Bob B. Volk

Bob B. Volk

December 01, 1956 - April 12, 2006

Bob B. Volk

December 01, 1956 - April 12, 2006


Bob Volk 49 born December 1, 1956 in Minnesota, died on Wednesday, April 12, 2006 in Mission Viejo, California of Cancer. He worked for OpVista, Inc. as a Senior Production Planner. Bob is survived by his wonderful and beautiful wife Alma M. Volk; loving daugther Jessica Volk; loving sons Matthew and David Volk; beloved sister Cheryl Volk Roth and devoted mother Eunice Volk. Bob was dearly loved by many who knew him and will deeply missed by all.

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25 responses to Bob B. Volk

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  1. Roger Jones says:

    To the Volk family,
    I worked with Bob at Powerwave for almost five years. Bob was a hard worker and took his job very seriously. Bob loved his wife and kids alot, he was always talking about them. Bob will be missed by all, but never forgotten. I called Bob HOF, because of his baseball days. HOF means “Hall of Famer”, and that’s what Bob will be forever in my mind.
    God bless and take care.

  2. Alma, Matt, Jessi and David,

    I don’t have words to describe how sorry we are for your loss, all we can say is that we are here for you.

    I Do Believe
    by Jennifer Janiszewski

    There is nothing I can do,
    to make him come back
    There are no words I can say,
    that can replace the words you long to hear
    There are no answer’s I can give,
    that will satisfy your questions
    There is not another soul I can introduce you to that will ever replace his
    And, there is no love I can offer that will ever replace the love you shared
    I can not promise your broken heart will ever be complete
    I will not say it could have been worse
    I will not deny it was a tragedy
    I will not lie and tell you he will come back
    He never really left
    I do promise he hears you when you speak
    I will say he loves you no matter the distance
    I will not deny he is in a better place
    And, I will not lie; he is waiting to greet you someday
    He is every you step you take
    He is in everything you do
    He is the air you breathe
    He is every beat of your heart
    ” He is like the wind. You can not see him…but you will always feel him”

  3. Cheryl and Family,
    Although under unfortunate circumstances, I was so touched by your warm sentiments regarding my father. Experiencing this kind of grief is more difficult than I could have possibly imagined, but we must try to focus on healing and carrying those happy memories with us in our hearts. My prayers are with you as well.


  4. The Oral Roberts University Golden Eagles baseball team for 2006 is honoring Bob by displaying a sticker on the back of all players’ helmets for the rest of the season. The sticker has #15, Bob’s number when he played baseball as an ORU Titan.

  5. Evelyn says:

    I will miss Bob. He was one of the first people who helped me when I started here at Powerwave and was always willing to help or explain. He was a first class salesman with the Girl Scout Cookies. I was one of his biggest customers. My prayers are with you.

    Love to you all

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