Robert
Robert Anthony Fick, was born in Inglewood, CA, a 47 year resident of Torrance, passed away on Saturday, November 26, 2011. Robert was 47 when he died. He was a happy individual who loved his family, friends and sports and was very active in Special Olympics. Although he played all sports, his favorites were bowling, basketball and softball. He enjoyed out of town tournaments, camping, dancing and singing off key. He will be remembered for his sunny disposition and his smile. Robert is survived by mother, Mary-Ann Fick of Torrance, CA; brother, Richard Fick Jr. (Donna) of Mission Viejo, CA; brother, Drew Fick (Mitch) of Tampa, FL; and sister, Ann Marie Hagan of Ventura, CA. He was preceded in death by father, Richard Fick. Robert is also survived by two nephews Mark Hagan Jr, (Amy) and Tyler Fick; one niece Kristin Fick plus three grand nieces and nephews. "I thought of you with love today But that is nothing new I thought about you yesterday and days before that too, I think of you in silence I often speak your name All I have are memories And your picture in a frame Your memory is my keepsake With which I'll never part God has you in His keeping I have you in my heart" Author Unknown The Service will be held at St. James Catholic Church in Redondo Beach on Friday, December 2 at 10:00 am. Burial will follow at Green Hills Memorial Park in Rancho Palos Verdes. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Friends of Torrance Exceptional Athletes (FTEA), P. O. Box 3223, Torrance, Ca 90510.

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  1. Bobby has always been an integral part of our neighborhood. I will miss his friendly waves as I went about my daily routine. For many years Bobby and his Dad would walk the neighborhood raising money to support the Special Olympics. Bobby’s eyes would always light up when we talked about his Brother Rick, “The Fireman”! Bobby, may your games in heaven go more than 4 quarters, more than 9 innings, and may you get a strike for every ball you roll. Bless the Fick Family for how they guided and cared for Bobby’s every need!

  2. Thoughts and prayers to Donna, Rick and the entire family. I did not know Robert but I can tell from his smile he was a true angel. May the wonderful memories you shared bring you comfort and know they will always be in your heart. Lean on those around you for love and support.

  3. I was a Job Coach at ford from 1999-2004, and would sub at Mercedez Benz which is where I met Bobby cuz he worked there, Every day at the end of his dayhim and his crew would come to ford and wait there to go home,Bobby would always have a big bright smile and say whats up Lisa? I will miss that, then him and Ronnie Geyer would dance and laugh with Bob Heautter in the back ground Telling them to stop.Gosh how I miss those days.Bobby was such a hardworking guy with the best smile and the most beautiful eyes, he was an exceptual human being , and I will miss him dearly.

  4. May you find comfort in knowing that “Bobby” was well known and loved by many. His smile and laughter was infectious. Sincerely Lewis Datcher His former driver from SVS

  5. Dear Family, I am Mitch’s sister, Michelle, and I consider Drew my brother. I am so sorry for your loss. Having just lost our mother, I know the pain you are suffering. The words of comfort are hard to come by. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you. I hope the support of friends and family will sustain you through this very tough time. Thinking of you, Michelle Pera Ogden and Cam Ogden

  6. To the Fick family, We are so very sorry for your loss.We know it is never easy to loss a family member. May the beautiful memories of Bobby, live on in your hearts forever.Our loss is Heavens gain. There is a place in Heaven, A place for you and me, A place where I don’t suffer, Where Jesus welcomed me, I am in this glorious place called Heaven Because Jesus set me free. Holding you up in prayer, Rita Hessing Hobbs, Mike Hessing and our families.

  7. I did not know Bobby (I am a distant relative), but I was so touched by the video that was sent to me by Jean Stanley that I needed to send you my heartfelt condolences. The pictures of Bobby showed that he would light up the entire area around him. Sherry

  8. Dear Mary-Ann; I was deeply saddened to hear of your loss. Jean Stanley sent this to me and my heart breaks for you and your family. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Your cousin, Karen Zuchowski Reynolds

  9. Very nice write-up. Thinking about the California Fick family will always have memories of Bobby with his cheerful and loving presence. We will miss him, and pray for him and the family. Heartfelt condolences from Maryanne and Bill

  10. Our softball team will now have the edge on the other teams with the addition of our secret weapon, our 11th man on the field. Thank you Fick family for letting us be a part of Bobbys adventurous life. We will miss his smile. RIP “Grampa”. We love you. The Barkers.

  11. Dear Mary-Ann, My heart goes out to you and your children. I will always remember how sweet Bobby was at our annual Thanksgiving gatherings at the Harmon’s and especially the last “reunion” one. I will also remember the love that overflowed from you and Dick for Bobby. Truly a special feeling. Our sympathies, Walt Mountford and the rest of the Texas Mountfords, Libby, Lizzy, Peter, and Michael

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