Celebration of Life for Robert Ward Wilson on August 11, 2013. Three o'clock at Mayo Street Arts, Portland. This is an informal event
I'm so sorry to hear of Bob's passing. Many great times with Bob during the comedy heyday of the '80's. I can still hear him describe just how rare his steak needed to be to a server, and it still makes me chuckle. A good man who will be missed...
My amazing brother~ Bob loved life, food (I experienced many educational moments on the finer points of food), wine (yes, even that), art (I proudly see one of his wonderful pieces in my dining room every day), cars (our father and Bob loved cars, family, etc. etc. My list could go on and on. Even though I was technically a half sister, Bob never treated me like that and I never thought of him as a step brother. He loved unconditionally, a trait that many struggle to posses. His beautiful wife Christine also opened her arms to me. Words cannot express how much we will all miss Bob. That being said, he left his mark on this world and all the people he touched. God speed dear brother~
We were family but so much more - same age, friendship, same hopes and dreams with our loves . . . missing you Bob and holding you dear to my heart
I had the pleasure to spend many leisurely meals and evenings with Bob and Christine, and he taught me so very much about life! Bob I will miss you, especially on Saturday nights! XO
Bob was a great adventurer, loving new experiences and full of zest. He will be greatly missed.
great humor, great warmth, great smile, artistic, loved to travel, and there was his wine! His father's son in so many ways. He is loved and missed. jw
Had the pleasure of working with Bob at Aramark at Unum. He was charming and witty. Great sense of humor and fun to be with..I hope you are enjoying the music and the wine Bob. You will be sadly missed.. Kim Frake