Robert Bob Elliott Munger

May 30, 1938 - January 13, 2017

Robert Bob Elliott Munger

May 30, 1938 - January 13, 2017


MAY 30, 1938 – JANUARY 13, 2017
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You’re not forgotten, brother dear,
Nor ever shall you be;
As long as life and memory last
I shall remember thee.
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Bob will be sadly missed but lovingly remembered by all. He requested no flowers or service, but that any memorial contributions be made to cancer research. Bob is survived by 1 brother, 2 sisters, nephews, and cousins.
Bob was in the Civil Air Patrol during his High School years, later joining the Air Force (USAF/SAC 55th AEMS) and serving in the Cold War. After leaving the Air Force, he worked for Boeing. He left Boeing, and for 12+ years he built custom devices at the University of Washington. His nephew was the first patient to undergo surgery with a monitoring device he designed. In 1978 he set out on his own selling his first product, a specialized transformer to hundreds of broadcast stations. His Audisar products are used in Lucas films, THX commercial theater systems, in the trams at Universal Studios, at radio and TV stations, and in the US Senate. He enjoyed building home theaters, custom sound systems, producing transformers, and other products for industrial customers. He also invented a one-of-a-kind stereo pre-amplifier using vacuum tubes, and improved FM antennas. Electronics and sound system designing was his passion. Inurned in Bellingham, Wash. at Bayview Cemetery.
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Do not stand at my grave and weep;
I am not there, I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow.
I am the diamond glints on snow.
I am the sunlight on ripened grain.
I am the gentle autumn’s rain.
When you awaken in the morning’s hush;
I am the swift uplifting rush,
Of quiet birds in circled flight,
I am the soft stars that shine at night.
Do not stand at my grave and cry;
I am not there, I did not die.

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3 responses to Robert Bob Elliott Munger

  1. Tony West says:

    Farewell brother, I enjoyed our visits together and our “men’s talks” on our mutual interests, you helped to build America’s first rockets, well now you can ride your rocket to the stars and I hope you find the journey awesome and wonderful, R.I.P.

  2. Ann,My deepest sympathy on the loss of your brother.

  3. Ryan says:

    You will be missed Uncle. I always admired your intellect and humor. I hope you’re in a better place now. Love, Ryan

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