The kind of person who joked and chatted with anyone who crossed his path.

Robert Westberry, 57, was only two years away from retiring as the special agent in charge at the Department of Defense and Investigative Services. He loved to work on his computer and was dedicated to his family. “He was an unconditional father. His love was unconditional. His giving was unconditional. His time was unconditional,” said his daughter, Sue Riley of Columbia, SC. Born Aug. 18, 1937, in Miami, FL, Westberry was a highway patrolman in Florida before going into the Naval Investigative Service. Robert and Tillie Westberry had lived in Oklahoma City for about two years.

Field of Empty Chairs

Robert G. Westberry
Robert G. Westberry
Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building
3rd Floor
Defense Security Service

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