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April 05, 2013
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April 04, 2013
rest in peace
April 04, 2013
You always found a way to find the humor in things. What most of the world worried about you always made a bit trivial by way of, as you would say, much "MADness".

We thank you for sharing the "MADness" point of view and for making our world a better place through much "MADness".

You will be missed "MADLY".
April 04, 2013
On behalf of the Southeast Chapter of the National Cartoonists Society (which Bob was kind enough to associate with), our deepest condolences to the family. Our admiration for Bob's work is boundless, but know he meant so much more to you, his family, than we can ever truly understand. He will be missed by his friends, contemporaries, and peers within our ranks.

James E. Lyle chairman, SECNCS
April 04, 2013
My deepest condolences to Dean and his family. Bob lived a life that most can only dream of and his talent was, and is, apparent every where he went.

His love of laughter and his ability to make others laugh over the absurd and ridiculous is his legend. He loved to people watch and while sometimes critize or joke, he had a big heart. His generosity in sharing his talent has left many of us with fond memories.

Thanks for the all the great times we had playing Team Trivia ( you were quite the boot scoot...lol),and your joining us for the Seaford Riverfest was always fun.

Love and miss you!

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