In Loving Memory

From the bottom of our hearts, we would like to thank everyone who attended Saturday’s Celebration of Bob Beyster’s Life. It was a beautiful and harmonious occasion from the start through the stunning sunset on the patio overlooking the bay. We know that he would have enjoyed it. Here are a few photos from the service.

For those who were not able to attend, thank you again for your condolences. We’ve included the program here and will provide a link in the future when the videos are available.

–The Beyster Family

Photos courtesy of J.Dixx Photography

3 Responses to “In Loving Memory”

  1. 1 Tony Laganelli

    One of the best decisions I ever made in life was to join SAIC(SAI) and surround myself with talent abound. This was all made possible by the vision of an entrepreneur who brought a new dimension and vision to the industrial and university world. I thank Dr. Beyster for his legacy and how he made my life better. Forever grateful,

    Tony Laganelli

  2. 2 Bill Weeks

    The celebration of Dr. Beyster’s life brought back great memories and was very inspirational. It reminded me of what we are supposed to be about. There are some folks in the history of our country that I look up to and whose example I try to live by (Dwight Eisenhower, George Marshall, George Keenan, and Bill Davis). I count Dr. Beyster among these great people.

    I was especially delighted to hear Mary Ann’s stories about growing up with her dad.

    Bill Weeks

  3. 3 Neil Gerardo

    With immense gratitude to Dr. Robert Beyster, all humanity resides on a much higher plane. We should challenge ourselves to emulate the significance of his achievements.

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