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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  1. Allison Gray says:

    Dear Ones, precious children, Alma, Eunice, Cheryl & Al,
    I do have many great memories of Bob…..he truly was and is a great man. He loved you all so very much. He definitely did always make everyone smile and that always starts at home so, I know all of you had a part to play in his many smiles.
    There is no distance in the spirit…the night I heard of his passing on into heaven….I looked up and there was the most beautiful FULL moon…..I smiled myself and thought….Heaven is FULL…..Bob is there.
    Much love,
    in Him,

  2. Cheryl says:

    I miss you.

  3. Dear Volk Family,

    We are so very sorry for your loss, we never had the pleasure of meeting Bob, but he seemed like a wonderful man, and we are sure he will be missed by many. Alma, please feel free to call us for anything, we are right around the corner. We will continue to keep you and the children in our prayers and thoughts daily.

    The Aguayos

  4. Kathy Forbes says:

    Cheryl,Alma,Eunice and Family,
    I pray that you will soon have peace from the extraoidinary pain you have right now. I love you all and am so sorry I cannot be there to say the final goodbye to Bob. He will always remain in my memory as a strong,handsome and sweet man. Take Care of each other and may God grant you peace during this terrible time.
    Love, Kathy Forbes & Family

  5. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire Volk family during this most difficult time. Somehow, the Easter mystery continues to give Hope, that the tomb will be empty and he will rise to new life. I knew Robert since we were in first grade, and have many memories of growing up in LA. Thanks to Cheryl, I have also shared this part of life’s journey. My deepest sympathies and prayers. Margaret Kish

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