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July 14, 2013
Until we meet again....Pamela Bailey
July 14, 2013
It won't be the same watching professional beach volleyball without you, Bob. You were always there first thing in the morning with your green windbreaker on no matter the temperature. But we all know that you had a Rosies Raiders T-shirt on underneath.

Your family is bringing you "home" to Hermosa Beach for your final resting place. We are honored and blessed that you called our town your home for so many years and contributed so much.

Rest in peace, my friend.
July 13, 2013
Spending summers and weekends on the beach at 22nd Street w/the fam, working on his golden bronze tan; getting snacks from the Green Store; coaching Little League at Clark Stadium; picnics at Poliwog Park; traveling to all of the AVP tourneys (but Manhattan was still his favorite!); Mustangs vs. Seahawks; dinners w/the fam at Vince's; playing games at the Redondo Fun Factory; fishing off the Redondo Pier; walking around/dining in downtown Hermosa; shopping at the Galleria... These were some of Dad's favorite things about "home" <3
July 13, 2013
Dad, you've been my best friend, my "partner-in-crime", my mentor, and my #1 fan. I can't possibly say "good-bye" to you because I know you'll live on forever in my heart and mind, through the countless memories and funny stories about you, our family traditions... So instead, "see you later, Dad. I love you!"
July 13, 2013
I miss you more than words can say, Dad. While "escaping" into TV last night, one of our favorite movies came on (The Shawshank Redemption), and a quote from it reminded me of you: "I have to remind myself that some birds aren't meant to be caged. Their feathers are just too bright. And when they fly away, the part of you that knows it was a sin to lock them up does rejoice. But still, the place you live in is that much more drab and empty that they're gone. I guess I just miss my friend." I love you, Dad. You're in a better place now...
July 13, 2013
Dad,
I am still in disbelief that you are no longer with us. No words can describe how badly my heart aches for you every single second of every single day. I listen to your voicemails just to hear your voice again. I will forever miss our long chats, our lunch dates and filling out “Conversations with My Father” and learning all about your life. No matter what has happened in our lives or choices we have made, I am proud of the man you were and am honored to be your daughter. Your love for life was bursting at the seams, at times, like a little kid—how excited you were during Christmas time and on Christmas morning, your love for junk food runs at odd hours of the night, and “checking the Halloween candy for anything suspicious” (while you simultaneously raided us for Babe Ruth candy bars, Snickers and Sugar Daddies). I loved our years of trick-or-treating together and, even when my little legs were tired, you would remind me of all the candy I could get if I just went one more house, one more block, one more hour. Your joy for Christmas is something I will carry with me always. I will never forget reenacting our “shocked” Christmas morning faces because the first 3 takes the camcorder was malfunctioning. I will always cherish the pride you felt on my wedding day and how you spun me around like a princess to our song—“Forever Young” by Rod Stewart. I have heard that song more since you passed than I have in all of my 29 years on earth. Thank you for that. While I cherish all the times we had, I will ache for times that never had the chance to transpire—our trip to Williamsport to see the Little League World Series, you getting to see my house one more time and feed “those damn deer”, and, most importantly, you seeing me have babies someday. I have planned a trip to Williamsport to attend the Little League World Series in August for you, dad, and will spread some of your ashes there so I can say we finally got our trip. It isn't exactly how I planned, but you will finally have made it to Williamsport. I will think of you always and miss you every single day. I will keep you alive in stories and pictures I will share with my children someday. I will always be your “Turkey Trot”, “Little Dude”, and “Your Little Angle”. I love you, dad. Save us the best seats in Heaven
July 13, 2013

Dad,
I am still in disbelief that you are no longer with us. No words can describe how badly my heart aches for you every single second of every single day. I listen to your voicemails just to hear your voice again. I will forever miss our long chats, our lunch dates and filling out “Conversations with My Father” and learning all about your life. No matter what has happened in our lives or choices we have made, I am proud of the man you were and am honored to be your daughter. Your love for life was bursting at the seams, at times, like a little kid—how excited you were during Christmas time and on Christmas morning, your love for junk food runs at odd hours of the night, and “checking the Halloween candy for anything suspicious” (while you simultaneously raided us for Babe Ruth candy bars, Snickers and Sugar Daddies). I loved our years of trick-or-treating together and, even when my little legs were tired, you would remind me of all the candy I could get if I just went one more house, one more block, one more hour. Your joy for Christmas is something I will carry with me always. I will never forget reenacting our “shocked” Christmas morning faces because the first 3 takes the camcorder was malfunctioning. I will always cherish the pride you felt on my wedding day and how you spun me around like a princess to our song—“Forever Young” by Rod Stewart. I have heard that song more since you passed than I have in all of my 29 years on earth. Thank you for that. While I cherish all the times we had, I will ache for times that never had the chance to transpire—our trip to Williamsport to see the Little League World Series, you getting to see my house one more time and feed “those damn deer”, and, most importantly, you seeing me have babies someday. I have planned a trip to Williamsport to attend the Little League World Series in August for you, dad, and will spread some of your ashes there so I can say we finally got our trip. It isn't exactly how I planned, but you will finally have made it to Williamsport. I will think of you always and miss you every single day. I will keep you alive in stories and pictures I will share with my children someday. I will always be your “Turkey Trot”, “Little Dude”, and “Your Little Angle”. I love you, dad. Save us the best seats in Heaven
July 13, 2013
wow, I would have loved to have known you, but I have met you through your wonderful daughter, Taylor, and I know you were a very special person....Toni
July 13, 2013
Hi daddy,
Thinking of you and missing you always. I will always be your "little angle." Love you.
July 13, 2013
Dear Pat and girls Iam so very sorry for your loss. What great gifts of pride and love Bob had for his family, a beautiful person truly. God bless always

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