Robert A. Chase
Salt Lake City- Robert A Chase, 65 passed
away at Intermountain Medical Center
in Salt Lake City on Tuesday August 2,
Robert was born September 12, 1956 in
Ogden, Utah the 5th of 6 children to Lee and
Dorothy Chase.He was raised in and was a
proud member of the Catholic Church.He
was well versed in church theology and spent
time at the Monastery in Ogden Valley.
After graduating from Ogden High School
he continued his education at Weber State
College and Utah State University.
Robert was a big supporter of the arts,
specifically the theater where he worked
many years watching this love come to life.He
supported many different projects through the
years. Leaving a legacy of love for the theater
Through his work in the theater he was afforded
the opportunity to travel the world. He made
many lasting relationships through this
association, making them family.
Education and reading were very
important to him, so much so he told family
If they did not read their children he would
come back and hunt them.
Robert bestowed a nickname to everyone
who mattered to him.
Robert was an avid cribbage player, who
loved to play and nip Sambvca. Know as
“Grandpa Chase” to a host of children, you
could always tell when he was entertaining
the kids by the sound of his infectious
laughter. Who can forget Robert’s epic 4th
of July parties,his invites to New Year’s Eve
Backstage reviews, and nights out for killer
dinners. He was always up for good food,
a good drink and good company;he will be
He was preceded in death by both of his
parents, 1 sister and 3 nephews.
Robert leaves behind Damon,” his assumed
son”,(Natalie, what did he do to deserve you?)
Nicholson and his granddaughter Justine
(Goomba).He also leaves behind 1 brother,
3 sisters, 7 nieces, 7 nephews, 1 sister
in-law and 4 brother in-laws.
The family would like to give a special
Thanks to his friends he has worked with
especially those at Oasis and Local 99.
A Celebration honoring his life will be held
September 9th, 2022 from 5 to 8 pm up Millcreek Canyon.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to his favorite charity in Robers name.