October 14, 1936 ~ March 27, 2020
Born in: Las Animas, CO
Resided in: Pueblo, CO
Robert Loyal Flinn, 83, passed away March 27, 2020. Survived by sister, Judy Flinn; two children, Loyanne Flinn and Robyn Flinn Livingstone; five grandchildren, Marta, Edenne, Javan, Evan and Roan; and great-grandchild, Lia. Preceded in death by wife of 53 years, Judith Shaffer Flinn; parents; and siblings, Juanita, Elgie and Darrell. Robert was born to Myron and Rhoda Flinn on October 14, 1936, in Las Animas, Colo. He served in US Navy Submarine Service, graduated from CSU Fort Collins with a BS in Electrical Engineering and retired from General Electric Company after a career as a Service Engineer and Nuclear Reactor Operations Expert. Robert delighted family, friends and anyone within hearing range with his musical talent on any instrument with a keyboard, accordion, piano and organ. He was a member of the American Theatre Organ Society. He loved being a Lions Club member and a member of Valley Community Church in Colorado City. Memorials may be made to Lions Clubs International www.lionsclubs.org/en/donate or American Theatre Organ Society www.membership.atos.org/donate/by-program Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com
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Thank you bob for all your hard work in Lions, I will remember you GGGRRRReatly
To Bob’s Family,
As Chairman of the Pikes Peak Area Theatre Organ Society, I know that Bob will be missed by the many people who enjoyed listening to his organ programs in Colorado Springs, Denver, and Southern Colorado. He was one of our favorite performers and played for us often.
To Bob’s family, he was one of my favorite Lions Clubs members even though we were members of different clubs. His enthusiasm for being a Lions Club member never failed to amaze me every time he played the piano at a club meeting and contributed to the general good humor that prevailed. Blessings to you and yours in this difficult time. Tom Tucker
To Bob’s family,
What a wonderful man Bob was. All of us at pickleball delighted in his humor and play…Bob won the YMCA Pickleball Tournament with a teenager!
I especially valued his piano playing at Brookdale. What a blessing he was. Anchors aweigh our friend “Submarine” Bob.
Love, Richard and Diane Ratliff Pueblo Pickleball Association Chairman