Robert

March 28, 1984 ~ May 4, 2022

Born in: Torrance, California
Resided in: Torrance, California

Robert’s recorded Service & Entombment

 

On May 4, 2022, Robert passed away at the age of 38 in his hometown of Torrance, California.

Robert called the South Bay home for all of his life. He spent his childhood at baseball and Boy Scout outings. He often spent time with friends at Pollywog and Columbia parks. As a teen he found the love of skateboarding and would often be found with friends at the beach or enjoying the local skate spots. As an adult he enjoyed a lot of these same places. He enjoyed bike rides whether it was with his dad on a short ride around the neighborhood or on long rides to the beach to clear his mind. He could also be found seeking new places to ride or skate with friends, or enjoying the good old spots that he felt at home in. He could be found watching “I Love Lucy” reruns with his mom or talking about life while grilling on the BBQ with his dad. Over the last couple years you could often find him on an adventure with his lifetime friend and loving girlfriend Sarah. No matter what the adventure was, if you invited him he’d cheerfully say “sign me up!”

On his many adventures or in his daily life, if you were lucky enough to meet him, you liked him. Robert was a man of kindness, love, forgiveness and a sense of humor that would have you laughing for hours on end. If you knew Robert you were instantly a friend, if you spent time with him you were family. Robert could bring humor to any situation and was always there to make those he loved smile. If you needed him he was there in whatever way he could be.

Robert was always ready to try new things and go new places. He loved to make people feel special and included, always with a smile and his sparkling blue eyes. He was a lifelong Dodger fan and loved the Lakers almost as much. In the last couple years, he found solace in painting and gardening. Music was always a love of his and he was quick with a joke. Robert was lucky enough to have reconnected with Sarah, calling her his girlfriend and confidante the last 2 ½ years. They had many adventures together, always bringing light and laughter to one another and those around them.

Robert had an unforgettable presence everywhere he went. He brought a smile to everyone’s face and left memories in their hearts. His kindness and laughter touched everyone in his life. Whenever you hear your favorite song, crank it up and dance like no one is watching as that’s what he would have done. Think of a moment with Robert and let a smile come across your face. When you feel overcome with sadness think of a joke and laugh because that’s what he would do.

Robert was preceded in death by his grandparents Paul and Dorothy Rush, who always held a special place in his heart.

Robert was survived by his father David, mother Barbara, sister Sherry Campbell and companion Sarah Murtaugh.

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Viewing: May 28, 2022 2:00 pm - May 28, 2022 4:00 pm

Lighthouse Memorials & Receptions - Rice Center
5310 Torrance Blvd.
Torrance, CA 90503

310-792-7599
LAFuneral.com

Celebration of Life: May 28, 2022 4:00 pm

Lighthouse Memorials & Receptions - Rice Center
5310 Torrance Blvd.
Torrance, CA 90503

310-792-7599
LAFuneral.com

Reception / Repast: May 28, 2022 5:00 pm - May 28, 2022 7:00 pm

Lighthouse Memorials & Receptions - Rice Center
5310 Torrance Blvd.
Torrance, CA 90503

310-792-7599
LAFuneral.com

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  1. candle 3For 24 years of my life you have been a light to me. Even in times as sad as this all I can do is smile and laugh because that’s what you’ve always brought to this world. May everyone hold you in their memories as I do and smile when you cross their mind .

  2. candle 6You were full of good laughs & deep conversation when needed. My heart is heavy hearing of your passing. I’m grateful to have met you through Tiffany.
    We had some good memories, I know you love your Dodgers and I my Angels so of course the sh*t talking. Then those Football games Bets!

    You touched so many people you met, I hope you know you were loved by many. Hugs to Sarah and your family.

  3. candle 3You were a kind soul…
    I’m going to miss seeing you on mondays while you do laundry…
    You left your mark.
    May you rest in peace.

  4. Let the music drown the silence
    Hear my laughter over the noise
    See my smile through the tears
    Walk through life with kindness in your heart
    Bring joy to all you meet
    Make memories and bring light to all you know for you never know the darkness they are facing. .
    Rest in peace soup your laughter will always echo in my ears .

  5. I will always remember you as the guy who the first time I met you jumped on a skateboard with my kiddos and just felt like I knew you for years and the man who loved my best friend like no one ever did. When Sarah told me about you I felt like her whole world was lighted by you and everything you are.

  6. candle 7Dear Robert,
    You were the sweetest man, so considerate and caring. Wickedly smart and funny. I loved having you and Sarah here, you guy’s were the perfect guests. You had an infectious smile and a glint in your eye only found in Leprechauns. You are missed by all who knew you. Fair winds and following seas…
    May the road rise to meet you
    May the wind always be at your back
    May the rain fall gently upon your fields
    Until we meet again
    May the gods hold you gently in their hands

  7. candle 7I met Bob through my nephew Bret and he was always the nicest of guys. I always remember him with a big smile and full of good vibes. I will miss him!

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