Trish, I was sorry to learn of your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family.
What an easy person to talk to...always happy and upbeat. He will be missed. What a loss for all who knew him.
My thoughts and prayers are with Bob's family. Bob was a great boss, co-worker, mentor and friend. I will always remember all that he helped me with. His heart was very kind, a truly special person.
What a great man and mentor at Eaton.
Condolences to the family on their loss. Bob was a very special man. Loved by all who knew him. He will be greatly missed. R.I.P. my friend
Sheryl and I are very sorry for your loss. Bob was a gentle man and a scholar. He helped me in many ways, especially with my APICS certification. He will be missed by all but Heaven now has a Master Gardener to care for their Garden of Peace. Our thoughts are with you, Sheryl & Bill Pinkard
What a nice man he was, my husband Tom always thought the world of him, he said he was one of the few bosses he had that he could admire. So sorry for your loss, I know how you are feeling as Tom passed away 3yrs ago to cancer also.
My sincerest prayer for peace and wonderful memories! I was employed with IFAS and had the pleasure of working with Mr. Efolf for a few years. He was a joy to see every Friday... He was never without a smile and a kind gesture or joke. To see his passion for nature sometimes made me want to learn how to take care of a plant, even after killing every one he talked me into buying at the plant sales... May God bless you contiually and keep you smiling, even through the tears.
My condolences to the Egolf family. Bob will be missed. He was always ready to serve the community and did so as United Way campaign chair and president. A "can-do" kind of guy. His spontaneous laugh was always a joy to hear.
My condolences go out to Bob's entire family. I knew him when we were both associated with APICS and he was personable, funny, and one of the smartest people I have ever met.