Robert Allen Sayre

January 5, 1942May 3, 2021

Robert Allen Sayre, 79, passed away Monday, May 3rd, 2021, in West Palm Beach, Fl, after a short illness.

Bob was born on January 5th, 1942 in Cleveland Ohio. After graduating from Cleveland Heights high school, he enlisted in the Navy as a medic, and there after, briefly lived in Los Angeles, California. When he returned to Cleveland, he met and married his wife, Beverly, and had 3 children, Ryan, Jeremy, and Lindsey. In 1981, he and his family moved to Wellington, Florida. He started a fabric protection and warranty company, Stainsafe Inc., which later became a worldwide company and leader in the industry. He loved classic and luxury cars, found great joy in traveling for work and pleasure, including regular trips to his condo in Costa Rica, the lifelong connections of his many friends, his children, and mostly, all of the time spent with his two grandchildren.

He is survived by two of his children, Jeremy and Lindsey, and his two grandchildren, Jordyn and Ezra. He is predeceased by his wife Beverly and son Ryan, both in 2005.

There will be a brief service for Robert at 10:00am at Riverside Memorial Park in Liberty Hall,19351 SE County Line Rd, Tequesta, and the family invites friends for further fellowship at Guanabanas Restaurant, 960 North Highway A1A, Jupiter, FL 33477 following the burial.


  • Graveside Service

    Thursday, May 13, 2021


Robert Allen Sayre

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Kristy Langel

May 10, 2021

Bob was the best grandfather to Jordyn. I will be forever grateful for the love and compassion he has always show our daughter. He was her best friend, she called him day or night. He always answered with joy. Rest In Peace Bob, you will forever be missed.

Marla Weisberg

May 9, 2021

Bobby and I grew up together. He was the only boy at each of my birthday parties. Being an all female family he was a very special guest. My mom Miriam Stiel and his mom were dear friends and business partners. I am sorry we lost contact over the years. May he Rest In Peace and his memory be a blessing.
Marla Stiel Weisberg

Brian Kazinec

May 8, 2021

Bob had been a close friend and a "second" father to me for 40 years! I was originally his bartender at a local pub in Wellington, Florida while I attended college. I am also from Cleveland, Ohio so we shared that in common.
Bob later became my client and I have been his Financial Advisor for 30 years. He taught me many things about life and made me laugh all the time. We would share Hebrew words now and then but, of course, never any bad ones since Bob never used fowl language????
Bob was a Mench and he cared deeply for his children and his two grandchildren and was ALWAYS thinking of them while we discussed his planning.
He's the only client I had that I never minded calling me at 8am on a Sunday or 6pm on a Friday evening.
He was special to me and I'm sure to many, many others. I'll miss him terribly!