Robert Jesse Lujano
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Robert Jesse Lujano
  • April 25, 1944 - November 23, 2017
  • Grand Prairie, Texas

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Robert (Bob) Jesse Lujano, Sr., Father, Grandfather, Great Grandfather, Uncle, Brother, Son. Bob was born 25 April 1944 in Newton, Kansas to Billie and Esperanza (Hope) Lujano. Bob graduated from Newton High School 1962. Earned his Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from UT Arlington in 1986.

Father to Lisa M. Lujano, Robert J. Lujano, Jr.(Windy), Joseph D. Lujano(Leah), Julian D. Lujano. Father to Lisa M. Lujano, Robert J. Lujano, Jr.(Windy), Joseph D. Lujano(Leah), Julian D. Lujano. Grandfather to Joshua D. Oliver(Erica), Brent Robert Oliver, Alexander J. Lujano, Robert J. Lujano. Great Grandfather to Anthony D. Oliver (dec.) and Mia N. Oliver. Husband to Edna Lujano.

Bob loved his family and friends and the game of Golf. Bob could be found spending time with family and friends or out on the links with his friends. Bob is remembered for his sense of humor, helping hands and huge heart for humanity. Bob loved coaching sports and sharing knowledge with anyone and everyone he encountered. Education was a driving point for Bob to his children and grandchildren. Bob spent time helping out at church as an usher and member of The Knights of Columbus at St. Michael the Archangel.

Bob is preceded in death by his father Bill Lujano; Brothers, William, Carlos, and Richard Lujano and Great Grandson Anthony Oliver.

Bob will be missed by all who knew him.

"In lieu of flowers please send donations to this account, to help offset funeral costs." A bank transfer may be made through Bank of America; account manager is Joseph Lujano. The account number is: 488074422715. Checks may be made payable to Edna Lujano, 738 Woodlawn Lane, Grand Prairie, TX 75052.

The righteous perish,
and no one takes it to heart,
the devout are taken away,
and no one understands
that the righteous are taken away
to be spared from evil.
Those who walk uprightly
enter into peace;
they find rest as they lie in death. - Isaiah 57:1-2