I came out of the service in 1946 and played music with Bill & Bob for many years. I played the accordion The 3 0f us played all over Toledo for many years After Bob moved to Florida I got some very interesting E-Mails. He was a great drummer and fun to work with I felt bad when I got the news from Bill All my music friends have died over the last 3 years Bob was great
I played music with Bob & his brother Bill when I came out of service in 1946. We had some great times in the music business for many years before he moved to Florida. We have sent each other a lot of e-mails over the last few years Bill, Bob and I all grew up together. Will miss his E mails. Bill Grisso Accordion Player
To my dearest dad,
Thank you for the wonderful life you have given to our family sheltered under God's care. I am forever grateful to you for raising us in a loving christian home.
I miss you each and every day that goes by and you will always be in my heart.
I yearn for the day we will be together again, singing and drumming together in heaven Love from your daughter Robyn
To the Freeman Family:
Many of us in the ITE got to know Bob and appreciate his willingness to share his perspectives, add a little humor and help his profession grow and serve the public. We will all miss Bob.
Thank you to all who have called and come during this time to see Bob at the hospital and now to provide care for myself and my family. I have been blest to have spent 32 years with this brilliant, funny, dear man and will miss him all my remaining life. He has given me an additional gift though, that of his three children and five grandchildren who are as dear to me as my own. I am full of pride and love for the family we brought together.