1961 Robert 2020

Robert Thomas Sargent

July 3, 1961 — October 18, 2020

Mr. Robert Thomas Sargent was born July 3rd, 1961 in Brooklyn, New York to the late Robert E. and Marilyn N. Sargent. He was the youngest of 5 children born of this union. Robert went to his heavenly reward on October 18th, 2020.
Robert moved to Hampton, Virginia as a young boy. In his 53rd year he joined his sister, Sabrina L. Tumlin-Ward and Brother-in-Law, Terrace L. Ward, In Indianapolis, Indiana, where he resided until his passing.
Robert was employed at “Tower Dining” on the I.U.P.U.I. campus in Indianapolis , Indiana for four and ½ years, until the current Covid 19 pandemic occurred in March of 2020.
Robert was a member of Freedom Full Gospel Community Church, Pastored by Pastor Elder Carlos A. Thrasher Sr.; 926 W. 29th Street, Indianapolis, IN. 46208, until he met his glory.
Robert is survived by 3 sisters; Stephanie Maureen Conley, Sabrina L. Tumlin-Ward and, Ruthea Viola Sargent, on his mother’s side and on his father’s side; Mother, Joann Sargent, 3 sisters; Shenice, Alice, and Sandy. 1 brother, Robert Edward Sargent Jr. 4 nephews; Jacob, Trevon, Marcus Jr., and Christian; and 6 nieces: Fuchsia, Joann, Tatiana, Sara, Lilly and Brandie.
Robert was adored by all of his family and friends and will be sorely missed. The family wishes to remind all who knew and loved him, the verse in 2 Corinthians 5:8, which states, “To be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord. . . “
May the Lord bless and keep us all.

The Final Kiss
The time we all spent together was wonderful. How you made us all laugh with the memories you remembered, (and, those you forgot). It took us back to when mama was still here. Remembering the good and not so good times always filled us with joy. It wasn’t the good or the bad that mattered, it was the fact that we were all together. As time went on, we went our separate ways. Living life as it came to us; all with different experiences, good and not so good. We always kept each other in our hearts. When you became sick we were all together again. This time, dreading, that final kiss. We watched you as you became sicker and we knew the day was getting nearer; but, we thanked God for allowing us this last time to be together. We were there until the end, as was mom and all the others. We held your hands and rubbed your precious head. All the while thanking God for this, the final kiss.
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