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Conroe, Texas, 77303
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Robert Marshal Burrow
January 3, 1970 - February 4, 2005

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Jennifer JonesBrad Dodson
Jorge and Julie Garcia-IniguezHayden & Stacy Griffin
Heather (Ashley) NelsonAmanda McCumber
Karen WoclottLeo Hewett
RobertRobert Burrow
Bill, Brenda, Kaetlyn and Michael (Sananikone) AndCheryl, Gary & Taylor Readiio
Cheryl, Gary & Taylor ReadioAngela (Andrews) Kennedy & family
Anita HenryBarbara and Lloyd Rosenfelder
Carol HuntDeniece McRae
Kathy McLemore (Pam's mother)Kathy McNeely
Kelly KellerKen and Diane Andrews
Larry and Maryja AndrewsLaura Daniels
Michael NovackRebecca Horton
Sara Smith-FringsStacy Trost
Unc Pete and Aunt Barb andrewsVickie Rosier
Eddy,Beth,Drew &Leigh-ann Hill


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By: Brad Dodson Dec 20, 2005
I only learned of Robbie's passing a few hours ago and I am bereft of words. Robbie was a close friend during my elementary days and through most of my youth. For many years, he was family. He was a beautiful person. For his children, I would want them to know that - he was graceful, athletic and compassionate. The things I knew of him were always positive in nature. He was a gifted soccer player, very competitive, yet he also was a loving family member to his parents, brother and grandparents. He valued family, even at a young age. I have much to say and recall, but that is for another time and place. For now I will end with the thought that his death at such a young age, while it grieves me, seems not too out of place - for people such as him are rare and only grace our world for a short length of time. Even from the distance of not having seen him for years - I will miss him immensely. His family was blessed to have had him.
By: Saul Garza Feb 26, 2005
Maggie, Tommy & David:

My thought are with you. He was one of my closest friends growing up. There are too many stories that I have been thinking about and it truly saddens to hear about this tragedy. Though we have not talked much over the past few years, the friendship that we developed will always be there. I will always think of him. He influenced my life and was a great friend. If I can be of any assistance please let me know.

Saul Garza
By: Noel Garza Feb 21, 2005
Just as everyone else has mentioned, I am in disbelief that this has happened. But my sincerest sympathies do go out to the Burrow's family. There isn't a childhood memory growing up in Conroe that doesn't include both David and Robbie. He will always be remembered by me as a person who enjoyed life, very ambitious in his pursuits, and always a joy to be around. Again my, condolences to his family and you are definitely in my thoughts.
By: Jorge and Julie Garcia-Iniguez Feb 14, 2005
Dear Beth and all of Robert's family,

I am still in disbelief over what has happened. I think it will take many months for it to finally sink in. My family wishes to express our deepest sympathy for you all at this time. Robert was a great friend for the 17 years I've known him. We shared many triumphs and victories in our college soccer days. It was great to know such a crazy, funny, and larger-than-life person! It's funny, I never realized how often I would think of of Rob throughout the day. For each financial article, political affair, newest technology gadgets, taxes(!), and even old stomping grounds, I think of things and wonder what Rob's opinions would be on the subject. Guess that is just testimony for how much he impacted our lives. As long as I live, I'll never forget Robert Burrow (a.k.a. Boo, Rob-Dog, Go-bino, "The Cat" [his incredible goalkeeper agility], Elite Keeper, RumBah [R.M.B. sounded out], etc.).

Jorge, Julie and Abby Garcia-Iniguez

By: Patricie Cullinan Feb 8, 2005
Maggie, I can not imagine what you are feeling. I did not know Rob, but he as your child/adult child is more than enough. My heart and prayers go out to you and all you family, Rob's wife and children. God is with him although we are not. Too short a life for a mother and wife to deal with and even shorter still for his children. I hope there are plentiful pictures of Rob for his children to see and realize how much he loved and lived for all those who loved him. Peace will come with time. Time is the only healing factor. But as with all things, it takes time. My love to all. Cousin Pattie
By: Amanda McCumber Feb 8, 2005
To the family of Robert Burrow:

My heart breaks for your family. Robert and I were friends from about 94-96. He worked with my mom at McCall, Gibson, and Company in Houston. We spent countless hours washing cars, playing soccer, and hanging out together. I will always remember his laugh and his smile. He was always so much fun to be around. I will miss him dearly. Please know that my family, friends, and church are all praying for comfort and peace to you all.

Amanda McCumber
By: Cory and Kristie Jackson Feb 8, 2005
To The Family of Robert:

I worked with Robert at McCall, Gibson & Company several years ago. His sense of humor helped turn a difficult project into something fun. I learned a lot from him, and enjoyed working with him. I know that there are no words to take away your pain right now, but please know that our family is praying for you, and for strength.
By: Leo Hewett Feb 8, 2005
Maggie, Tommy

I can't imagine what sorrow and loss you are suffering, but please be assured you have many friends praying for you and Robbie's family. I felt compelled to submit my tribute of sympathy to you all. I was thinking back on the many years we've known each other from Tommy teaching me my masonic work to the days of you girls going to nursing school st San Jacinto College when the boys were just kids. They grew up and made you proud parents. We may get out of daily touch, but never forgotten in friends minds and hearts! God Bless You.

