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August 17, 2017

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August 17, 2017

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August 13, 2016
i met him one time,i got pretty nervious,when asked him to sign his portrait for me.that made me very happy,i still have it today.that was a few years back. BW BYERS.
December 15, 2014
Thank you for sharing a part of your life with us.

Fair winds and following seas sailor.

Thank you for your service to this nation.
June 23, 2013
As a young Little League All-Star pitcher/short-stop/Center Fielder, "Fireball Bob" was greatly admired. He along with Whitey Ford were my favorite Major League Baseball pitchers. Later in life, I had the opportunity to play along side his son, Steve, in our Church's Softball Team. Steve played Short-Stop and I pitched. Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss of a truly gifted individual and inspiration to countless thousands of aspiring young ball players. Steve, perhaps you recall the time I hit a triple by 'sliding' (stepping) into third base from the home-plate side of
third? Randall Moore from Thailand
May 18, 2012
My mother in law was Catherine Veronica Mantz Robetson. Catherine loved baseball. She told Trey, David and Tom my sons Bob Feller was her cousin. Catherine grew up on a farm near Mason City Iowa. I'm trying to remember the name of the little town.I think it was Swalesdale. Her parents were George adn Anna Mantz. We have a family buzz word that surrounds Tom's son Luke ...He is our little Bob Feller. Luke is on Frozen Robes team in Frisco, Tx. Luke is 10yrs. old. Luke is a legacy in the making unknown to the Feller's I imagine. Some things are inherited.
Bob was a authentic person. We need heros such as he. The farm is the root of strong people. They have a inner compass that keeps them close to the heart of matters.
Time has passed but it is never too late to extend kind regards, and peace to the Feller Family. God Bless, Janie Robertson & Family
rwolfjane@aol.com
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