OBITUARY

Robert Saldivar

December 10, 1969March 14, 2020
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Robert Saldivar 50, passed away on Saturday March 14,2020 at his home in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Mr. Saldivar was born on 12/10/1969 and lived the majority of his life in Oceanside California. Mr. Saldivar’s profession was teaching.

Mr. Saldivar is preceded in death by his parents Ramon and Paula Virginia Saldivar, and brothers Raul and Ramiro Saldivar.

Robert Saldivar is survived by his wife of 18 years Julie Saldivar, daughter Isabelle Saldivar, brothers Refugio Saldivar, Raymond Saldivar, Samuel Saldivar, Juan Saldivar, and Luis Saldivar; Sister -in-laws Lidia Saldivar, Debbie Saldivar and Patty Saldivar; Nieces and Nephews Cecilia Navarro, Lupe Saldivar, Natalie Saldivar, Sebastian Saldivar, Mateo Saldivar, Antonio Saldivar, Cristobal Saldivar, Luis Miguel Saldivar, Marco Saldivar, Adam Saldivar. Send charitable donations to in honor of my husband. Straight From the Heart you can send a check to 839 W. San Marcos Blvd. San Marcos CA 92078.The website is www.Straightfromtheheartinc.org. you can donate with credit/debit card Services are private and under the direction of Eternal Hills.

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Tristan Payne

March 27, 2020

I'm not family but he was one of my favorite teachers. He was a great man and was always nice to everyone even when they purposely annoyed him. When I found out he passed I was devastated he was a great man I'm sorry to all of his family and to this world that lost another great person there isn't very many of them anymore.

Susie Oneal

March 27, 2020

I remember Mr. Saldivar as a very quiet man and he had a love for his family. He was a teacher and coworker of mine at Blytheville Middle School, in Blytheville, Ar. May God grant peace and comfort to his family and friends.

Amy Harmon

March 27, 2020

I worked with Mr. Saldivar at Blytheville. He was always the nicest guy. He spoke of his family often and thought the world of them. My condolences to your family at this time.

Meranda Lorta

March 27, 2020

He was an amazing teacher to us.. When I was having a break down he knew what to do, when he knows somethings wrong he would make a joke to make you feel better. You might not hear or see this from any other student of his, but he made my 3 years of middle school a dream!... I didn't have in 8th grade but I would vist him or he'll stop and talk to me. I just wish I could see him one more time... Stay strong sir, you'll be missed... Stay safe... ❤️

Donna Hester

March 27, 2020

I worked very closely with Mr. Saldivar daily when I worked at Blytheville Middle School. He was one of the sweetest kindest and gentle men I’ve ever known. He loved his family immensely and talked about them often. He loved his students and truly cared about their well being. His intelligence reached way beyond the subjects he taught. I guess I don’t remember any one certain memory, but what he left behind for me was an example. ❤️
Prayers for the entire family 🙏🏻
Donna Hester

Larrianna Hodges

March 27, 2020

Mr.Saldivar was my favorite teacher in 8th grade of Blytheville Middle School. *it’s very sad typing this* He was never one of those teachers that didn’t teach me anything. He shared so many stories about other schools he attended and students who died from a school shooter. He taught me one thing that I will always remember and that’s to always protect yourself and to be respectful, and he really meant it. 2020 is the year I graduate, and one of my goals were to see all of my teachers before senior year was over *depending on distance* and he was one of them I actually wanted to see , update him on my life and I know he would’ve congratulated me for sure and just would’ve been proud if I told him what he told me that I will always keep forever. Who would’ve thought an 8th grader would learn a life lesson and keep it with them forever? Besides that, I hope family, friends, neighbors, co workers and students can let him Rest In Peace and always remember who he was . I hope one day everyone can go through grief with this because he was a very good person. Thanks for reading this!
-Mr. Saldivar’s Former Student
Larrianna Hodges

Alicia Olson

March 27, 2020

Life is full of wishes - I wish that I had gotten more time to get to know Bob but am honored by what little time I did have. He was an amazing man with a gentle soul. Julie, the way he would look at you with adoration and true love...you were his world. And Isabelle was the true light of his life. The sacrifices he made to love, cherish and support his family are truly immensible. I am sending my love and prayers to you, Isabelle, and Bob’s family for the loss of an irreplaceable man.

LaShonda Sutton

March 27, 2020

First I would like to say I am praying for the family and friends. I worked with Mr. Saldivar at Blytheville Middle School and he was a very sweet and kind man. I remember he always spoke of his world and how he would do anything for her (his daughter). You will be missed. Rest peacefully.

Paula Brewer

March 26, 2020

Bob was my brother-in-law, I will always remember him for his humor, safety, strength and love. He loved my sister and Tink dearly. I remember when I visited Julie and him for a month in 2006, we were out site seeing and I tripped and fell and was going through the railing of the fence, he kept me from going through the fence and on over the edge. We laughed afterward about how we would have had to explain to Mom why I wouldn't be able to come home if I had went over the edge because I was in a body cast. I will also remember him for his cranberry salad every Thanksgiving and Christmas. I tried to get the recipe from him. He told it was a family recipe, couple times, he he said you add this and this, never giving me the recipe. I will always remember him.

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