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Glen Abbey Memorial Park & Mortuary

3838 Bonita Road, Bonita, CA

Our family would like to thank everyone who knew Rob throughout his lifetime. He had a full life and wonderful friends that also called him family and welcomed him into theirs. He loved his work, he l...
OBITUARY

Robert Paulino Blas

May 19, 1969February 3, 2020
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It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of Robert Blas. Born May 19, 1969 and passed of natural causes on February 3, 2020. He is survived by his mother Josefina Blas and brothers Vince Blas, Anthony Blas, John Blas and Barney Blas.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, February 19, 2020
  • Funeral Service Thursday, February 20, 2020
  • Burial Following Funeral Service Thursday, February 20, 2020
  • Reception Thursday, February 20, 2020

Memories

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Joaquin and Virginia(Auntie Benang) Aguero/Cruz

February 22, 2020

🙏🏽Our Love and Prayers are lifted up to the Families as Robert Rejoices In Paradise! Blessings to All...

Walter Dydasco

February 20, 2020

My heartfelt condolences to all of the Blas family on the passing of your beloved Robert. It is truly a blessing to see how he has shaped the lives of young people and has given so much back to the community. His spirit and dedication will be with us for a new generation. Rest in peace my brother.

Virgil Palisoc

February 20, 2020

RIP Rob....Forever AZTECS!!

Steve and Sahlee Chaco

February 19, 2020

After reading many of the memories honoring Robert, I found it comforting to know that he is referred to as Coach, Teacher and Mentor. All describing a person who lives their life for the purpose of Service. Robert followed the instructions of our Lord and Savior and placed other’s needs before his own. And on his last breath, he maintained his faith and trust in the Lord. That is the true testament of Love.

Robert may not be here with us physically, but as a good Coach, Teacher and Mentor does, he left an impression in our hearts and footprints on a path for us to follow; to live our life for the purpose of Service.

Thank You and Love You Robert.

Lu Borja

February 18, 2020

Blas you have impacted many many lives! I’m so glad to have met you years ago! You have been an inspiration to many people of all ages! You’re an amazing friend and we are truly going to miss you! You were taken by the Lord way too soon! May the Perpetual Light shine upon you! May your soul rest in paradise! Until we meet again Chelu!

DARBI PETERS

February 12, 2020

Gone too soon, my Friend
Thank you for always keeping in touch.
I have re-read our text message threads a zillion times.
I still crack up.............!!
I can hear your laugh and see your smile :-)
Until we meet, again.
XoX
~darbi~

Adriana Q

February 10, 2020

I was lucky enough to call Coach Blas my coach and friend. He was a caring and exceptional coach, taking the time to wrap my feet and ankles before every soccer practice and game to keep shin splints at bay. He made the soccer team feel like a family, and fostered a sense of camaraderie. Coach Blas holds a special place in my Crusader heart.
Adriana, Marian Catholic High School class of 2003.

richard wright

February 10, 2020

very sorry to hear this. he was a fun guy. I enjoyed working with him. he took my teasing about his Dodgers with total class. he will be missed.

Lizeth Cebreros

February 9, 2020

You had rad taste in music. I remember you would leave the computer lab open during lunch for us to come in and hang out. The Smiths or Daft Punk playing. You were the best chaperone at grad night and bought us pancakes at ihop the next morning. You were always happy and such a positive force. You will be missed. Class of 05 will remember you. My condolences to the Blas family.

Jeff Tabilin

February 8, 2020

Coach Blas you were more than just my first football coach. While you taught me how to run the 26 sweep and got mad at me every time I missed the hole or messed up my assignment, you still encouraged and believed in me. I was blessed that our relationship didn’t end after football, our friendship blossomed when we became colleagues. From hanging out in room 806 or, during my second stint at teaching, hanging out with you in the 200 building. Coming back to Eastlake after a 9 year hiatus was nerve racking at first, but you were the first familiar face I saw and you instantly made at the jitters go away. You made me feel welcomed and introduced me to everyone as “one of my old players”. You made me feel at home and I’ll never forget that. Even after I left to start my career at a new school you would check on me just to see how I was doing. That’s type of person you were and that will resonate with me forever. Rest Easy Coach, you’ll forever be missed.

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Biography

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of Robert Blas. Born May 19, 1969 and passed of natural causes on February 3, 2020. He is survived by his mother Josefina Blas and brothers Vince Blas, Anthony Blas, John Blas and Barney Blas.