ROBERT WEIR, passed away Wednesday, October 12, 2005 peacefully surrounded by his family. Born in Salem, Oregon June 24, 1944, he graduated from Oregon State University in 1965 with a degree in engineering. In 1975 he received an advanced degree in business from UCLA. He worked for various companies but his greatest joy was as an entrepreneur who started his own businesses where he developed new and innovated ideas. A devoted Christian, his heart-felt love was for his family and friends. A Bible Study Fellowship leader for many years, he also enjoyed coaching baseball, soccer and golf. His sense of humor left a mark on everything he did. He is survived by his loving wife of thirty-nine years, Nancy; his children Rob, Jr. (Pamela) Weir, Jason Weir and Julie (Tim) Coleman and his four beloved grandchildren; Jasia and Malia Weir and Riley and Spencer Coleman. Family and friends will gather for a memorial service at Rice Mortuary on Monday, Oct. 17, 2005 at 11:00 AM.

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  1. Dear Julie I was sorry to hear of your dads death. My prayers for your, your Mom and your brother & sister. Lovingly, Annette O’Neill

  2. Dear Nancy and Family: It has been many years since we we shared that wonderful neighborhood and the tribulations of raising young children on Cherty Drive. Extremely sad to read of Bob’s passing in the Daily Breeze. He was a role model for fatherhood. Our deepest sympathy and prayers for you all. Regards from the Africanos.

  3. Dear Nancy and Family, I was so sorry to read of Bob’s death, in the Daily Breeze. It has been so many years since we all lived near by. I do have good memories of Bob, you and the children. If you need anything, please call me at 310=370-5881. I am living in (north)Redondo Beach. May God send his blessings to you and your family, giving you comfort and peacefulness. With heartfelt sympathy, Donna Stanford

  4. Nancy & Family: We are sorry to hear of cousin Bob’s death. Our thoughts and prayers are with you guys. Aaron & Kelli Kirk

  5. Bob is still missed so deeply, those of us who worked with him knew what a man of character he was.He cared about the “little guy” and for people who were less fortunate than him. He was so brave facing many years of fighting cancer, we never heard a complaint. His legacy of honor,dedication to his wife and children will always be an example for me.

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