hello...i knew your father and mother when they lived in sarasota in the 1980's...i was the one of the founders and official photographer for the jazz club of sarasota..and just had my book...jazz from row six..photographing all the legends from the big bands published...your father was filming the musicians as i photographed ...he was always behind me.....now here is my question....i am trying to locate those films....do you know where they may be and if they were givento whom?
Judith and Family,
Robert will be dearly missed. He always had a smile and a warm handshake. I will miss seeing him at church and finding out what adventures he was up to.
I will always think of you..Im sure you'll be having some good conversations and laughs up in heaven. Say hello to everyone up there will you? love ty :)
The last words my father spoke to me was that he loved me. I took for granted that he would always be around but before i knew it i was telling him i loved him and that i wished i could be there with him. My two best memories of my dad where when i was younger and i used to steal his button up jeans to go horse back riding in.. he never had any clean jeans to wear..cant believe i was skinny enough to fit in my dads jeans. The other time was when i had my daughter in the middle of a ice storm up in portland and he drove all the way up from salem to take us home. Those were just some of the things he did for me over the years. I always thought i knew every thing growing up "which of course I didnt but always thought i did" My dad will always be in my heart and my thoughts.. i will miss him more than he knows... R.I.P. DAD.. love you.. ty
My heartfelt sympathies go out to Robert Schaub's family. I first met Robert at his farm in 1970 when his brother--my friend Gregory--took me there and introduced us. I admired and respected Robert for his determination to continue with school and to make a complete career change, as did I. As it turned out, I became a parole officer in Marion County and occasionally Robert and I had the same client. I liked his common-sense approach to life, his sense of humor, and his great kindness. Rest in peace, Robert.
My sympathies to Robert's family. I first met Robert in 1970 when his brother--my friend--Gregory took me to the farm to meet him. I always admired Robert's kindness and thoughtfulness and his determination to go back to school and make a complete career change. As it turns out, I worked in Salem as a parole officer for many years and sometimes we had clients in common. I admired Robert's common sense approach.
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