Palm Southwest Mortuary

7979 W.Warm Springs Rd., Las Vegas, NV


Robert Lee Yarrington

May 25, 1962July 26, 2020

Robert Lee Yarrington was born on May 25, 1962 in Hackensack, NJ and passed away on July 26, 2020 and is under the care of Palm Southwest Mortuary.

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Robert Lee Yarrington

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Curt Moore

August 10, 2020

Bob...a true Friend to many.
Always made me laugh.
Always had the time.
He was the calm in the eye of frequent storms......
and always had a smile to share.
His passing is truly everyone's loss.
My deepest sorrow to his family.

Shar Charette

August 8, 2020

Remembering Bob with fondness.

Condolences to the family.

Donna Wilder

August 7, 2020

So very sad to hear of Bob's passing.. What a gentlemen, and such a sweet man .. Will think of the happy memories we had in the over 20 years we worked together. My condolences to his family and friends.. He will be missed ..

Paul Mona

August 7, 2020

My deepest sympathies go out to you and your family.
Over the years I very much enjoyed Bob's sense of humor and up beat attitude. My day was always made better when working with Bob.
He will be missed.

Brian Bartsch

August 7, 2020

Bob was one of the most decent, honest, responsible people I've known in my time in my 30 years in telecom. It was always a pleasure to talk to or spend time with Bob whether it was for strictly business or at a convention meal. I could count on Bob to have a sense of humor, common sense, and gratitude for the life he had. His passing creates a gap that is not easily filled, and probably won't be for some time, but Bob would be the first person to speak up and say that it will be in some way, we just have to find it and not focus on the loss.

Sarah Gregoire

August 7, 2020

I'll never forget the adventure of my first solo business trip. I flew out to our Denver office from NH and met Bob in the Denver airport. For the entire week, Bob taught me the tricks of the trade - like how to Uber, and he (reluctantly) would walk from our hotel to the office everyday with me. My east coast blood thought it was warm. Bob's west coast blood saw the ice on the ground, laughed at me, but he did it anyway.

Oh boy, then it was the migraine in the airport on the day we flew out. I'll spare you the details, but I was SICK, and poor Bob was stuck taking care of me until his flight departed. I didn't even want to be near me, but he took care of me like the good guy he was.

I am truly grateful to have been part of his journey and to have him be a part of mine.

Jennifer Rohrbach

August 7, 2020

I will remember Bob for his kindness, compassion, and sense of humor. I am grateful to have worked with Bob for over 20 years. He was a friend and mentor to so many. He will truly be missed. May the memories of Bob surround his family and friends in love and give them strength in the days ahead.

Patrick J. Blake II

August 7, 2020

I was Bob's IT guy at work, and as is the case in that field, the only time you see someone is when something is wrong... but without exception, EVERY time I worked for Bob he was pleasant, happy, always upbeat with a positive outlook, and was always anxious to share an appreciation of bargains at the local electronics outlet,

I would I used to tease Bob that if he wanted faster service , bribe me with cookies...after that, when I would respond his office, there was a box of chocolate chip cookies... that was my friend Bob, and do call him a "friend"

My deepest condolences go out to Cindy and Bobs children, and rest assured he is always remembered by his co-workers as one of the "good guys", and will be missed beyond measure for a long time to come.

Chris Ashby

August 5, 2020

Bob will be greatly missed. I was in an office next to him for a couple of years and it is hard to believe he is gone. He was always a great guy and happy to talk to. My condolences go out to his family and friends who will also miss him.


August 4, 2020

I first met and worked with Bob in 2010 and became part of his team in 2013. There are very few people with whom you immediately feel a connection; Bob was one of those people, and despite the fact that he worked in Vegas and I am in Sacramento, we immediately developed a rapport. I considered him a friend as well as my boss. As Linda related, we would chat about all sorts of things, even politics (although generally I try to keep politics out of the workplace). Bob was truly a gentleman, kind and compassionate, and he always made time for anyone who needed his help or just an ear to listen to some venting. I only met him face to face three times, but the friendship and rapport was still there. A world without Bob seems very unreal. Cindy and family, know that we all grieve with you. Bob, you did good. You made a difference. You will not be forgotten.

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