Robert Hildt, 56, La Jolla resident, banker, volunteer
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Published - 04/04/14 - 04:52 PM | 8963 views | 0 0 comments | 62 62 recommendations | email to a friend | print
La Jolla resident Robert Hildt, CEO at Bank Development Group and a career banker instrumental in forming two community banks for which he served as president and CEO, died March 25 after a battle with cancer. He was 56.

Hildt, born and raised in Los Angeles, was a standout athlete at L.A.’s Culver City High School and a graduate in public administration from the University of Arizona.

A Vietnam veteran, he was awarded the Army commendation medal for meritorious service and went on to earn a master’s degree in banking from the University of Washington.

He had lived in La Jolla with his wife Deborah and daughter Natalie since the 1980s. He had served as a volunteer on the La Jolla Town Council and the neighborhood’s Traffic and Transportation Committee, Christmas Parade Committee and the Community Center board.

Burial will be at Fort Rosecrans Cemetery, with a memorial service and life celebration in La Jolla on April 12.

Anyone who wishes to attend is asked to email Deborah for exact details at

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