Bob was one of my best friends and I will miss him greatly. Our friendship started as students in 1946 at Univ. of Okla. when we shared duties with 2 other students on a geological field trip to the Crested Butte area of CO. We did most of the work; Bob did the mapping and I assembled the reports and typed them. Bob did an excellant job and was the reason we all got A's on the project.
When Bob left Amoco and went to work for J.Lee Youngblood, I was working for another independent and together we worked on many oil and gas projects. A friend decided to sell his Lake Texhoma property and knowing that Bob loved boating, I called him and we bought the property and started a great adventure! I knew nothing but Bob taught and trained me on everything about the water and upkeep of the property. It was a joy for me and my wife Dorothy to spend so many wonderful, memorable, and pleasant weekends with Bob and his wife Dorothy at Lake Texhoma.
Bob is the last of many Geologist friends from our college days. I will miss his positive attitude toward life and his great pride in his wife and family. Both of us lost our Dorothy's and we had the same grief to bear. He will be sadly missed but never forgotten!