Leo Hewett
By: Cheryl, Gary & Taylor Readio Feb 7, 2005
Dear Beth,

Words have little comfort at times like this, especially from a distant cousin. Please accept our heartfelt condolences and expression of deepest sympathy for you and your family.

Cheryl (Andrews), Gary and Taylor Readio

Cumberland, Maine
By: Michael Novack Feb 7, 2005
While at Humble ISD, I had the privilige of working with Robert for several years. It was a privilidge because of his personality which made everyone feel welcome and his sense of humor which always left me with a smile. Not often have I met a person so easy to like and so unpretentious. I know that all of his extended family at HUmble ISD will miss him, just as I will.
By: Kelly Keller Feb 7, 2005
Robbie and I grew up together from K-12. I will always remember the smile on his face every day. He was a great person. Soccer was a gift given to him and we all loved to watch him play. My heart goes out to you Beth and your childern. To David and Tommy keep your chin up for her.
By: Kathy McNeely Feb 7, 2005
Dear Beth-

I met Robert during his interview with Splendora and was so impressed with his knowledge and personality. We were all looking forward to working with him. Just wanted to let you know I am thinking of you.
By: Bill Andrews Feb 7, 2005
Please accept our sincerest condolences. Due to distance, I knew Robbie briefly - yet, thought the world of him. I will always remember Robbie and David taking his "poor cousins from NY" out on the town one night when we were visiting Conroe. Even from that short time we spent with him, I could tell right away that Robbie was a genuinely GOOD person. God Bless Robert and God Bless his family.
By: Kathy McLemore Feb 7, 2005
Beth -

I am so very sorry at your tremendous loss. I know what you are going through, as I lost my husband (Pam's step-father when she was a senior in high school). He was only 40 y.o., and, like, Rob he had a fatal heart attach with no prior warning. I'm so sorry your precious babies only knew Rob for such a short time. I guess that's why God gave you those babies a little early, so they could enjoy their daddy and he could enjoy them for a little longer than what you had originally thought. You and your family are in my prayers. Please remember, you have a wealth of support in family and friends, don't be afraid to call on them, anytime. We love you and are here for you.
By: Barbara Rosenfelder Feb 7, 2005
Maggie, Tommy and Beth,

Please know how sorry we were to hear of your loss. You are in our prayers and we will continue to lift you up in the coming days and weeks when you feel your heart will break. God will be there to comfort you and hold you close to His Heart.


Barbara and Lloyd Rosenfelder
By: Barbara Rosenfelder Feb 7, 2005
Maggie, Tommy and Beth,

Please know how sorry we were to hear of your loss. You are in our prayers and we will continue to lift you up in the coming days and weeks when you feel your heart will break. God will be there to comfort you and hold you close to His Heart.


Barbara and Lloyd Rosenfelder
By: Barbara Rosenfelder Feb 7, 2005
Maggie, Tommy and Beth,

Please know how sorry we were to hear of your loss. You are in our prayers and we will continue to lift you up in the coming days and weeks when you feel your heart will break. God will be there to comfort you and hold you close to His Heart.


Barbara and Lloyd Rosenfelder
By: Ken and Diane Andrews Feb 7, 2005
Our thoughts are with you and the challenge ahead. You've been given two beautiful gifts from Robbie and the task of maintaining the dreams he had for them. Life is pleasant, death is peaceful and new life is motivational. It is the transition that is painful. Let the girls bring their joy to you and absorb it for both you and Robbie.
By: Joe Crane Feb 7, 2005
I am at a loss for words.

My deepest heartfelt sympathy to the entire family. I think Robbie was my first great friend. He was my wonderfully talented teammate and had one of the biggest hearts, while laughing or competing, of anyone I have ever known. I feel honored to have known him and blessed to have called him my friend. ..................If the family needs anything, I will do whatever I can to help in any way possible.

sincerely, Joe.
By: Anita Henry Feb 7, 2005
I want to send my condolences to Beth, kids, and all of family. Robert was a real good friend of mine almost like a brother. We talked, debated and even made little wages on issues that we dealt with daily. I will never forget him and all the nutty things he said and did. May you somehow find comfort in knowing that in your time of loss your in my thoughts and prayers.
By: Linda Currie Feb 7, 2005
I met Robert at the Humble ISD Administration building. He would sometimes have lunch in the break room. There I would hear stories about his horses and stables. Recently passing in the hallway he talked about his "two for the price of one" special. His beautiful new babies. That is an accountant talking for you. He was a joker. He will sincerely be missed.
By: Rebecca Horton Feb 7, 2005
I am so sorry for your loss. Robbie was exceptional and inspiring, I will remember his smile and charm always. May God give you strength and comfort you at this difficult time. Please know you are all in my prayers.
By: Eddy,Beth,Drew&leigh- Hill Feb 6, 2005

we are deeply sorry for your loss nothing we say will ease your pain but always remember we are here for you if you ever need anything and hold your head up high and look the world in the face.We love you


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