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Robert F. Kumor Jr.

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August 20, 2013
To Bob's family, please accept my deepest condolences upon the passing of a wonderful person and a true original. Bob and I were classmates at HC and BC law, and we shared many conversations and "debates". Even at a young age, Bob's intellect and curiosity were inspiring. I never understood how he found the time to be an outstanding student, to constantly be reading novels, histories and biographies, to engage in "cafeteria debates", and do his job for Professor Carroll. But he managed his time well, worked earnestly, and had a brilliant mind.
While at HC Bob went on a February retreat at the nearby Trappist Monastery. While walking through the woods, he was inspired by a Robert Frost poem, and swung out over a stream while holding onto a birch tree... and fell into the stream to much laughter. In the summer of 1969, he had returned to Boston from his basic training with the Marines. After a night spent carousing with friends, Bob proceeded to show us a newfound skill... he climbed to the top of a flag pole, whereupon the flag pole teetered and descended to the ground, with Bob attached... again, to great laughter.
He was such a wonderful, unique guy, and will be greatly missed by all who had the good fortune to be his friend.
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