Robert “Bob” Ken Sweat

1/19/1953 ~ 12/18/2019

Robert “Bob” Ken Sweat, left this earth December 18, 2019 in St. George, UT. Born January 19, 1953 to Melven & Florence Mary Ricord Sweat in SLC, UT. Graduated from Tabiona High School, served an LDS mission in Dublin Ireland. He worked for Utah Transit Authority and was proud of his 42 years there. Married Carol Jean Romriell May 11, 1985 in Granger, UT. Bob loved hunting and fishing with his family. He was the favorite uncle and loved spending time with his nieces and nephews. At Christmas, he spent his time as Santa’s helper and was privilege to go down to the Hopi Nation to deliver toys and joy to the children. Bob is survived by his wife Carol Sweat, Fairview, UT; siblings, Joseph Sweat, SLC, UT; Delbert (Laurie) Sweat, Mesquite, NV; James (Glenna) Sweat, Mesquite, NV; Anna (Tad) Spader, Snowflake, AZ and many nieces and nephews. Preceded in death be his parents; siblings, Lewis, Marylou, Gary, Raymond Sweat, Rella Gandy. Funeral services will be held Saturday, December 28, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. in the Fairview 2nd Ward Chapel (125 E 100 N) with a viewing from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. prior to service at the church. Interment in the Fairview City Cemetery. Online condolences at rasmussenmortuary.com

11 Responses to “Robert “Bob” Ken Sweat”

  1. Dawn Sterner says:

    Oh Carol… I am so sorry to hear this. Bob was just an amazing person! I always enjoyed our visits. I know how much you’ll miss him. My prayers are with you.

  2. Robert MacMahon says:

    Uncle Bob was truly one of kindest, most optimistic, and loving people I ever met. He had a positive impact on my life (maybe more than he realized) and I presume so many others can say the same. To this day I think about when we lived there and he took me fishing where I caught the biggest fish I have in my life or when he took me to work once to ride the bus and see the town. I love you Aunt Carol and my heart and prayers are with you and everyone else who was lucky enough to have known him.

  3. Cindee Sweat Park says:

    We all love you so much! RIP uncle Bob!

  4. Alisa Cragun says:

    Bob was a wonderful man, a wonderful driver, and a wonderful friend. He will be missed by so many of us, but he has placed so many memories in our hearts and lives that we will all cherish. We wish the best for you in this emotional and difficult time, Carol. Prayers with you always. We love you.

  5. Mike Sweat says:

    Uncle Bob, we love you so much. Every Hopi Christmas that we have you will always be in our hearts. You will always be there with us and we will always say a Hopi prayer in your honor. I Know that we will soon see each other in the next life. Please give everyone a big hug for me. In the Hopi way all the uncles are seen as their fathers. That is how I look at you. You were a great man filled with love towards your fellow men and that will be your legacy.

  6. Gary Romriell says:

    A wonderful man, carrying in every way. Sorry to lose him.
    Stay strong Carol,

  7. Jessup VanTassell says:

    Sorry for your loss. Bob was such a good friend and he started a letter that went to all the missionaries from our ward. He was a great person. I wish I could be there but I am out of state. Love, Jessup

  8. Mary De La Mare-Schaefer says:

    Bob was an icon not just in Utah County but all of UTA. We all knew who the real Santa was! He took care of many people helping them get to important places and live their lives. I only knew him for three years and was lucky to both ride with and learn from him. We will miss him everyday.
    Mary De La Mare-Schaefer

  9. So sorry for your lose Carol. I worked with Bob at UTA. He was a great man and will be surely missed. Our prayers are with you.

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