Robert H. Chamberlain passed away at his home on January 30, 2005 at
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the age of 31. Rob was born in Phoenix, Arizona and grew up in Tempe. He was a graduate of Marcos Di Niza High School and Arizona State University. He was employed by Barrow Neurological Institute as a biomechanical engineer and conducted research in the area of spinal biomechanics. Rob loved the outdoors and enjoyed camping, fishing, and hiking. He was a huge sports fanatic and played in many community leagues: football, baseball, golf, soccer, and basketball
you name it, he loved it! He is survived by his wife and soul mate, Jill; mother, Gwyn Chamberlain; father, Harl Chamberlain; sister, Dawn Jacoby, grandmother, Hazel Getzen; aunt Charlotte Keller; uncles Johnny Getzen and Gene Chamberlain; cousins Sally, Deann, Lamar, Sara, Will, Melanie, Stephanie, Caroline, and Sarah Frances; parents-in-law, Pat and Scott Vandenburg; brothers-in-law, Jim Jacoby, Craig and Mark Vandenburg; sister-in-law, Michelle Vandenburg; nieces and nephews, Zoe, Sophia, Miranda, Nicole, and Michael. He is also survived by a very large extended family of loving and supportive close friends. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that gifts be made to the Robert H. Chamberlain Memorial Scholarship in Bioengineering. Checks should be made payable to the ASU Foundation and include the name of the scholarship on the subject line. Contributions to this fund should be mailed to: The Robert H. Chamberlain Memorial Scholarship in Bioengineering
% Mark Brower, Ira Fulton School of Engineering, PO Box 9309, Tempe, AZ 85287-9309.
Published in The Arizona Republic on Feb. 3, 2005