- 77 years old
- Date of birth: Aug 7, 1935
- Date of passing: Jan 24, 2013
- Place of passing:
Pleasanton, California, United States
|Let the memory of Robert be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Robert Lim, 77, born on August 7, 1935 and passed away on January 24, 2013. We will remember him forever.
There is an open memorial service for all those who wish to celebrate Bob's life and fellowship with friends and family who knew him- Saturday, 10am, March 2, 2013 at Cornerstone Fellowship 348 North Canyons Prkwy Livermore, CA 94551
"Bob is a perfect reflection of God's love. A humble man who was a king to those he touched."
"Dear Lim Family,
I thank Bob and Marie for all the kindnesses shown to me and my family. Bob's smile uplifted & encouraged. He is among the people I will always count as a treasure.
Love, Joanne (Loh) Yee"
"Uncle Bob, you were a man who had a frequent smile and a hearty laugh. I will always remember how you rolled out the red carpet for me and my siblings shorty after our move from Chicago by loading us into your Rambler station wagon along with your kids and taking us to the SF Zoo for a fun filled day! See you again in heaven!"
"Dear Uncle Bob,
You were a shining light to me, growing up. You had such an open, generous heart that delighted in showing the love of God to everyone. You and Aunt Marie opened your home to me so many times when I hung out with Valli. I think of your jolly laugh and hope to hear you laugh again in heaven with our Lord one day."
"Dear Uncle Bob, thank you for the love you showed everyone including me when I was a child. I remember you always having candy for the kids at Montclair Park when we had CIBC church picnics. I remember once you included me on one of your family Tahoe trips along with Jessica. I got car sick. Thanks for your jolly laugh and warm smile. We'l l have a happy reunion in heaven. Love, Jasmine"
"Dear Uncle Bob,
We will miss your warm smile and easy-going personality. We will especially think of you at family gatherings, Thanksgiving and on Christmas Eve.
Christine & Harvey"
"Uncle Bob's joy and grace were so evident to all who met him. His joy in serving God in all things has been a guide in my life. I will miss his infectious smile."
"Uncle Bob lived such a real, down-to-earth life. I appreciated his example of godliness and care for others. Bob was the “heart” of the church – always welcoming, caring, comforting, encouraging -- a beautiful man. Our thoughts and prayers go to Marie and the rest of the family."
Time will ease your family's sorrow, tears to be wiped away, but your legacy remains and your wonderful stories will be remembered forever.
Jeremy & Zabrina"
"How comforting to know that Bob now enjoys all those promises now come true. He has fought the good fight and finished the race well. He was never ashamed of the Gospel. Bob shared how he would use his mornings by reading his Bible early before starting work. Funny how that bit of insight into Bob's life exemplifies great faith. Bob is now in the best company!"
I was among the many CIBC'ers who was greeted by your wonderful smile, words of welcome and cool golden tan =). You were the first person to show me how to serve as an usher by teaching me to take care of people, ensuring there were enough kleenex and cough drops and to ensure worship was always focused on God. God bless your family."
We will miss your warm smile and gentle greeting. Whenever I saw you, you had that special "Bob" smile. You were always so encouraging to all of us and we miss that. The legacy that you leave is great and we shall strive to carry on your legacy until we all meet again with The Lord"
"Uncle Bob, you will be greatly missed, but I know you are in total bliss worshipping our Lord in Heaven. Thank you for setting me straight during my growing up years at CIBC."
"Dear Lim Family
May and I will always remember Bob for the fun times we had; especially our European Splendor cruise with George Rutenbar, riding the donkeys on Santorini Island. I remember you helping Irene pick persimmons and how much you cared for Mr. Johnson. How wonderfull that you are now enjoying their very presence!"
"It's so very sad to see you leave but we will always remember the lifetime of smiles you left behind. May God continue to uphold and bless your family."
"We will miss you, Bob. You were always a friendly and familiar face at Cornerstone. May God comfort your family during this time of loss."
"Thank you, Lord, for Bob Lim. He truly is an inspiration to us all and a wonderful example of what it is to be a follower of You. How Bob loved You and loved others was such a joy to watch. Bob is greatly loved and will be greatly missed. Thank you for comforting Marie and all Bob's many family and friends, Lord. Amen"
"I knew Uncle Bob for a few years at CIBC in the 80's, but his smile and friendliness every time I saw him are forever etched in my mind. He was a man of God who lived out his faith in a very real and touching way. I know Jesus welcomes him with a "well done, good and faithful servant.""
"There is only two ways to remember Bob...as a man who loved God and loved others. He was an example of exactly what Jesus said were the two most important things. He did both well and will be missed.
To his precious family... especially dear Marie....praying for you during this time of loss. I love you all so very much. God Bless!"
"Thank you brother Bob, for all those years of fellowship with our Men's Prayer Breakfast Group where we shared much Love, Food, His Word, Prayer and Praise to our Lord. It was a grand time we had with each other of sharing and caring for one another. Goodnight and will see you later when we meet together at His feet."
"Uncle Bob always cheerfully welcomed me when I was a little girl on the steps of CIBC and and would ask for a kiss on the cheek. I remember asking my mom why and she told me that it made him very happy. I know he's in a truly happy place right now and I will always remember his smile, warmth, and joy."
"went to Hackberry La. with Bob. a wonderful week to get to know this blessed man of God!"
"Dear Lim Family,
I was a young college student when I attended CIBC. For the seven years I was there, most sundays I was greeted by your dad. I didn't have too much contact w/him other than that, but his smile, his genuine care and love has stuck w/me till this day. Prayers of comfort for all!"
"Dear Bob in Heaven: From the first time my family and I met you in 2002 you have been a joy to our lives through your loving and caring prayers - what a prayer warrior you are! Thank you for your friendship and all the fellowship you have shared so selflessly and at all times giving Jesus the Glory and Praise - a faith soldier for GOD. We love you and miss you immensely."
"Bob you will always be remembered as a Man of Prayer.
My home feels empty Without your Love, Care and the Joy of
the Lord you carried in your heart into the Mens Bible
Study on Wednesday night.. Please give Ron a big hug from me.
Marie & Family so very much."
"To our beloved Brother Bob,Thou all of our hearts are saddened that you are not with us anymore, You left such an amazing impact on all of our lives. Your loving heart, beautiful smile, and warm hugs, will be cherished in our hearts forever. You were a Great friend, Mentor, and Servant, to all that knew You. There are not enough words, nor tears, to describe how much we Love, and Miss You"
"To the Lim family; your dad, husband, grandpa was such a blessing to both Pam and I. If felt so cared for whenever I was around him. I'll never forget him being David next to Goliath at the men's retreat. I'm sorry to see him depart, we will miss him, thank you BOB for being an example of Jesus Christ's Love."
"Bob, we will miss you. You have been my bible study leader forever. Thanks for sharing yourself. I will also miss you standing at the church entrance handing out invite cards to the men's breakfasts.
Marie and the Lim family. I am sorry you have to got through this loss."
"I will forever remember the times we volunteered at Serve the City together and I will always remember the smile he had when the mothers allowed him to hold and watch over their babies/children there. He was such an amazing person always helping/blessing others any way he could. Rest in Peace/ Paradise Bob til we are able to meet again."
"George & I are so sad you were such good neighbors. Sending love and hugs. from our home in Southern Illinois. Love to all Cornerstone family. Bless your hearts!"
"Dearest Lim family!!
David and I are deeply saddened....as we will miss Uncle Bob very much. There has never been anyone like him at CIBC that is so welcoming, hospitable and caring. He emceed IBF with love, laughter and grace. He has been an encouragement to us and he will always be remembered and loved."
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