Deceased Information


    Robert Zweig

  • AGE



    Thursday, April 06, 2023 (After Sunset)


    Saturday, April 22, 2023


    4:00 PM



    It is with great sorrow to announce that Robert Neal Zweig, age 70, of Cumming, Georgia, passed away unexpectedly on April 6, 2023. His family is deeply saddened by his sudden death.

    Robert Zweig was born on July 3, 1952 to Charles and Beverly Zweig in Chicago, Illinois.  He was primarily raised in Birmingham, Alabama and attended The University of Alabama. In 2005, Robert met Kim Denise Zweig in Atlanta, Georgia and they went on to marry in 2009. They lived a fun-filled life on the lake with their 7 cats.

    Robert is survived by his loving wife, Kim Zweig. He will be forever remembered by his Step-children David Blake (Michele) Sanders and Leslie Anna Bradley.  He was a cherished step-grandfather to Makenna Bradley, Kimber Bradley, Olivia Bradley, McKenzie Sanders, Braylee Sanders and Carter Sanders.  He is also loved and remembered by brothers Rick (Heather) Zweig and Dennis (Selah) Zweig. He was an adored Uncle to Jenah (Nick) Myroniuk, Bree Lorenzo, Ivan (Heather) Zweig and Aaron (Megan) Zweig.

    Robert had the biggest heart, was a kind and thoughtful soul and will be missed and remembered by the many lives he touched. He was very witty and incredibly compassionate. He loved the beach, boating, hiking, traveling, cooking, gardening and animals. He had a successful sales career, first in the clothing industry then later as a BMW consultant. He received numerous awards during his career.

    Upon his retirement, Robert volunteered his time for the Feral Cat Program of Georgia. He was extremely passionate for this cause.  In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation, in memory of Robert, to the Feral Cat Program of Georgia, by donating here:                     

    Family and friends are welcome to attend a celebration of life, which will be held on April 22, 2023 at 4:00pm at Dressler’s Funeral Care and Chapel, 3734 Chamblee-Dunwoody Road, Atlanta, GA 30341. Arrangements by Dressler's, 770-451-4999

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  • Alan Corin

    Rob was a wonderful person. From the moment I met him I knew he was very special. I am so sorry for your loss. He was a one of a kind. My condolences to all.

  • Tim and Robin Clesen

    I considered Rob a great friend and neighbor. We both moved into our homes about the same time. It didn't take long for Rob and I to become friends. I loved just doing the casual talk with Rob when I would see him watering his plants or cooking some bbq. I know that he is in a good place now. Our whole family was extremely sad that Rob was taken from us. I just remembered that Rob picked up our kids from school a few times when we were unable to. He was just that kind of great guy. Have said many prayers for Rob and Kim.

  • Greta Raymond

    I am so sorry for everyone's loss. Kim, I know you lost a dear husband, friend, and life partner. Jenah, you lost a very special uncle. And Dennis and Rick, you lost your baby brother. Selah, you lost your brother-in-law. My heart and thoughts are with all of you in this very difficult time. I plan to watch the service on Zoom so while I will not be there in person, I will be there in spirit.

  • Allan Wilson

    I’m going to miss Rob and his good humor. Rest in peace. I

  • Sorin Vainer

    Kim - Very sorry of your loss,our condolences …Rob will be remembered for his energetic smile ,humor and warmth. I plan to be at the funeral . May Rob rest in peace and may his memory be blessed ?

  • Laura and Joey Irvin

    Rob was a gentleman, patient, kind, generous and had the biggest heart. He volunteered for kittens and cats and loved every minute of it. I pray, every night, the God gives my sister Kim the strength for his loss of her ever loving husband Rob. We will always cherish and miss you Rob. LOVE YOU ROB!!

  • Daphne Fradl

    As long as we live, they too will live; for they are now a part of us; as we remember them.” —Jewish Prayer Memories of this good man, Rob, will be treasured always. His gentle heart, his kindness, love for family, his furkids- cats, and so much more. My heart aches for you, Kim, the love of his life. I am so sorry for your loss.


    Rob , a great friend! I will miss you so much ! God bless you and may U rest in peace!

  • Donna Hudson

    I first met Rob and Kim in 2021 when I interviewed for their Pet sitter. I could tell instantly how close they were and how much they loved each other and their cats. The thing that caught my attention was the level of Rob’s involvement in the cure for the kitties. As a pet sitter, I typically deal with the wife/female rather than a male. However, in the case of the Zweig’s both Kim and Rob were involved in every decision concerning their precious kitties. Men who are cat lovers tend to be patient, kind and giving of themselves. And I believe that was true of Rob. Whether it was giving instructions for the cats care while they were away, talking about the painful loss of one of their cats or showing me his cane poles that he found on the side of the road to stake up his tomatoes, it was evident that he was a kind, compassionate gentleman who loved Kim and the beautiful life God had given them. Kim, I am heartbroken for your loss and only wish I could have had more time to get to know Rob.

  • Kim Zweig

    How lucky I am to have had someone that makes saying goodbye so hard. In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years. And Rob and I had the best years ever together. Oh how I miss him!!!

  • olivia bradley

    much love????

  • Darlia and Rich Dombrowski

    We are so heartbroken by the loss of our dear brother-in-law, Rob. We will always remember him with love and treasure the precious memories we made. He definitely left a mark on our hearts and will be missed. We love you Rob! ??

  • Joan Bennett

    We are so sorry for your loss, Rob will be missed.

  • George “Ben” Gay

    Mr. BMW, the ultimate automotive sales consultant. My friend, Rob. Every two or three years for the past 25 years Rob enlighten me with the newest technology, brightest colors, and the best smelling new cars The ultimate persuasion to trade in my old hot rod to get the latest and greatest. Rob made every moment of our transactions together fun and professional. I always loved my time together with Rob. He made me smile, laugh and brought the best out in me! I would drive an extra 25 miles to do business with Rob every time he moved to a new dealership laughing all the way ? Rob Zweig was my BMW experience. It had nothing to do with a dealer … brick or mortar. oh no, it was his warm, personality, boyish grim and convincing sales story why my old car would be surpassed by the newest and greatest. What a salesman! I always enjoy spending money with my friend, he was worth the extra! Oh, how I miss our conversations, our time together, lunches out, etc. etc. Especially getting to know you and Kim together as proof as it has been, a true love affair. True example of the American dream. Rest in peace my friend BenGay.

  • Terry and Donna

    Never got to meet him but I can see from your posts that there was love in this marriage. We know he’ll be missed and leave an empty spot in your heart. Our deepest condolences.

  • Stan Mukoro

    Rob, You were such a gentleman not only to your clients but to everyone around you. I always enjoyed coming into your office to look for early morning snacks. You made life so easy for me at the BMW store because I could always count on you to get the job done. JeNika and I pray that God Almighty protects your lovely wife Kim during this very difficult time. Ps: I still have the Hermes Buckle we swapped. I will always cherish it in your memory ???

  • Shirley Millicans

    Sending heartfelt condolences to you, Kim, and the family. May God strengthen you to bear this loss.


    Kind & generous was Rob. A cat lover, he also befriended the little masked bandits that lived in his back yard & trees. And don't forget that he and his friend Graham Lefton were the kings of gormet Bar-B-Q!

  • Richard S. Dombrowski

    going to miss Rob always asking for the bird carcass so he can pick off the meat and eat for the next week.

  • Lori Salkin

    We will miss you Rob Love you and Kim! ?