Dear Ann, and your expanded family (that adorable great grandaughter),
Marie and I extend our most sincere condolences to you and the family. Cousin,Bob was for decades my idol, and I will miss him so much. He was my inspiration to attend Michigan in 1951 to study enginneering It was difficult at first, having graduated from a small Ohio high school senior class of only six boys and eleven girls. Bob, and his teammates at MICHIGAN always set their moral and athletic standards to the highest level. This was my inspiration to make the grade as a student (Yes, you can-----and Yes, I did) Thanks, Bob and Ann for all the fondest memories. They seem only like yesterday! As a member of the Michigan Glee Club (founded 1859) I remember singing in Toledo,OH at the Michigan Alumni dinner and Bob's parents and my parents were in attendance to enjoy the concert. Uncle Sylvan and Aunt Mary were strong supporters of my student days at MICHIGAN Bob's family roots extended very deep which speaks volumes about the moral and loving character which Bob always pocessed. He loved my parents a great deal and the Kaiser family were so proud of Bob and all that MICHIGAN stands for. And, as the Michigan Glee Club used to sing as a part of the Wolverine medley of songs-----"I'll never forget my Ann Arbor days".
We love you, Ann and RIP, Bob.
Rich and Marie Kaiser Sandpoint, Idaho.