May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
to the dotzler family
sorry to hear of you loss... also that i did't get to attend on saturday.
my sister said that it was very moving service. bobby is in my prayers.
our country has lost a great person that will never be able to be replaced, but will be remembered.
God's blessings and prayers to the family of a great hero-Robert Dotzler.
Although, his time on earth was short; his imprint has been set. His shoes will be hard to fill. The 'Hafa Adai' spirit of Guam and her people will always keep him close in their hearts.
Bobby I am so sad you are gone! We haven't talked in about 6 months but know I always thought of you! My heart is with you as you make your journey to God.. Becky, Nikki, Ann, and Robert, my prayers and thoughts are with you!! I love you all so much!!! R.I.P Bobby.. or in the words of Becky, Bobby the Navy Diaper! ;) hehe..
To Robert's Family.Please acceptmy thanks and gratitude foryour son's service to the country and for the special olympians. I have a special needs athlete so it touched my heart to know your son was so giving of his time and energy.
Robert and Adel so sorry to hear of your loss Aunt Audrey and Uncle Bill
i will cherish the 5 months we lived together it was truly an honer to know you
Robert was a truly adaptive, embracing, and genuine soul. I had the luck to know him after he came out to California, a period for him that I understand was one of the hardest he'd faced, leaving friends back home and trying to find success. He never let that stress shut him down, he kept trying and kept working toward his goals when so many would have given up and gone home.
He was a walking lesson and a friend, a person to learn from despite his age.
Good knowing you Bubbles.
Where do we find such fine young men and women, who willingly place themselves in harm's way for our country? What unique circumstances create such young heroes? How sad it is when we lose them, all too soon, for they are, each and everyone, irreplaceable.
Remember this young man and all the other men and women who protect us in your prayers today and every day.
And thank God for giving them to us, if even for far too short a time.
God bless America, and the men and women who stand in her behalf. Never break faith with them.
God bless the Dotzler family in their time of sorrow.
Robert's grandfather, Oliver, was my uncle and brother to my father, Harold Dotzler. I am sorry to hear about Robert's death. And send best wishes and condolences to the family.
Bobby was a lovely young man; gracious, kind, hard working and just a lot of fun to be around. Always ready to pitch in and do his part with a grin, he seemed to have an endless source of things to talk about. He had a boundless enthusiasm that made me smile. I count myself lucky to know such a bright soul. May his ancestors welcome him home!
From the mother of a Marine who recently served on a MEU. Thank you for his service and that of his family.
Robby was a great man and will be dearly missed. He was a member of our Asatru Kindred in California and he spent a great deal of time with my family. He was loved by us like a part of our family. He was like my little brother.
My daughter dated Bobby a few years back and he was the most kindest and polite young man that I have ever met. My heart goes out to his family during this difficult time and may the good memories of Bobby put a smile on your face in the days to come.
I can't imagine your heartbreak, but what a remarkable young man. Robert did more things to be proud of in 24 years than most people do in 100. It was way too soon, but this remarkable young man made a DIFFERENCE. Remember, in Christ there are no goodbyes, and in Christ, there is no end. -
As a mom to twin daughters currently serving as US Navy Master At Arms 2nd Class and USMC Corporal, my heart breaks for you. Your family is in our prayers.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all. May your wonderful memories carry you all through this very difficult time. May he rest in peace with the angels
I read this obituary with deep sadness; I do not know your son or his family. I just wanted you to know that there are praying people in your community who are lifting you up to help you deal with your tragic loss. With my deepest sympathy ~
Dear friends and family of Robbie, I and my brothers in uniform offer our deepest condolences to you all in your time of grief. As a fellow diver I wish to offer my own personal words as well. Robbie has given the ultimate sacrifice in his service to his country. For defending my own personal freedoms, for being who he was, and for being my friend, I will always remember him as a true hero.
No words can express the sorrow. My prayers are with you Adel.