Robert Zimmerman Obituary, Death Cause – The Coastguard Association would like to express its deepest sympathies to Robert Zimmerman’s family and friends in the wake of the tragic news that he passed away. During the period that Zimmerman spent serving with the Rothesay Coastguard Rescue Team, he was promoted to the role of Deputy Station Officer. During the course of his lengthy career with HM Coastguard, Robert collaborated with more than fifty Coastguard Rescue Officers and seven Sector Managers/Senior Coastal Operations Officers.
In total, there were over a hundred people with whom he shared this experience. In his time with the Coast Guard, he collaborated with more than 150 other individuals. Additionally, he worked for the group as the Senior Coastal Operations Officer for the entire time he was there. Robert notched up a combined total of forty years of service time with the Rothesay Coastguard Rescue Team during the course of his whole career with the organisation during the time that he was employed there.
The members of Robert’s immediate family, as well as his extended relatives, friends, and employees in Rothesay and throughout the entirety of Area 4 who have been impacted by his passing, have our deepest condolences. We extend these condolences to all of Robert’s loved ones. Robert, you’ve finished all of the chores that were necessary of you; from this point forward, you may relax since we’ll be keeping watch. All of the tasks that were asked of you have been completed.
The Rothesay team has suffered the loss of not just a cherished coworker and personal friend, but also an experienced team member who offered a lot of knowledge to the group as a result of Robert’s passing. Robert was a member of the group who passed away. Robert was a member of the group who contributed a lot to the discussion in many different ways. Robert’s work in the HM Coastguard was distinguished by both his high level of skill and his obvious sense of satisfaction in his accomplishments.