Robert E. Hochevar

Robert E. Hochevar

June 7, 1951- February 10, 2017

Age 65, of League City, died on Friday, February 10, 2017. Born June 7, 1951 in Joliet Illinois, he has lived in League City since 1993. He was the husband of Paula Hochevar and they shared 31 years together.

Robert is survived by his children Jeffrey Hochevar (girlfriend Rebecca Stamm) of Rockdale, IL; Jennifer (Jeremy) Jurvick of Joliet, IL; Ryan (April) Hochevar of Seabrook and Mark Hochevar of Seabrook; his four grandchildren Jessica Jurvick, Mason Hochevar, Landon Hochevar and Lily Hochevar and many uncles, aunts, and cousins. Preceded in death by his parents Frank and Olga (Yarmolek) Hochevar.

Robert enjoyed life, loved to entertain friends, and always loved fishing, woodworking, cruising and having all the family home for the holidays.

Visitation will be held at the Crowder Funeral Home, 1645 East Main St., League City on February 16th from 5:00-8:00 P.M. A private family interment will take place at Forest Park East Cemetery in Webster, Texas.


  1. Enjoyed the 1 year that I worked with you in the LA Porte warehouse. Enjoyed your laughs and a truly funny person to work with. My God bless your family…. Rest in Peace Sir…..

    Ricky Parker
  2. I have many fond memories from working with Bob as well as fishing with him in Port O’Connor. His sense of humor and booming laugh was infectious. His friendship will be missed by many outside of his family. Condolences and prayers for his family.

    Bill Bruce
  3. Paula so sorry to hear about Robert ,it’s never easy to loose your best Friend in life!
    My condolences to you and your family!
    Hugs and Prayers
    Linda ll

    Linda Campbell
  4. Here is my contact information
    6524 Amherst Dr
    Ocean Springs,MS 39564

    Linda Campbell
  5. Paula & family,

    So sorry to hear of your loss. You are in our thoughts & prayers.

    Jim & Pat Tezak

    Pat Tezak
  6. Bob is the only person I know that could fall asleep in a meeting with his eyes wide open. You knew that he was asleep because he began to snore. I remember one of our company managers was trying to find out who was snoring. It was funny at the time. I hope and pray that Bob knew the Lord Jesus Christ as His Lord and Saviour before he passed away. The only way to Heaven is accepting Jesus Christ as your Lord & Saviour not by being good. My prayers are for his family and to those who do not know Jesus as their Personal Lord & Saviour.

  7. My heart broke when I heard Bob had passed. He was my manager when I was warehouse supervisor at Bayport plant for lyondellbasell. He was an awesome boss and a great person. I know he will be missed by a lot of people. Fly high and far Bob…you’ve earned those wings my friend!!!

    Vickie Peters
  8. Dear Paula –

    My heartfelt condolences on the loss of your husband. He was too young and you must be devastated. May your friends and their good thoughts about Bob carry you forward. Jackie Powell

  9. I have fond memories of Bob during our time together at Bayside Little League where he shared coaching responsibilities with me. He treated every child, parent and other coaches with great respect. He knew in his heart the players always came first. We watched our kids grow up. Bob made sure the game of baseball was for all the kids and was always available to help anyone. Rest in peace Bob and just know you’ll be greatly missed.

    Johnny and Chris Taylor
  10. Paula, my prayers are with you during this most difficult time! You and your family have my deepest sincerest heartfelt sympathy. Dian Cunningham

    Dian Cunningham
  11. My prayer is for the Lord to hold you in His loving and tender arms. May He whisper words of comfort in your heart. He is the healer of our broken hearts. May He give you peace in the midst of the storm. Love you .

    Lupita A Llanes USIFCU
  12. Paula,
    My deepest sympathies and condolences to you and your family.

    John Honiotes

    John Honiotes
  13. Paula and family, Jim and I were saddened to hear of Bob’s sudden passing. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with y’all. I truly enjoyed working with Bob on the credit union board and at the plant. He will be missed.

    Earlene Britt
  14. Paula,
    I am so sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. I am sure you have many wonderful memories of him. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. When you get a chance I would love to hear from you. It has been way too long since we connected. God bless you all.

    Other contact information is:
    11 Bouquet Lane
    Bluffton, SC 29909

    Nancy Edwards
  15. Paula,
    It is strange, but I was thinking about you the other day!
    So sorry for your loss! I pray he went peacefully. Be strong! Contact me if you want.

    Noralie Jachim
  16. My deepest sympathies and condolences to the family. I will never forget going to my first Black Hawks game with Bob, Paula and Jeff. It is such a great memory for me to have of my time with all of you.

    Chris Anders
  17. Worked with Bob years ago in Morris . Great guy and great coworker. My sympathy to his family.

    Ranell and Wayne Bradford
  18. My deepest sympathy to Robert’s family upon your loss. I knew Robert as “Bobbie” when we were very young; he lived a block away from me in Joliet, IL. Even in those early days, he liked to laugh and be boisterous, enjoying life to the fullest. A good person all around in our formative years; no doubt he lived the same way throughout his life. I’m certain he will be missed by his family, friends and associates; and that speaks as well of him as could anything.
    Jeffrey Diehl, Annapolis, MD

    Jeffrey B. Diehl
  19. To the Hochevar Family,
    I grew up across the street from “Bobby” in Joliet, IL. Although I was a bit younger than Bob, I always remember what a nice guy he was. He was always fun to be around and I’m sure he remained that way throughout his life.
    My sympathies to the family.

    Ray Randich

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