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Robert F. Kumor Jr.

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July 26, 2013
Words cannot describe the sadness I feel. Bob was a wonderful person who like Alexander the Great had a short and glorious life. The countless hours we spent discussing the world situation were priceless. I was so looking forward to seeing him again at the 50th class reunion. My prayers go out to Sue and Maryellen in their time of sorrow.
July 25, 2013
Such sorrow and loss you must feel now.I remember the great childhood we had on Otis and Ellerton Streets and playing in the Dingle. Peace&Love to you,Maryellen &Susie
July 25, 2013
What a woderful childhood we shared. Chicopee FAlls was a great place to grow up in. I have such fond mories of the time we spent.together. you will always be in my thoughts and prayers.
July 25, 2013
Pleaes accept my condolences. I have fond memories of appearing before Judge Kumor over the years and seeing him off the bench in downtown Northampton.
July 25, 2013
I met Robert at the annual Marine Banquet in Boston. I won't forget the encounter. He let my 87 year old father, who had just met him, help him eat his dinner. His grace, humor, and acceptance of ALS was so impressive. At the time, I thought it was the "Marine" in him. Now, I believe it was much more than that. I'm sorry for all who knew and loved him.
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