Stanetsky-Hymanson Memorial Chapel

10 Vinnin Street, Salem, MA


Robert Eliot Schuller

July 28, 1958November 30, 2019

Robert Eliot Schuller was born on July 28, 1958 and passed away on November 30, 2019.


  • Temple Service Tuesday, December 3, 2019
  • Burial Tuesday, December 3, 2019
  • Shiva Tuesday, December 3, 2019
  • Shiva Wednesday, December 4, 2019
  • Shiva Thursday, December 5, 2019


Robert Eliot Schuller

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Tamara Pratt

December 5, 2019

Rob and I had a blast while he was at WCRB, producing spots for Footstock. We both delighted in the fact that the ads ran in sharp contrast to the types one expected to hear on a Classical music station, and we were like children playing in an imaginary world, and “getting away with it”. I loved that Rob “got me” and I looked forward to our weekly productions- we always left each other smiling, if not actually laughing out loud. He was sincere, funny and professional. I am so very sorry for his loss. He added sunshine and laughter at every meeting, and I will always remember him for his comedic wit and timing. He was a kind friend.

Romy Hopper

December 5, 2019

My heart is broken knowing that a special person is gone to soon. Rob - thanks for all the laughs at work...the entire team misses you. You will always be the #1 Patriots fan on earth!
My prayers for your family during this difficult time.

Maka Shioshvili

December 5, 2019

I met Rob through the training sessions he provided at our site and have known him for 2 years. He was a great professional to interact with, and had a very sweet, pleasant personality. Every time he visited our site in Bluefield, we had lengthy discussions. He told me about his Ukrainian heritage, I was telling him about Georgia (country of my origin) and how those two countries partnered with one another. He was very attentive and kind person. I am deeply saddened with his untimely departure. He will be very much missed in Bluefield.

Fred Kirsch

December 4, 2019

Rob and his voice was a Patriots staple. He was always helpful, ready with his craft and creativity to give life to our words. We were so fortunate to work with Rob for so long. I’ll always keep you in mind, especially when we travel to Buffalo!

Yakini Edwards

December 4, 2019

Rob was a very patient man. I am happy to have met him and was looking forward to letting him know my baby is born. Thanks for all you kind words Rob. Although, we recently met you were awesome each time we spoke. My condolences to the family in this time, try to be strong and know I am praying for the best for you all!

This is from the Teleperformance NLD Site.

Keisha Cornelio

December 4, 2019

Rob and I met through our DeVry connections, and although I only knew him for a very short time his kindness will not ever be forgotten. He sent my special needs brother to a Pats game, which has been a dream of his for years, and his generosity made a huge impact on me and my family. Rob was a pleasure to work with a kind soul. I send my sincerest condolences and prayers to his family and friends, as I know that anyone who knew him will miss him greatly.

Maureen Place

December 4, 2019

I first want to tell you all that I'm so sorry for your loss!. I just joined Pepsi as the new Nurse Practitioner last year at this time and I had just met Rob. He was persistent to begin visiting our facility last year during our annual Wellness Fairs here at PepsiCo in Cranston, RI. I wasn't sure how to go about it and he guided me every step of the way. He was my first Vendor here and was the 1st from DeVry ever to come to the New England facility. Rob made an such a great impression on so many of our Employees and myself. Many were excited and hoping to see him again this coming spring. I personally enjoyed meeting him and still have the DeVry pen he gave me. It reminds me to spread his message about DeVry. It saddened me to hear he will not be able to return, but he paved a path for others. What a great guy! I feel privileged to have had him last year!

Tanner Jubert

December 3, 2019

It seems like yesterday I was being provided wisdom by "The Picnic Bench Philosopher" and learning the true meaning of Justice from the Honorable Judge Little Robby Schuller. Rob was a true counsellor, mentor, and friend and the world is certainly a better place because he was in it.

Thoughts, love, and prayers to his great family. Thank you for sharing him with all of us campers.

Carl Strube

December 3, 2019

I only knew Rob a short time when he worked for us at WNBP radio in Newburyport, but I never met a finer person. Rob was kind, fun to be around and we missed him when he moved on. So sad to hear of his passing at such as young age. He will be missed by many people.

Greg Coe

December 3, 2019

I had the privilege to work alongside Rob a few years ago and was struck with his genuine kindness and generosity. He always had a word of encouragement. Condolences and prayers for his family.

Greg Coe
Seattle, WA