Robert W. Westover III

Robert ‘Robbie’ W. Westover III, born Aug. 27, 1960 to Robert W. Westover Jr. and Susan S. Westover, died April 29, 2008.

His career experiences included Dunn and Bradstreet, McCaw Cellular, Boeing, Tiger Shark Golf, several start-up high tech companies and Microsoft.

Rob is survived by his wife, Jamie Winslow Westover and her children: Megan and Ryan; daughter, Rachael Westover; son, Robert ‘Bert’ W. Westover IV; grandson, Donovan Westover; sister, Deborah Westover Winram and her husband Scott and daughter, Mary Helen of Frederick, MD; brother, Russell Stowe Westover and his wife Suzanne and children Gabrielle, Christine and Alex of Snohomish, WA; parents, Robert W. Westover Jr. and Susan S. Westover of Bellevue, WA.

A celebration of Robbie’s life was held at Washington Cathedral, located at 12300 Woodinville-Redmond Road, Redmond, Wash. 98052. Services began at 2 p.m. on Thursday, May 8, 2008. Following the memorial service relatives and friends gathered for a reception at Sammamish Forest Manor Club House at 2407 175th Ave., NE, Redmond.

In lieu of flowers, a scholarship fund in the name of Robert W. Westover III will be set up to help deserving students attend Washington State University. Details of this will be forthcoming soon. For information please send an email to his father at rwwestover2@comcast.net or call (425) 747-1740 or to his wife Jamie at jamwest@microsoft.com or call (425) 333-6734.

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