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September 12, 2013
We will miss Bob, he was a wonderful man, very understanding with people and thier problems. We have fun memories of meeting Bob in Key West, where we ate freshly caught fish and had a great time. May you rest in peace.
Mike and Bev Wolfe
September 12, 2013
I will miss Bob.
September 12, 2013
It was an honor to have known Bob Suhr. His vast intelligence and wit were amazing. I only worked for him for a short time, but he taught me more than anyone I have worked with, and with great patience, the ins and outs of the courthouse. He touched many lives in a wonderful way. He will be missed. Well done, Bob.
September 11, 2013
I was honored to know Robert Suhr. He was never to busy to share his knowledge and beliefs. Although on "opposite teams" many times in court, he still was willing to share ideas and concepts. There needs to be many more people of your caliber. Rest in peace sir.
September 11, 2013
Bob accompanied us on a trip into the wilds of Canada, canoeing well into Algonquin Provincial Park. Once we established camp on a lovely island, got a fire going and began cooking and setting up tents, Bob pulled an alto saxophone out of his pack, wet a reed and began to play, keeping company with the real loons. Canoes from other parts of the lake began to appear on the water and many campers came over to join in the celebratory mood set by Bob and his horn. That's the spirit! Thanks, Bob!

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