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Robert J. Rumble

Portland, Oregon

Sep 24, 1967 – Oct 13, 2019

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September 24, 1967
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October 13, 2019
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Robert J. Rumble Sept. 24, 1967 - Oct. 13, 2019 Robert J. Rumble passed away unexpectedly Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019, from cardiac arrest. Robert was born Sept. 24, 1967 and was a lifelong resident of Portland, a graduate of Parkrose High School and Portland State University. Robert worked for many...

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My deepest condolences to Robert's family. I am so sorry to hear of his unexpected passing. Robert and I were very good friends at Parkrose Sr High School. I hold some very dear memories of our friendship. Robert was funny, caring and always had a way of making a bad day better. He will be missed by all who knew and loved him. Rest Well My Friend ~ Kindest Regards to the family and my deepest sympathy Tracy Fisher. Parkrose Sr High Portland Oregon

Dick, Arlene, Kathy, Rich and Diane,

On behalf of my whole family, I'd like to express our deepest condolences. You all know the relationship our families had growing up in Parkrose, so many wonderful memories. Robert's smile lit up the room! I can't tell you how many peanut butter and jelly sandwiches he ate at our house! :)

Our thoughts are with you all during this difficult time, he will be missed!

Sorry to read of your loss. May the Lord's comfort be with you .
Dick Swanson

Memory Eternal, Robert! Such good memories of you and your siblings as students at Parkrose High. Heartfelt condolences to your folks and siblings. David B. Cole

Rumble and I used to play hockey way back in the clackamas town center days, always a super nice guy, very quick witted. I was sad to hear about his passing as many of us where/are. Rest in peace Rumble, you will be missed by many.

I have a lot of great childhood memories of hanging out with Robert. He was a year older than me and was always teaching me things. I learned multiplication from him years before I had to learn it in school. He taught me what dirt was made of. We played a lot of football in the parkway. I loved how his mom answered the phone, which to this day I sometimes imitate: Yyyyyellow. Rrrobert? One minute. I have not seen him for many yearsthe last time was at a homecoming dance at Parkrose in 82 or...