It was a lovely ceremony in Evanston. Kenny & Lisa, you did a wonderful job. Bob was so proud of you both.
Dear Kenny & Lisa,
We were so sorry to hear of the loss of your dad. Please accept our sincere condolences.
Bev & Steve Greene
Kenny, I am so very sorry for your loss. I am glad that I was able to meet your father. He was a great man.
Had a lot of good times together when we were in high school! A super guy from a very nice family! RIP!
I just heard about his passing. I'm so very sorry. He was a fighter! He taught me so much. I'm sure he is in heaven speeding on a motorcycle! He was such a neat guy. Rest in peace bob!
Bob was a wonderful friend and will be remembered fondly forever- God bless you and your family
Sincere condolences on the loss of your Dad.
We are so sorry for your loss. We were just talking the other day about our dinner at Tripps and the race home after, me with Bob in the Porche and you and Doug in the Vette. He was a good friend and will be greatly missed.
Pearl, Luke, Ninny and Bobert - a bunch of characters that helped to shape my friend Binny and we are sorry to lose you. We will take care of Binny for you.
We will miss his happy spirit and his enthusiasm and joyful support of WCVE. The station has lost a good friend.
I always thought we had time to get together one more time. Bob had a big impact on my life as a childhood friend and I will think of him and his family often.
May the God of all comfort grant you peace throughout this time. - Phillippians 4:6,7.
Binny, Lisa, Kenny, Jeff & Lacey,
I'm so sorry for your loss. I wish I could have met Bob. It sounds like he was such a neat man! Our condolences. Marlee & Joe Kopecky, Omaha, Nebraska
What a great guy!!! We had a ton of fun in our younger years...The stories are endless!!! Chicago, Kalamazoo...Fun!!!
I remember back in the late 70's and every, in think Friday, you could count on Bob to play the song "Goofing off" from a local radio station and that was the official beginning of the weekend...Typical Bob...What was it the Rusty Scupper Schaumburg...Whoa...Long time ago...
He was my Manhattan drinking buddy...I only drank them with Bob and it was festive as hell...
The story about Bob and buddies waiting next to the road with a "dummy and when a car came by they would pull the dumbie across the road so the car though they ran over the body...Oh that one was bad but when told at age 30 it was hilarious since we knew no one was hurt...
And the story of Bob babysitting Binny and Ninny and putting them under the cushions on the couch and sitting on them while he eat the chips and drank the cokes that Luke and Pearl had left for the 3 of them...Oh their are too many stories to tell about him...Funny funny stories...
He was creative as hell...Smart and always a pleasure to be with...I considered him a great friend even though we haven't seen each other in years...
I always say you can tell whether parents were successful by looking at the kids as the turn into adults...He and Diane did a great job with out a doubt...Many moments but they make a kids stronger...Kenny and Lisa are incredible kids...They'll always be kids to me even though they both have families...
I'll miss Bob...my he RIP!!!
I hadn't seen Bob in decades, but I always have fond memories of him. He made me laugh. I wish I could have seen him once more. Rest in peace, Bobby. I know we'll all meet again.
Bob was truly a person with an exceptional zest for living. He brought that to all he did and spread that energy to all of those around him!!
RIP, Bob. It was an honor to have met you.
A great Uncle, Father and friend. The funniest guy I've ever met. I will miss him dearly and always remember the good times we shared.
The best friend a guy could have. Bob had a huge impact on my life. I will miss him dearly!
What a fine person. He will be missed by all---
I'm so sorry for your loss. I know God will help you through all these difficult times. Psalms 46:1
You are fondly remembered.
A good man, a good friend and he will be missed. Luanne thoughts are with you and your family