Robert Damien King

October 18, 1960December 3, 2020

Robert Damien King (Bob, Bobby, Superman, King Bobby) was born in Denver CO, resided in Boulder, CO and passed away on December 3, 2020, at age 60.

It was time to relinquish his Crown and his Superman suit. His mission here now complete. Robert exits this lifetime to begin a new journey. Free to walk, run, dance, hug, kiss, write, talk, sing, play his guitar like a rockstar, and celebrate.

He was a warrior with a fighting spirit, and a super hero in the eyes of many.

His spirit shined bright with a personality bigger than life, one that rubbed off on everyone he came in contact with. A Jokester that loved to get your goat, and crack up knowing he did. How could you ever forget him! He left imprints in many, many hearts, and many memories to remember him by.

His life’s mission was to share love, laughter, and joy. He made a career out of it. His loving soul was contagious. He shared Smiles with Everyone, and frowns with only a few.

Blessed with a strong will, shining spirit, awesome personality, and joy that he shared with others, he gained 30 additional years of life. What an inspiration! He was/is a very close soul to God. Yet experienced life in a human body, just as everyone, with emotions, and feelings. A body that some may have perceived “with limitations”. Although it may have appeared to be limited, that wasn’t so. Robert was proof. His physical body was only one part, of his whole being and never stopped him.

Robert's mind and soul expanded beyond our knowing. His soul spoke loud, even though he couldn’t speak. His tongue and facial expressions spoke even without a voice, and even though Robert's body was contracted, it moved enough to get your attention.

Each year of his life and every person in it was special. He saved the best part for last. The last 7 years Robert's life expanded and blossomed with this new opportunity. He had been surrounded by love and great care. He had amazing people in his life, wonderful friends, and a lot of them!!! He got to live life differently, experiencing things that he hadn’t before. Really great years of life, friends, and great love.

Robert is survived by his mother Ruth Weichselbaumer, sister’s Mary Chambers, Judith (David) Rosales, brother’s Kevin (Sheri) King, Lonnie (Denise) King, Heniz (Connie) Weichselbaumer, nieces and nephews Serina, Kayla, Preston, Mallory, Ethan, Dustin, Christian, Amanda, Jesse, Shane, 4 great-nieces, and 8 great-nephews.

Robert is preceded in death by father’s Ronald King, and Leo Weichselbaumer, grandparents, Anna and Bob Rowley, Cecil King, And John and Matilda Lederhos.

Robert’s Celebration of Life Ceremony will be held in March or April spring of 2021. Please stay tuned in for details to come.

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If you are wanting to send flowers or make contributions in memory of Robert (Bobby), we have created “Bobby’s Buddies Fund”. All funds will be used to purchase gifts from a “wish list” for his buddies at Imagine.

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  • Memorial Service

    Friday, May 7, 2021


  • Reception

    Friday, May 7, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Friday, May 7, 2021


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Caleb Bucher

May 7, 2021

It will never cease to amaze me that, through this predicament, Bobby never lost that loving and joyous way about him. His smile could lighten up a room like no other.

It was a privilege, and a genuine joy to work with Bobby. He will not be forgotten.