Robert William Jastrow

September 3, 1958February 20, 2021

Robert (Bob) William Jastrow passed away February 20, 2021 at the age of 62 years old from COVID. He is survived by his wife and soulmate of 41 years, Deb Jastrow; son Nathan (Monica) Jastrow and daughter Cassandra (Joshua) Davis; three grandchildren, Abigail Katherine (8), Anthony Clark (6), and Aaliyah Nicole (4); one sister, Judith Ann Maki of Belgium, Wisconsin, along with many nieces, nephews, cousins and wonderful friends. Bob is preceded in death by his parents Flora (Cyr) and Edwin Jastrow and his sister Jean Laura Schertz. He was born September 3, 1958, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He attended and graduated from Mother of Perpetual Help grade school and went on to James Madison high school where he graduated in 1976. After high school, he attended Milwaukee Area Technical College and graduated with an associate degree in graphic design. He met Deb in 1978 and they were married in 1979. They moved from Wisconsin to Bedford, Texas in July of 1996 due to a job offer Deb had. They officially became Texans when they purchased their first home in 1997. Over the years, while in Texas, Bob worked for several printing companies before starting his own business, Design Quest International, in 2004. While owning his own business, he created many partnerships and friendships with clients and suppliers. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to Center Point Church Benevolence Fund, In Memory of Bob Jastrow. A celebration of life will be held March 21, 2021 at Center Point Church (7804 Mid Cities Blvd, North Richland Hills, TX, 76180). Service at 4:00 p.m. with visitation to follow. Service will be livestreamed at There will be a private burial at Bluebonnet Memorial Park for family members only.


21 March

Celebration of Life Service

4:00 pm

Center Point Church

7804 Mid Cities Blvd
North Richland Hills, TX

21 March

Celebration of Life Gathering

4:45 pm - 6:00 pm

Center Point Church

7804 Mid Cities Blvd.
North Richland Hills, Texas


Robert William Jastrow

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Don and Patty Stueber

February 26, 2021

When Patty and I owned Box N Mail, Bob was one of our customers. We always enjoyed talking to Bob. as he was also from Wisconsin and a Packer fan. We always enjoyed his visits.
I am sure he will be Missed by Deb and his family and friends.

Don and Patty Stueber

Bob & Margie Lallensack

February 24, 2021

Deb & Family...
So very sorry for your loss, your family is in our thoughts and prayers. Although we haven't seen Bob for a few years, we remember him as a kind and friendly man. May all your good memories help you through this sad time. God bless you all.
Bob & Margie

Judith Maki

February 23, 2021

I remember the Thursday before he went into the hospital I got to talk to my brother for the last time. He told me that he and Deb were sick. And he posted on Facebook. I had no clue because I hadn’t seen the post. He told me they had Covid. I was so worried especially when he told me he was very weak and needed to sleep. I told him to get better. Well Saturday came and he went into the hospital. I was so afraid for
him. Even thou I’m far away I love my brother a lot. I’m going to miss him terribly. God needed him more than we did on earth. So God bless him and I k ow God has something special for him to do. Love you Bob!

Machelle Hamilton

February 23, 2021

I have known Deb for many years, met Bob for a brief moment when dropping by for some of Deb’s yummy peanut brittle. What stood out to me is the deep love Deb and Bob had for each other. No specific words just a feeling of comfort and love I felt when I walked in their home. My deepest sympathy for your loss. You have a precious family. You will continue to be in my daily prayers.

Cheryl Kelley

February 22, 2021

I'll never forget the time I met Bob. He came by the office on Valentine's Day and serenaded you with his beautiful voice. It was the sweetest thing!
"We do not have to rely on memories to recapture the spirit of those we have loved and lost – they live within our souls in some perfect sanctuary which even death cannot destroy."
Nan Witcomb
Praying for you and sending a big hug your way during this difficult time.
Cheryl Kelley
Former co-worker (United Provider Services)