The First Annual Robapalooza Golf Tournament - Dinner
September 25th, 2004

One Year Ago - July 12th, 2003
My thoughts on the SFWeekly article

Robert Ramirez


We'll miss you so much. The time we had together was short, but the memories will last the rest of our lives. We always laughed, joked, and
sometimes even bickered, yet we always had a good time no matter what we did.....that we will always miss. We love you,
we're proud of you, and we'll never forget you! Rest in peace Robert!

Uncle Jimi - July 13th, 2003 - The day this site was created

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Why Did You Go Rob Low - by Christina Ramirez

I know God has a plan for everyone
But y was yours so short
I thought u would be here with us much longer
But I guess I was wrong
When God called your name
I knew u wouldn't be here with us anymore in person
I know u are here in our hearts and always will be
When you left our hearts were broken
For days we wept and wondered why God took you so soon
I know you want me to be strong
The one to pull the family back together
So I took charge and will do my best
Hope I make you proud
We will alwayz weep but not that often
Cuz we know in our hearts
You are telling us to let you go
Even though it hurts us so
We love you and will never forget the memories we shared

RIP Rob Low....You are the real #1 stunner!!!!! Love, Christina = )


Donít grieve for me, for now Iím free;
I took His hand when I heard him call;
I turned my back and left it all.
If my parting has left a void;
Then fill it with remembered joy.
My lifeís been full, I savored much;
Good friends, good times,
a loved oneís touch.
A friendship shared, a laugh, a kiss;
Ah yes, these things, I too, will miss.
Perhaps my time seemed all too brief;
Donít lengthen it now with undue grief.
Lift up your hearts and share with me;
God wanted me now, He set me free.



July 18th, 2003 - Kelly's Cove

On behalf of our family, we would like to thank those who sent flowers, cards, and were there for us in this tragic time.
Your condolences, prayers, presence and kind gestures, is helping us cope with his death. We realize Robert
had many friends, was special not only to his family, and that he will be truly missed, yet never forgotten.
James Crowley - Robert's Godfather / Uncle

On August 25th, Robert would have turned 25 years old. Our family and others went out to the cemetery and brought gifts, took photos, told stories and were there to pay our respect. All their lives I photographed my nephews and niece, yet I never imagined photographing them standing over the resting place of their brother and cousin. Robert was a father, brother, and friend to them all and watched over them at all times. I know in my heart he still is.



On Christmas Eve, friends and family went out to the cemetery, placed flowers, and decorated a tree for Robert. 2003 was a difficult year for our family since the passing of our brother Robert. Through the stories, guest book entries, letters and cards people sent, it helped us, comforted us and showed us what Robert meant to a lot of people. That's what meant the most to us and helped us remain strong, begin the healing process and move forward knowing Robert was loved, respected and will be truly missed. A day doesn't go by that we don't think of him, miss him or wonder why he had to go. We know Robert didn't want to leave this life, he was having too much fun doing what he did. We also know in our hearts, he watches out for his friends and family like he did so well when he was here. For those who miss him as much as we do, helped us through this tragic event, and were there for us every step of the way, we want to wish you and yours, a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.


Christmas this year wasn't like any other without Robert with us. We gathered like we do each year, and with Robert in our prayers we had a great time celebrating Christmas together. He may not have been here in person , however he sure was with us in spirit. The two days prior to Christmas I was in the dark room printing photographs of Robert that I had pulled from my archives. As 2003 comes to a close, Roberts mother Debbie and our family would like to thank everyone for their support, prayers, thoughtful gestures and for being there for us. We appreciate your love for Robert, and want you all to know with Robert gone but not more then a whisper away. We can move on and be proud we had him for such a short, but very memorable time.

May God bless you and keep you and your's safe in the years to come!!