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Robert Weinzetl

Robert H. Weinzetl III

Tuesday, September 17th, 1968 - Thursday, June 27th, 2019
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Posted at 12:36pm
When I heard the news about Rob aka Knee I was in disbelief. In some ways I still am. I expect to hear his voice when I'm on discord (or going further back Teamspeak,), on how to make the gaming clan bigger & better , a character better, or you shouldn't say that UNLESS /without asking first (lol) while telling me what he's making for a meal. He was straight to the point when he didn't agree with something & would tell you why (whether you agreed with it or not lol) It was always interesting to hear about who he knew in the comic/movie/art world & his insight on how things were or could be better or it didn't matter in the world.
The joke between him & Chuck has finally come to a close. My deepest condolences to his family, our mutual gaming friends & all who knew him. I considered him a friend & a fellow gamer. He will be missed. DM

Justin dube

Posted at 11:30pm
Rob was one of my first influences into gaming... and he morphed into a mentor figure for me and later a good friend. The last few years led to some ideological differences between us and always just assumed the man would be there... he always was in the past... he saw me through a lot of stuff over the last 10 years... rest east bro.

Michael Hatton Jr.

Posted at 12:47pm
Robert H. Weinzetl, I knew him as Rob. I will raise my glass to celebrate his life. He was always willing to help out. He will be missed by many. Condolences.

Mike (Papa)


Posted at 09:29am
I’m so sorry for your recent loss. My deepest condolences to your family. Death of a loved one is never easy to endure, but you don’t have to go through it alone. Continue looking to God and you will always find comfort in him (2 Cor 1:3,4). He will soon destroy the enemy of death (1 Cor 15:26), and He will soon return our loved ones to us through the resurrection (John 5:28,29). Please visit JW.org and search “When Someone You Love Dies”, it helped me through some difficult times and I hope you can find comfort in it also.

Darren R

Posted at 07:06pm
Rob was the kind of man that would tell you like it is. We gamed together for decades, literally, but it was so much more than gaming. He was always there for all of us and Gaming was in his blood. He will be missed in ways words will never tell. Some people just "know a lot of people in real life" but for Rob, he knew a lot of people in life, and he touched all of us in his way. Regardless of whether it was online or in person. Our blessings to your family Rob. You made a difference, thank you.

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