Cindy, i worked for Bob for 5 years in th mid '80's at Semmes as a paralegal. I know how much he loved you and the boys. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
I worked for Bob many years ago at Semmes, Bowen & Semmes and always had a great fondness, respect and admiration for him. He was the man who taught me to love being a paralegal and I thought of him often. My deepest condolences for his family and close friends.
Cindy, I knew you and Bob from GA at Duke way back when. Bob was one of the first people I met, a fellow Baltimorean. I remember his passion for politics and love of a good debate. Very sad to read about his passing. My deepest sympathy to you and your boys.
This is so unbelievably sad. May Mr. Franklin rest in peace.
Cindy, I first met Bob about 25 years ago at an ABA/TIPS meeting. We became great friends. I was sad to hear about his death. He was such a great man, that his legacy will continue to live in each one of us. My deepest condolences to you and your sons. Your friend, Patricia O. Alvarez
Cindy, I offer my deepest condolences to you and to your boys. Bob was a long time mentor to me and had a profound influence on my career and many others in our industry. We have lost one of the giants in our business. I will always have nothing but fond memories of his wit, his candor, and his professionalism. God bless you and your family at this diffictult time. Rest in Peace Bob.
I was just with Bob in Orlando and he told me he was so touched when a request went out for the best attorney in Maryland and he received copies of numerous emails advising Bob Franklin was no doubt the best attorney in Maryland.
May the God and Father of true peace and all tender mercy grant your family a calm and firm heart giving you comfort and hope.
2 Thessalonians 2:17