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April 29, 2017

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March 25, 2013
Back in the 1970's, when women's running was in it's infancy, Bob convinced me that I could, indeed, run farther than one mile. He ultimately coached me to some of my fastest 10K's. He was a kind and patient coach and a great cheer leader.
My husband and I enjoyed a friendship with Bob and Elaine that spanned over a quarter of a century. Among the events that we shared together were the Pacific Northwest Ballet, the Ashland Shakespeare Festival, and many Thanksgiving dinners. Those dinners have never been the same since we moved away from Elaine, the best gravy maker in the universe! It was an honor to know them both for so many years. Bob's passing leaves a void that can never be filled.
March 25, 2013
Mary and I are sorry to have heard of the death of Bob. Unfortunately, we were out of the area and had to miss the memorial. Bob and Elaine were good friends of ours for many years, and we admired Bobs intellectual ability as well as his athletic accomplishments. The world has lost a great man. Mary and Jordan Miller.
March 24, 2013
BOB you were and remain, even after your death, a great leader of the Shoreline ACS. We remember your booming voice with each call to order, your timely meeting, and your playful oversight of the door prize drawings at every monthly meeting. You are missed but your playful leadership spirit lives on as it became a part of the Shoreline ACS culture. Thank you for being there for Shoreline, the Shoreline ACS, and us BOB! As the new Shoreline ACS Team Manager I'm extremely grateful for the roads you paved for those who follow you. Your legacy is great and lasting and a firm foundation on which to continue building the organization.
March 23, 2013
I enjoyed the years I spent with Bob in the Shoreline ACS. Bob was a great leader and made the ACS what it is today.
Onehumorus note, on one of our field days we were using Bob's call K7UW and I was operating calling CQ CQ this is K7 Uncle Willy Bob did not appreciate this So I quit using those phonetics Sorry I cannot attend but my health will not let me go
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