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December 16, 2017

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December 16, 2017

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July 28, 2017
Had the honor of knowing Rob when I ran track at Ross in 1973. Nice guy!
November 1, 2014
Drew at channel 9News, warm thoughts
November 7, 2012
Though we are distant cousins and never met, I am sorry for your loss.
July 22, 2012
Tracy
I just want to pass on my condolences. You may remember me. Rob and I lived next to each other in West Quad and then again in the apartment on Arch and Oakland Street when he lived with Zuver , Hennesey and Cedia. You would remember me as "Schultzie"

I, like most who have written about Rob, have enormous memories of him. Although we were the same age,....I looked up to Rob. He was a tenacious football player - enerybody knows that. But what struck me most was how he treated people. He was always kind and welcoming ,...despite his fame from football. I remember after Saturday games,..he would walk in the back door of the apartment complex on Oakland - beaten up from having just played hard. He had orange sized scabs on his arms and had gotten punded for three hours,....but always had time to talk and be warm and engaging. He is truly one of my life heros. A great man. I am sad - but glad I was able to witness such a wonderful example for all.

Ron "Schultzie" Schultz
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