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Robert Tambini

August 9, 1924 — June 29, 2019

Robert Louis Tambini, 94, of Waddell, Arizona, departed this life on Saturday, June 29, 2019. Robert was born to Albert Louis and Vivian Yvonne Tambini on August 9, 1924, in San Francisco, California. After high school graduation, Robert attended the University of California at Berkeley. His education was interrupted by his enlistment into the U. S. Army. He spent most of his time in Europe as a medic, receiving good conduct and victory medals. Upon discharge, he returned to Berkeley and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Food Technology. While working at Gerber Products Company in Oakland, California, he met and married the late Beverly McCabe. They had two sons, Brian, who predeceased his parents, and Allen, who lives in Columbus, Ohio with his wife Diana and son Anthony. In 1975, Robert married Martha Cook and added her two sons to the family. Christopher, who predeceased Robert, and Cameron, who is married to Tracy. Robert had two grandsons, Anthony and Jimmy, and one great granddaughter, Madison. Robert is also survived by his brother Donald and wife Patricia of California, and several nieces and nephews. As the International Director of Gerber Products Company, Robert travelled around the world over-seeing operations of Gerber facilities. Upon retirement, Robert and Martha travelled around the U. S. and eventually settled in the Phoenix area of Arizona. A celebration of the life of Robert Louis Tambini will be held on Saturday, July 20, 2019, at 2:00 PM at Menke Funeral & Cremation Center Chapel, 12420 North 103rd Avenue, Sun City, Arizona 85351.
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