Dear Marilyn, Brad, Lisa and family,
I hold many fun and loving memories of Bob from my high school years to those Bayfield summer days. I enjoyed hearing his stories and thoughts. I send my prayers at your time of sorrow. Warm Regards, Linda Atwood Goldetsky
Dear Lisa, Brad, Marilyn and family,
All of You have been in my thoughts and prayers this past week. I am so sorry for the loss of your father, husband, and grandfather. I am happy Bob was able to be with you until now, as none of us knows when our time ends here on earth. Gods eternal love and his angels be with all of you now and forever. I know so many people here in the Mankato area (Circle Pines) who remember Bob and your family, and all of those fun times you and others had together on Lake Washington.
Warmly, Drew Campbell, Mankato, MN. DRCSOUP@aol.com
Dear Marilyn and Family,
We send our sympathy to you all. We'll especially
remember Bob as a Lake Superior sailor and colorful participant in the Madeline Island parades on the 4th of July.
Marilyn and family
Karen, Sara and I would like to extend our deepest sympathy to you all. We were truly blessed to have the opportunity to meet and spend time with Bob and to listen to his many wonderful and funny stories. Our loss is heaven's gain as heaven will surely be an even more wonderful place with Bob there.
Dear Marilyn and family,
How can one describe the life of this multi-faceted man. His humor, his serious side, his zest for life, his loyalties to family, friends, country and let's not forget the U of M. We treasure your friendship and the many memories we shared over the years. We pray for his role in Heaven and that you who remain will glory in his memory!
Love, Dorothy and Milt
My condolences to you, Brad, and your entire family on death of your Dad. I respected his involvement in the independent bank movement which he was kind enough to ask me to join. Regards, John G. Kost, Atty(retired), Florida Keys
Our deepest condolences of the news of Bob's passing. Sincerely Dr.Damon & staff
Marilyn and family..My sincerest sympathies to all of you. Bob and Nancy are having a drink together. I lost my Dad Feb 3rd also. It is tough. My Mom and Dad were together 60 years also. Nice full lives. Take care XO Cherie Rozier and boys
To the Buscher Family (especially our beloved Lisa). - We have so many fond memories of Bob. Every time we were able to share time with him, he brought only smiles and enchantment to our faces. The world has lost a great one but we know that he is going before all of us to "prepare" the way. I guess even the Lord needs a good joke now and then.
Mack and Mary Ann (and Lady Finnegan)
DEAR MARILYN - TONY AND I WANT TO SEND OUR MOST SINCERE CONDOLENCES AND EXPRESS
OUR SADNESS ON THE LOSS OF BOB. HE WAS SUCH A "LIGHT" IN OUR LIVES WHEN WE CAME TO FLORIDA. I WILL NEVER FORGET, AND MY GRANDDAUGHTERS WON'T EITHER, THE TIME OUR DOORBELL RANG AND THERE STOOD THE EASTER BUNNY (CLOSE TO 7 FEET TALL WITH THE EARS!) WHAT A DELIGHTFUL SURPRISE! JUST THE OTHER DAY I WAS LOOKING AT A PICTURE OF BOB IN A SANTA HAT AND COSTUME, IN THE CONVERTIBLE, WITH OUR CHRISTMAS BAG HANGING OVER THE SIDE! TONY AND I WILL ALWAYS TREASURE THE FUN "COCKTAIL HOURS", ENJOYING BOB'S TRICKS AND JOKES AND JUST HIS OVERWHELMING LOVE OF LIFE AND HIS FRIENDS. WE ALSO REMEMBER OUR DINNERS OUT WITH BOB AND YOU - REMEMBER WHEN HE SURPRISED US WITH A FUN EVENING AT ZORBA'S WITH THE BELLY DANCER? WE ALL REMEBER BOB'S LOVE OF THE YARD AND GARDENING.I WAS THINKING HOW APPROPRIATE IT WOULD BE IF
GOD ARRANGED FOR BOB AND HIS BEST FRIEND, PETEY TO BE IN CHARGE OF HEAVEN'S GARDENS! AGAIN, TONY AND I SEND OUR SYMPATHY AND LOVE AT THIS TIME OF YOUR GREAT LOSS!