belle Freeze Hamburgers, Jokes about Spanglers Mortuary, Riding 10 speeds up through the hills to Stanford Shopping Center, Christmas Tree Lots at the entrance to Main and State Streets, The Emporium, Kirks, Telling my mom I’m going to the library (ha ha), Climbing on the roofs of Hillview, Covington and LAHS on summer weekends, JFK, The Los Altos High Pool, Sweet stuff in wax coke bottles from The Little Store over by Santa Rita, When Jim (Randy) Regnolds fell off the backstop onto home plate at Almond and broke his pelvis. 8 years later when he was killed in Vietnam, Diane Goddard and Karen McSherrry crashing their mom’s car into Mike Popovich’s house when they were 14, Skee Ball and Pronto Pups on the Santa Cruz Boardwalk, Slumber parties where you didn’t sleep, David Kline’s swimming pool, my mitt on my handlebars, BA’s in high school, my little black and white tv in my room, Blue Chip Stamps, “Rippin’” a line drive, the sounds at night, air that was always clean, magic clouds, the smell of her hair, being young.