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March 04, 2015

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April 8, 2013
Bob will be greatly missed by me and everyone who knew him. I have always been proud to call him my friend and will always be thankful for the inspiration and positive attitude that he gave me. Goodbye for now Bob, I'll meet you an the road somewhere.
Pat Kellis
Gold Beach,OR
March 31, 2013
Bob was a dear friend through both junior and senior high school in Eugene, Oregon and we were soul buddies for years. We both enjoyed the outofdoors, camping, etc. One very cold December day when we were both about 15 or so, he thought we should take a hike to the snow covered top of Spencer's Butte and neither of us were appropriately dressed. I was nervous but knew he was an experienced experienced mountain climber. At the top, he asked me to get some matches out of my pocket to start a fire. Both of us were shaking cold by that time & unable to get a fire going - our fingers couldn't even hold a match. He saw what was happening and started leading us down the mountain. I was shaking all over and became delerious and insisted on lying down to take a little nap & finally started doing that! He kept poking and yelling at me and then picked me up and drug me along trying to get me going. Finally, I began walking behind him. Had he not been there, I know I would have died that day. I'll never forget that, nor all the great times we had together. Luckily, we visited a few minutes at a high school in Eugene last summer and neither of us mentioned the day he saved my life, but we did give each other a knowing grin as we thought of our shared times together. Thanks again, Bob, for being a real friend and buddie and for all the things you've done for everyone else along the way too. I'll see you on the other side of the mountain. God Bless, Dick
March 30, 2013
I remember Dr. Griffeth as one of my top 5 or 6 best teachers in college. I had him for a class in 1977. I am sorry to hear about his passing away.
March 29, 2013
May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.
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