OBITUARY

Robert C RONDEAU Jr.

December 18, 1944July 20, 2018

Robert (Bob) Rondeau Jr. passed away peacefully in his home on July 20, 2018. Bob was surrounded by his family and best friends, Joe and Tina Komarmy who flew all the way from Miami, Florida to be with him. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Marlene Rondeau, and his children, Michelle Rondeau, Robert Rondeau III, Michael Rondeau and daughter-in-law, Robyn Rondeau. Bob had two beautiful grandchildren whom he adored and cherished beyond words, Reece and Wren Rondeau. Bob was blessed with a close and loving relationship with his brother-in-law, Mark and his wife, Monica Jaramillo and children, Nick and Theresa. Bob began his career with the IBEW 349 in Miami and then moved the family to Everett, WA, in 1979 where he became a member of Local 191 and then retired from Local 46 in 2007. Moving to the Northwest was the best decision and provided Bob and his family with a life full of many great friends and memories. Bob loved music and enjoyed dancing every weekend with those closest to him. Bob was happiest in the company of family and friends, always ready to tell a great story or share a joke. Please join us, August 12, 2018 to celebrate Bob's life the way he would have loved: Family, friends and loving memories. The celebration of life will be held at Normanna Lodge #3, 2725 Oakes Ave., Everett, WA 98201 at 5:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Mary's Place, an Emergency Shelter for Homeless Families. The address for Mary's Place is: 113 Dexter Ave N., Seattle, WA 98109. Lastly, the family would also like to give special thanks to the Staff at Providence Hospital for their support and care in the final weeks of Bob's life.

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Robert C RONDEAU Jr.

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Tatum Arnold

August 7, 2018

My mother was sick in the icu the same time Bob was, I woke up on a waiting room floor to Marlene asking me if there is anything she could do, over the next 2 weeks I got to know her and her children,and had the pleasure of meeting Bob and enjoyed stories he had of taking his kids camping. The circumstances were not great but this family helped me through one of the toughest times of my life,all of you are in my thoughts and prayers.❤️❤️❤️

Grace Dabolish

August 7, 2018

Such a sad time and hard to believe. The years have flown by. We all had some great times together when we were young and still a little foolish. Was I shocked when you announced you were moving to Washington and leaving us in Miami, however, I think you and your family really made a good decision. You’ll be greatly missed by all your beautiful family and friends. Sending all my love to your family. God be with you .

Veronica Kiesel

August 7, 2018

You were such a giving and gentle soul. Was looking forward to you making another trip to az so we could hang out in the dive bars of Apache junction. ...lol....You are sorely missed Bob. Still hard to believe your gone. But I have many happy memories to reflect on you and Marlene...love ya !!! Rest in peace my fellow Ibew brother. Always Ronnie

FROM THE FAMILY