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Cabello, Robert

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July 11, 1951 - November 15, 2015

Cabello, Robert

Robert Cabello of Dallas, Texas passed away on November 15, 2015 at the age of 64. Viewing and visitation will be Friday, November 20th from 4-8pm at our Aria NWH location below.

Arrangements are under the direction of:
ARIA Cremation Service & Funeral Home
10116 E. NW Highway
Dallas, Texas 75238
214.340.8008

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Robert Diaz

April 08, 2020 5:47PM

Met Robert Cabello summer 1964. We both attend Franklin and Hillcrest. Been friends since. Stayed in contact all these years. Its sad he had to battle and suffer with cancer. On be half of the entire DIAZ family RIP my friend.


Gordon Smith

November 20, 2015 2:50PM

I met Robert at Texas Tech in 1974 where we were both studying photography and working at The Varsity Bookstore across the street. He was always a good friend to me over the years and I will miss him dearly.


Hector M. Flores

November 18, 2015 11:01PM

Our deepest sympathies to the Cabello family and friends who will miss his great smile and friendly personality.
He played a very important role in documenting countless cultural and political events, family gatherings, in the City of Dallas that express the growing influence of Latinos in the last 40 years. Rest in Peace Amigo. Hector & Tula Flores & Family


Laura Rangel

November 18, 2015 4:46PM

Robert was a great guy. I met Robert when my father brought him home in Lubbock as he was going to Texas Tech University. My father and Robert wanted to start a Golf Club and with his determination they set up the Pan American Golf Association. Robert always had admirable qualities to the very end including trying to beat his cancer. My family will truly miss him. Thank you Robert for touching our souls and becoming part of our little family. Love Frank, Ramona, Laura and Alyssa Rangel.


Laura Rangel

November 18, 2015 4:08PM

Robert had a great heart. My father brought him into our home and he became an instant family member. He was going to Texas Tech University at the time and they working on making a Golf Club that would become Pan American Golf Association. He so much passion and determination that he kept with him until they very end including trying to beat his cancer. We love him dearly and shall be missed very much. He really touched our souls. Thank you Robert for coming into our lives! From Frank, Ramona, Laura and Alyssa Rangel. Rest in peace and Love you!


Randy Squibb

November 17, 2015 2:50PM

Robert had a very gentle soul. I will never forget the day he showed up at LL Hotchkiss elementary school in 1963 and joined our struggling basketball team. We did not struggle after his arrival. I enjoyed a very long friendship with Robert. Like so many things in life, we get so busy we loose touch with old friends, RIP Robert, RIP.