I just learned of Bob's death today and am very sorry that I never kept in touch with Bob after my days at Landon Associates. He gave me my first job at Landon as a favor to my Dad and was just a wonderful person to work with and for. I have spent the last 30 years working for the Philadelphia Inquirer and could not have even gotten the job here without Bob's guidance and help in my first job. He was a wonderful person.
I will remember him at Mass on a weekly basis and pray for you and your family.
Dear Barbara, John, and Corinne, please accept my deepest sympathy. I am so very sorry to hear of Bob's passing.
With warmest regards from your cousin and family,
Thank you for speaking with me today about Bob, and for your kind words during this time of intense grief. I want to say once again how much I enjoyed all of my visits with Bob, to thank you for our friendship, and to wish for lessening of your grief as soon as time and memory will permit. Knowing the two of you I can readily imagine the love and support of your friends and family, but if you can think of anything I can help with I'm a phone call away. And remember 6 PM sharp!
Dr. Doug Smith
Barbara, please accept my sympathy on your loss. My thoughts are with you at this sad time. Fondly Julia
Dear Barbara and Family,
It's been many years since we were all neighbors on Westgate Drive, but I have fond memories or those times. I recall Bob as a warm and humorous man who enjoyed his friends and neighbors. My late parents and brother would have wanted to extend their condolences along with mine.