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Mr. Robert Keith Diamond Jr.

Pasadena, Texas

Aug 15, 1926 – Sep 19, 2014 (Age 88)


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Pasadena Funeral Home Obituary

We witness now the passing of Robert Keith Diamond, Jr., beloved husband of Sandy Diamond, Daddy to Pam, grandfather to Andres and Virginia Diamond-Ortiz and great grandpa to little Andres and, his namesake, baby Nicholas Robert Diamond-Ortiz. He was the adored Uncle Robert to his extended...

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Robert Diamond was an exemplary human being. He was remarkably kind and gentle. He was a great reader, took great pleasure in traveling the world, and was a calm presence to all those who knew him. He could be counted on in all things. I am glad to have witnessed a part of his life.

My parents grew up with Mr. Diamond and knew him well. When I met Pam in 7th grade at JJHS my parents welcomed her into our home as their 6th child; however, I preferred to be at Pam's where it was peaceful and not at all interrupted. Mr. and Mrs. Diamond were so much fun and let us have lots of parties at their home. Mr. D always had a smile and very few words but you always knew where you stood with him. We all respected him. He was a good man and will be missed by all who knew and loved...

Uncle Robert was indeed a man to be respected. In every aspect of his life he showed kindness and thoughtfulness. He will not be forgotten by those that knew and loved him. It is only right to have a name sake to commend his depth of love for his family. He is a example for us to emulate and remind ourselves of a truly good man. We extend our sympathy to those left behind while we are thankful that we have shared in the life he has led. We rejoice to know he has received his reward in...

Uncle Robert,
You were a beloved Uncle and will be dearly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with Aunt Sandy, Pam and all of the extended family in Houston who are grieving your loss.

All our love from Florida,
Shannon, David, Dillon, Brody and Naomi

He was a quiet man who loved life. He cared for others and always had a kind word for those in need. Here was an honest man who never hesitated to express his thoughts or feeling, he remained true and strong in his convictions throughout his life. He never asked for any reward for any of the things he did, they were done because he knew it was right.
He will be missed by all.