I have known Mr. Bob since I was a little girl. My father, Carol Gauthier, worked with him many years at A.G. Edwards. Mr. Bob was always such a sweet, caring man. He was a very genuine person and I enjoyed working with him and getting to know him. I know that he touched my father's life and was a role model for him. I feel truly blessed that I was able to know him.
He was always the gentleman and so kind to me. I appreciated him. he will be missed.
The Hazel Family: On a number of occasions I had the opportunity to play golf with Mr. Bob and enjoyed every round. He was a tough competitor and an outstanding player. But,what I remember most about Mr. Bob is the lessons I learned from him as my Sunday School teacher in the early 60s at Broadmoor Baptist. He was always prepared, patient, and forthcoming in speaking God's word to me, Ken Best, Mike Lester and others. His influence has lasted a life time because it was easy to see that Mr. Bob always did the right things. He practice what he preched. May God Bless Mr. Bob.
Grady, Cindy and all the family. I am sorry for your loss. I know it is your dad's gain. Sorry we will be out of town all week.
Jim & Kathleen
oOUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS FOR JIM, KATYA THE FAMILY AND FRIENDS.
GARY AND ANN COLE