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Robert Leon Hamilton

July 15, 1949 ~ December 2, 2019 (age 70)


In Loving Memory of 
Robert Leon Hamilton 
Forever In Our Hearts 
1949 ~ 2019

Robert Leon Hamilton was born on July 15, 1949 to
Bertie Lee Dawkins and Aaron Hamilton in Los Angeles, California. 
He was born at the County General Hospital,
and was the third child out of five to Bertie and Aaron Hamilton. 
Robert grew up in Los Angeles, California, he attended
20th St. School (Elementary), Carver Junior High School and Jefferson High School.

In 1964, Robert met Gloria Kane, 
They were both 14 years old and soon they fell in love 
and eventually married in 1967. 
He was a hard worker, what ever job he took on, he mastered it. 
His last job was with the Los Angeles County 
where he worked as a Custodian and eventually an Elevator Operator, 

transporting patients from the jail to the hospital. 
Robert worked for the County for 27 years and provided well for his wife and children.
His favorite past time was biking, jogging, spending time at the beach or the park with his family. 
He loved his family so much, especially his grand children and great grand children. 

Robert leaves to mourn him and to cherish his memory 
his Wife Gloria Hamilton
His siblings & their spouses: Gail Hamilton,
Linda Hamilton Johnson (Arnold),
Sharon Hamilton,
Ronnie Hamilton (AKA Superman). 

His Children: 
Robert Hamilton Jr. (Nakia)
Paul Hamilton,
Bernard Hamilton
& Trishawn Hamilton Jones (Phillip)
and a whole host of grand children and great grand children,
Niece, Nephews, family and friends. 


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Memorial Service
December 28, 2019

2:30 PM
Desert Memorial
1111 Las Vegas Blvd N
Las Vegas, NV 89101

Please note
Acknowledgements We, the family of Robert Leon Hamilton, would like to express our deepest appreciation for all of your prayers, condolences, support and assistance during our time of bereavement. Perhaps you dropped by to check on us, sent us a text or a message, maybe you visited to keep us from being alone. You may have sent flowers, food, drinks or sent a card to show how much you care. Maybe you gave us a call, or were not there at all, but were thinking about us. Whatever kindness you extended our way during this time, from the bottom of our hearts, we thank you for being there. Love, The Hamilton Family
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