MORROW: Robert M. Morrow of Los Angeles, formerly of San Diego, Pittsburgh and McKeesport, Pa., passed away May 6, 2016, at 78. Born February 3, 1938, in Philadelphia, he was known by family and friends as “Bobbie” or “Reuven.” Survived by his wife of 28 years, Sara; his children Beth (Marty) Katz of Larkspur, Calif.; Susan Morrow of Chicago; Zach Morrow of Los Angeles; Levi (Tikva) Morrow and Sam Morrow of Jerusalem; four grandchildren, Aaron, Rebecca, Rachel and Nathan Katz; and a brother, David (Linda) Morrow. A wonderful husband, loving father, trusted colleague and devoted friend to many around the globe. A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh in 1961, brother of Pi Lamda Phi Fraternity. Professionally, he raised the bar in the architectural lighting design community over a career spanning 55 years with Lumentations. His high-end projects pepper the globe. He was especially proud of his volunteer work; with BOLD (Blind Outdoor Leadership Development in Pittsburgh), teaching and encouraging blind children and adults to participate in active sports like snow skiing and skating; and Congregation Beth Shalom in Pittsburgh. In Los Angeles, he was a regular volunteer with Tomchei Shabbos, which provides Shabbat groceries and weekly supplies to financially struggling families. As a personal mission, quietly and discretely, he worked to find employment for others, provide new clothing for disadvantaged families celebrating weddings or bnai mitzvoth, and to deliver meals to a multitude of families every week. His heart and his home were always open to guests and travelers. Robert Morrow was a radiant light in a world often dimmed with discouragement, providing happiness and hope to everyone he met. He was laid to rest in the Eretz HaChaim cemetery outside Jerusalem. Please direct charitable donations in his memory to the following organizations, both near and dear to his heart: Yeshivat Orayta Scholarships (Jerusalem) or to Tomchei Shabbos (Los Angeles- Valley location) at https://tomcheishabbos.org.