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My belated sympathies to you in the loss of Bob. I met Bob and Doris one time when they visited my home in Decatur, IL on a genealogy trip. They visited with my Aunt Mildred and also with me. I am sure you will miss him greatly, but he is in a better place now. Please forgive the late acknowledgment. I appreciated getting your postcard.
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived. I'm sorry for your loss. I have delivered Bob's mail for the past 10 years. On many days I would turn the bend to your families home and he would be outside tending the garden. He always waved and smiled his big smile which always brightened my day. God Bless him and his wife Doris as they are reunited.
I'm sorry to hear this sad news. My sympathy to your family. Bob hired me at the University of Alaska my first year in Alaska. I stayed in the Mathematics Dept for 35 years until I retired two years ago. I have many fond memories of Dr. Brown.
We are so sorry to hear of Bob's passing. We are praying for Bob's soul; though we're sure he's in heaven with Doris. Please remember that you and your family are in our thoughts at this sorrowful time. Cheryl & Gary McClain