Robert M. Barron


August 14, 1977 - September 30, 2012

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Robert M. Barron, at the recently turned age of 35, received his wings to stand alongside with the many angels that surround us on September 30, 2012.

Robert, who is also known as “Coco” or “Coquito” to his family and later known to others as “RB”, was born on August 14, 1977 in Monterey Park, CA to Robert A. and Gloria M. Barron.

He graduated from Alhambra High School and attended Pasadena City College.

His love for sports was grand. Some of his favorable teams were the Lakers, Raiders, Dodgers, UCLA and Angels (some of us didn’t quite understand that one). His memorable moment was when he was able to travel to Guayaquil, Ecuador and visit his family and friends. He had returned to Ecuador after 20 years.

He also enjoyed the hours he spent with his friends and their families. He was always living it up in his own way. He LOVED to dance and was able to bust his moves when you least expected it. He always remembered those special calendared dates; Valentines and Mother’s Day. His everlasting signature was a single rose that would be delivered by him in which he left a lasting impression to many of those who received one.

Robert’s life was taken away too soon from all of us who loved him and who truly knew who he was. His charm, his charisma, the passion of just enjoying life and living in the moment ended so quickly. He touched so many lives in so many different ways. The impact that has been carried throughout by him is extremely indescribable.

He dedicated himself to the most valuable person in his life and that was our mother. He loved his mother so and she will be forever blessed with his love and memories that will carry on in her life.

Robert is survived by his mother, Gloria ; sister, Claudia; niece, Samantha and Noche, our pug. He is also survived by his extended family, colleagues and friends.

He was preceded in death by his father, Robert A. Barron; and Grandmother, Claudia Torres
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