In loving memory of

Robert A. Bybee
April 29, 1956 - November 2, 2019

Robert "Bob" Allen Bybee, age 63, died Saturday, November 2, 2019 at The Denver Hospice Care Center in Denver, Colorado.

Bob was born on April 29, 1956 in Omaha, Nebraska. He attended the University of Nebraska Lincoln, College of Engineering Technology and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. He married Kathleen Balderson in 1984 and moved to San Diego, California where he worked for General Dynamics as a Mechanical Design Engineer. In 1990, Bob was recognized for his outstanding contributions to the product development process for the Tomahawk Cruise missile and was awarded the Employee of the Year in Research and Engineering. He also invented and holds a patent for a low storage-volume closure device for curved surfaces used on the Tomahawk Cruise missile. In 1993 Bob and his family relocated to Denver, Colorado, and formed MasterPlan Construction Company.

During his free time he enjoyed coaching baseball, watching sports, gardening, hunting and taking the boat out with his family.

Bob was preceded in death by his infant son, Ryan Robert Bybee; mother, Betty Ann Bybee; and aunt, Dorothy Schewe. Bob is survived by his loving wife, Kathleen Balderson-Bybee; daughter, Krystine Bybee and son Tyler Bybee all of Denver, Colorado; uncle, Alvin Schewe; siblings: Karen (Pat) Lund, Tom (Kym) Bybee, Susan (Dale) Davis; as well as many uncles, aunts, nieces and nephews.

In honor of Bob, visitation will be held Sunday, November 10th, from 2:00-4:00 P.M. and funeral services Monday, November 11th, at 10:00 A.M. followed by a luncheon for family and friends at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, 7909 Mormon Bridge Road, Omaha, NE 68152.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established to the families choice.


Jeffery D. Skinner wrote on Nov 10, 2019:

"So sorry to hear that Bob has passed. My wife - Stephenie Palmisano Skinner grew up next door to the Bybee's. We are praying for the entire family. Jeffery D. Skinner"

Tony DeLuzio wrote on Nov 5, 2019:

"I worked with Bob for many years as a construction partner, you could not find a more honest and hard working man. Its been a while since we have talked but I have good memories of past years. Im very sorry for the families loss and Bob you will be missed....Tony DeLuzio "

John Lowry wrote on Nov 5, 2019:

"I am sorry to hear of Bob's passing. He always had a great sense of humor and a quick smile. Enjoyed our fraternity time in Lincoln and summers on Carter lake. Bob is probably water skiing or playing baseball/ softball somewhere now. "