Celebration Of Life:

11/6/2015 Open house beginning at 3:00 p.m., Provincetown Landing Clubhouse 7900 West Layton Ave, Littleton

Robert (Bob) Mize

August 5, 1940
Passed Away:
October 27, 2015

Bob lived in Denver, Colorado. He was born at home in Starkville, Mississippi. He grew up in Mississippi and graduated from high school in Meridian. He served in the US Navy, and then attended the Memphis Academy of Arts. His daughter Cindie was born in 1962. When he moved to Denver he earned his B.F.A. degree from C.U. Denver. He went on to complete his Masters degree in Art Education at C.S.U.. He met Charline in 1980, they were married in 1983 and he became Robert’s stepfather. He worked for Denver Public Schools as an Art teacher and a Student Advisor until he retired in 2005. Bob was a competitive fencer and he taught fencing at Lake Middle School. He enjoyed playing golf and poker with family and friends. He loved books and was an avid reader. Bob liked listening to all kinds of music but his favorite was the Blues.

Bob is survived by his wife, daughter and son-in-law (Stan), stepson and daughter-in-law (Andrea). He has three grandchildren, Sara, Mitchell and Theodore.

In Bob’s memory… play a round of golf, read a good book or have a shot of Jack Daniel’s.

The family gratefully declines flowers, but donations may be made to: The Denver Teacher’s Club Assistance Fund at www.denverteachersclub.org/pdf/InternetContributionFormAF.pdf

Private Service at Fort Logan National Cemetery


13 Responses to Robert (Bob) Mize

  1. Mario De Leon says:

    My deepest sentiment and condolences to the Mize family. Bob certainly was one-of-a-kind. He had the best sense of humor that anyone could ever ask for. He always had a smile on his face and could definitely put one on yours. He had me rolling on ground on several occasions at the 19th hole. We lost a wonderful and truly caring man in Bob Mize. His presence will definitely be missed. Rest In Peace my friend!

  2. Ken Kadotani says:

    My condolences to family and friends of Bob. Knowing Bob is a bright spot in my life,.I am lucky to have known him. His wit, humor and outlook on life made him special. A particular memory of Bob will always bring a smile to my face. The memory was a story in the clubhouse that Bob, in his white shirt and trousers was mistaken for the 150 yard marker. HA! He will be missed


    Bob was a fine man. Family was alway first. I met him at the Grand Lake tournament several years ago along with his friends and family. 19th hole of course. He was maybe a 120 lbs. soaking wet. Bobby looks at us and says ” I think we are going to join your club”. From that time forward Bob brought a lot of smiles and laughs to the club. There wasn’t a soul who he did not have an affect on. He was a pleasure to know. My fondest memories are those at the clubhouse after our tournaments. OMG, what fun we had. Dont think I can repeat them here. You will never be forgotten. I’m glad I knew you.

  4. Jeff & Margo Johnson says:

    Char, We were saddened to learn of your great loss. Our heartfelt sympathy is extended to you and your family during this difficult time. With Deepest Sympathy, The Johnson Family

  5. Trent Wood says:

    My sincere condolences to the Mize family and all of their friends. Bob came into the Kennedy family in 2002 and brought his kind spirit and love for the game and life to all of us. He will be greatly missed. I am sure there will be plenty of rounds played and many more shots with his buddy JD!!

  6. Creta A. Bell says:

    I am so sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. I worked with him at Lake Middle School for several years. It was a pleasure to have known him. I will always remember the great times. Rest in peace!

  7. Wendell Logan says:

    I so enjoyed knowing Bob and the times I played golf with him. He was a true gentleman and will be missed but remembered.

  8. Gerrit Higashi says:

    My deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Bob Mize. I am thankful to have had the chance to meet Bob and get to share some great memories at Kennedy and Sterling with him. He was always a true gentleman and will be missed deeply.

  9. Lyn Cooksey says:

    My condolence to the family. I have many fond memories of Bob “who’s your daddy” Mize (that phrase was coined at Silver Dollar golf tournament). I was fortunate that he befriend me when I first joined KMC and I’m appreciative of the time I got to spend with Bob, I enjoyed his humor and wit. Thank you for your friendship and camaraderie. Your spirit for life remains. R I P.

  10. Bil Lobb says:

    It was a pleasure to have Bob and his family pass through my life. While my time with Bob was on the golf course or in the club house he was a great guy and always in great spirit. I feel honored to call him my friend. He will be truly missed. My prayers and thoughts to the family and friends. Rest in peace buddy.

  11. Ken Carlson says:

    Bob was always in good spirits and always had his drink in hand after a round of golf. I’ll never forget his shot on #2 at Overland in our 4 man Calcutta, holing out from behind and to the left of the green with the hole on the far left of the green. An impossible shot but Bob pulled it off and then it took the other three of us several minutes to convince him that it really did go in!! Speaks to how humble and kind a spirit Bob was and I will miss him dearly.

  12. Liz Baker says:

    The wonderful stories and beautiful memories shared by Bob’s nephew, Thomas, are evidence of a man who lived well. Deepest condolences as you all celebrate the life of Bob Mize.

  13. Kendall Corrick says:

    My condolences to the entire family. We lost a good man last week. I had the good fortune of playing many rounds of golf with Bob. He loved the game and particularly loved the 19th hole. Bob Mize will be missed by me and everyone who knew him.

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