Caroline Kingma


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Joey Ho

Rob is an inspiration to me. He was a leader that led with honesty and dedication. He mentored and inspired others but still remained so humble. His words and action were wrapped in compassion and empathy and most importantly he always influenced others to become a better version of themselves. Like many others, I am heart broken losing such a friend. Everything I am today and what I have achieved is owed to the person Rob was to me and still forever will be. While I may have never said it to him, he was my role model and I've been trying to follow in his footsteps by leading, mentoring and supporting people around me as he did for others. And I will continue to do so in n everlasting tribute in his memory and friendship.


Anne Phibbs

So many memories of a wonderful mentor and friend, and all round good man.



The first time I went out with Rob and Coles he had me straight on the double jack and cokes and the rest is history. He made me laugh so much that evening after beating me at a drinking game I taught him he even made it come out of my nose xxx


Amanda Howcroft

Last week we lost one of the best; suddenly and unexpectedly. Rob, you have been my boss, my mentor and like family to me for 10 years. I will cherish the friendship we had, the good times we shared, the business we worked on together and of course the genuine and fantastic guy that is Rob Kingma. You were a man of resolute moral standing, immense integrity and a person who loved his business and his people. You took our company from a start-up to become one of the most respected and fastest growing IT companies in Australia; a CRN Fast50 company 5 years running. Last month you donated $50K to December’s ‘Special Children’s Christmas Party’; just because we had a good year and in your words “Hey, it’s for the kids. I can’t wait to see them smile”. I’m beyond blessed to have had you take me under your wing all these years ago. We have all gained so much from having you lead and mentor us all these years and as we step into this new era we are proud to be doing so in your honour. The world has lost one of its best far too soon. RIP boss. Beyond blessed to have known you.


Jenny Lane

Much love my darling. 💓💕


Jane & James Pengilley (the Beans)

Happy memories of Robs visits to the Northern Rivers when he would pop up to see Shelly his sister. We shared some happy times, lots of laughs, and a few too many drinkies ...and funny memories of Robbie departing with his motorbike loaded with avocados (‘stolen’ from the farm next door ..😋) A special lovely man. Our heartfelt condolences to Robbie’s family ❤️ Love Jane & James (The Beans) xxx


Lani Edwards

You're right that Rob didn't just see people in his free time, but would free time to talk to you. He did that for me anyway. I"m so grateful that I had dinner with him last year - we went to Sake on Argyle Street and solved all the world's problems one evening over some excellent food and drink. I'm just another one of the many people who loved Rob and who will miss him dearly. Definitely gone far too soon.


Desiree Hearh

Nicole, I believe we only met your dad once but we do remember him. Our thoughts go out to you and your family for your loss. Stay strong


Mitch Barr


Barry And Barb Duncan

In memory of our son-in-law Rob. Such a good man who was a much-loved and greatly valued part of our family. You will be missed by us all and remembered always