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Robison Sundell

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ROBISON SUNDELL Sept. 28, 1985 - Oct. 23, 2009. Robison "Robi" Stewart Sundell went back to live with his Heavenly Father, after 24 years of fun, work, service and adventure. Robi was a son, brother, uncle and friend who loved his family, nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends. He was born in the arid landscape of Las Vegas, raised as a stalwart C.O.D. (child of the desert) and grew into a lively and fun young man. After graduating from high school, Robi served an honorable mission for the LDS Church in Sapporo, Japan. Upon his return, he attended Brigham Young University where he completed two years of study in International Business and Japanese. While at school, Robi lived in squalor with friends whom he treated like family and he loved every minute of it. Together, they spent many days (and nights) getting into innocent trouble, barbecuing, jeeping, riding mechanical bulls and longboarding. Remarkably, his friends say he rarely missed his classes. Robi's favorite hobbies included four-wheeling in his beloved Jeep "The Jewel," longboarding with his buddies, turning a wrench with his dad, sharing his culinary skills with hungry friends, motorbiking with his brother-in-law and testing the maximum velocity of any moving vehicle he had the pleasure of driving-a number that isn't small. He is survived by his father, Kris; mother, Nancy; sisters, Jennifer Davis (Steven), Melissa (William Worden), and Abby; brothers, Bryan (Kristen) and Peter (Heidi); five nieces and two nephews; and large extended family. All who knew him will miss him tremendously. Robi lived every day to the fullest and will be remembered for his insatiable thirst for fun and his big heart. He was mild mannered, handsome, polite and would drop everything to help anyone who asked. Robi's generosity has continued even in death with the donation of his organs and tissues. We will dearly miss Robi, but we feel this world was simply too small for him. While we mourn the death of his Earthly body, we rejoice in his eternal soul and his resurrection. We pray that he watches over us as he serves his Lord and Master. We loved Robi and we love him still--he was beautiful. Viewing will be 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 28, at Palm Mortuary, 7400 W. Cheyenne Ave., Las Vegas. An abbreviated viewing will also occur from 1-1:30 p.m. in the LDS meeting house, 3300 N. Buffalo Drive, Las Vegas, with Robi's memorial service following at 2 p.m.

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