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Robert Carroll Masters, Jr.

Posted 2019-01-11 by mhenderson
Published in Today's News-Herald on Jan. 11, 2019 -
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -

Robert Carroll Masters, Jr., of Lake Havasu City, passed away
unexpectedly on Dec. 31, 2018, surrounded by his closest friends at
the young age of 55.

Rob was born Sept. 14, 1963 in Anaheim, California. He graduated from
Patrick Henry High School in San Diego.

Rob married the love of his life, Marcia Lauren on July 22, 1995 in
Lake Havasu City. In Havasu, Rob and his wife spent more than 23 years
together building their life and family.

Rob dedicated his career to APLS, a land surveying company that he
played a monumental part in opening in 1999. Rob continued to work
hard in this company, while keeping the office atmosphere bubbly until
he passed.

Rob enjoyed bowling, camping, music and sports. He absolutely loved to
cook, many times using ingredients that he and his wife grew together.
His favorite part was sharing his creations with all of his friends.

Rob was one of the most genuine people to encounter. He was
sentimental, supportive and funny all at once. Rob's laid back
personality was always inviting. He not only loved but loved with his
whole heart. He was a wonderful husband and father. Rob will be dearly
missed by his family and friends.

Rob was preceded in death by his father, Robert Carroll Masters, Sr.
and his mother, Evelyn Marie Masters.

Rob is survived by his devoted wife, Marcia Masters; his son, Robert
Carroll Masters III; and his newborn grandson, Benjamin Angius
Masters.

There will be a celebration of life in Rob's honor Jan. 12, 2019 at 11
a.m. at the Lake Havasu Church of the Nazarene.

Services were entrusted to the care of Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home.
Thoughts and condolences can be sent to the family at www.lietz-
frazefuneralhome.com.




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