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Robert passed away on Sunday Morning, June 13,2021 in Ogden, Utah at Ogden Regional Hospital after a brave battle with complications from diabetes. His family announced his passing to friends and associates.
Robert was born on Sunday Morning, November 28, 1971, to his father Robert Sr. and his mom Patricia Thomas in Hollywood, CA. He was blessed with multiple family members participating in his upbringing, including his great grandmother, his grandma (Ma B), which he adored, and Wesley Brown who was a father figure for most of his life.
Robert never married, but genuinely loved two women in his lifetime. As a young boy, Robert loved to play tennis and was awarded five trophies in his time doing so. He was a natural dancer and became a connoisseur of any music from the 1950s to the present day.
Robert was always a quiet spirit that thought everything out while he did it, which helped him with his gift and ability to absorb technology never having to use a manual, no matter if it was computers, phones, or games. His heart was pure, and he showed in every interaction he had with others, trying to help where he could. After graduating from high school, Robert went on to get his Associates Degree in Business from Salt Lake Community College of which he was immensely proud of.
He also was enormously proud of his children, daughter Ella, which he always called his “Angel”, for becoming the woman she is today and his identical twin sons, Antonio, and Armand. Although his sons recently came back into his life a few years ago, he never stopped loving them and he had become amazed with their accomplishments and the young men they had grown up to be.
Robert was predeceased in death by his great-grandmothers Catherine Jones and Grandma Bernice Mccoy. He is survived by his loving family who will cherish his memory (Mother) Patricia Thomas, (Father) Robert Stevenson, (God Father) Wesley Brown, his 3 children (daughter) Ella and (Sons) Antonio and Armand.
You are always loved and never forgotten.
Rest In Peace.
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