Robert Loup
Robert Erwin Loup, Denver. Husband of Robyn Loup. Father of Cathy (Roy Langbord) Loup, James (Diane) Loup, Wendy Loup (Marty) Fleisher, Shari Loup (Steve) Draghi, & Rebecca (Pete) Stuart. Grandfather of Coby Loup, Maxx Loup, Madison Loup, William (Brooke) Sockolov, Jennifer Sockolov, Benjamin Sockolov, Zachary Stuart & Nathan Stuart. Service, Sunday, 12:00 Noon, Hebrew Educational Alliance, 3600 S. Ivanhoe St. Interment, Mt. Nebo Memorial Park. Contributions to JCC Denver, Shalom Park, Kabbalah Experience, or CLAL - The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership, 440 Park Avenue South, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10016-8012.

Published by Denver Post from Mar. 17 to Mar. 19, 2017.
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My sincerest heartfelt condolences to the Robert Loup family. I have fond memories of knowing Bob and having a successful partnership with Loup Development to build apartment properties in Denver in the 1990s. When I was involved in the building of our synagogue in Del Mar, California, Bob was President of United Jewish Appeal and endorsed the proclamation and dedication of the synagogue. Bob was a sincere man with the utmost integrity and a true mensch. Bob is one of my favorite people. I will always feel blessed to have been associated with Bob. May Bob's memory be a blessing to his family and friends forever.
Kent Hytken
December 1, 2020
Bob was one of the most interesting and special men that I have ever met. His legacy is forever in the special deeds he did for the community. May he rest in peace!
ted bortolini
March 11, 2019
35 years ago as a young man I was the United Jewish Appeal rep in the Northwest for many years. Although Colorado was not one of the states I was responsible for, I would often contact Bob for assistance.
He NEVER was too busy to either take my desparTe calls or to jump on a plane to fly to Seattle or Portland to save me.
We often traveled together while escorting Itzchak Rabin or Moshe Daya in the Nortwest.
I very much remember sitting at a hotel in Portland befor Itzchack Rabin was to make a speech to the Portland Jewish Community.
After the meal, I reached for my back pocket to get out my wallet to pay for the meal.
Out of nowhere, this large strong hand grabbed my hand and stopped me from taking out my wallet. I was surprised and when I looked up, it was Bob's hand. He looked at this young kid awho was a long way from his Los Angeles home working for Israel and said, When you are with me, you never ever reach for your wallet
Today I am still in Los Angeles and am 66 years old.
Bob helped the UJA raise millions of dollars in my area of responsibility alone!
I will never forget you Bob and have told this story about the mensch you ARE a hundred times.
Thank you Bob
Samuel Hellet
July 7, 2018
So Sad today to find out about the passing of our dear friend Bob Loup. Our sincere prayers go out to Robyn & his family. We will miss him so much:) He was a beautiful human being with a kind heart. A true friend:)
Candy & Arthur Lewis
March 27, 2017
We are so sorry to hear of the death of your dear spouse, father, grandfather, relative and wonderful friend to so many. We know what it is like to lose someone you love so much. We will always remember him and how kind he was to everyone. Your loss is ours.
With love and sympathy, Chris and Chick Foster
March 24, 2017
Robyn and family,
We are so sorry about Bob's passing. What a great man and friend. The eulogies at his funeral service were profound and insightful... Giving those who knew and love Bob a sense of his funny, loving, compassionate and caring parts of his life, which he led with great humility and dignity. As a West High School graduate, he never forgot his community, his friends and great times that got him started. It was nice to learn more about his great role models his parents, Max and Rose. Thank you Bob for all the support you gave my wife when she ran for office and thank you my buddy for never forgetting all your friends from the class of 1947. I'm so glad that we celebrated our 70th class reunion two years early as you urged us to do. Truly enjoyed that day of celebration and catching up. God bless you my friend and may your soul rest in peace, we believe you will, because you have led and left so many great projects and accomplishments on this earth. Affectionately, Ben and Fran Coleman
Ben Coleman
March 20, 2017
One of the kindest as well as greatest man that I have ever known. May he rest in peace. Condolences to Robyn, who he loved very much

Ted Bortolini and Family
Ted Bortolini
March 18, 2017
Deepest condolences to the family during this most difficult time. May you find comfort and peace in knowing that your love one is in God's memory and will always be "precious in His eyes." Ps 116:15
March 18, 2017
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