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July 20, 2018

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February 20, 2016
Have watched this gentleman on numerous "pie" commercials.His extensive obituary certainly acknowledged his community civic participation and generosity of heart. Sincere condolences to this fine man's family,his many friends and associates.


Long time viewer,Sullivan, MO.
January 20, 2016
Please express my condolences to Mr. McKune's family from the family of the former owner of KTTR. Judy Martin Doering.
January 19, 2016
I wanted to express my sorrow and condolences to the the McKune family. A very gentle man was added to Heaven's rolls and I pray for comfort in your loss. I am confident you will have a lifetime of smiles, good memories and stories to fill the void created in your hearts. God bless you all
January 19, 2016
I will always remember Bob being on KTTR 1490 Rolla, he was not only the man who grew KTTR but he was KTTR.
Bob played what we loved to hear and if it was out there he played it and we enjoyed it.
I loved hearing Summer Symphony by Jack Goldsound and Soulful Strut by Young Holt Unlimited I also loved hearing Beverly Bremers Don't Say You Don't Remember and Were Free. Thankfully Bob didn't bow to the big networks but just kept it simple and made radio special.
Today radio has changed allot. Bob lived by example and laid a great foundation for the future of good radio.
Bob's ability to communicate was unsurpassed.
Condolences to Bob's family and his many many friends.