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April 22, 2014
I am truly sorry to hear that my old friend has passed. I did not recieve the news until I heard some people talking in a restaurant on Friday night.Bob if your reading these obit columns I want to tell you that I will miss you very much. I will miss going to the races in Ventura with you, miss the Monday dollar taco nights at Lupes, the lunches around town. But most of all I will just miss you. You where a true friend and one of the finest folks I have ever known. Your wit was second to none and your knowledge of the Conejo Valley and everyone you knew never ceased to amaze me. You were a true icon.You touched so many lives in a positive way and left everyone you came upon with a smile. I can just imagine what it must have been like when you got to the pearly gates and Saint Peter asked, name please ? Its Bob, with one O. Good bye my friend and I will see you on the other side. PS, I forgive you for not showing up to Lupes last Monday night. Denny
April 22, 2014
My condolences to Mrs. M, Matt, Dan, Cathy and their families. I'm pretty sure if you looked up "mensch" in the dictionary you'd find Mr. M's picture next to the definition. He made a difference in the lives of all who had the good fortune to have crossed his path.
April 21, 2014
Our family has fond memories of Bob. My mom Jean Feller has especially good memories of when Bob and Birdie would come to my dad's dental office (Dr. Bob Feller). As kids, we all remember my dad stopping in the back office of the liquor store for jokes with Bob and getting us chicklet gum and treats from the store. I spent lots of time looking at his fish tank while dad and Bob shot the breeze. Sorry for your loss. Love to your family. -the Fellers
April 20, 2014
The list of things I will miss about Boob, I mean Bob, could fill this book. I didn't like Bob much when I first met him in 1970. He made me mad. You see I went into Thousand Oaks Liquor to buy a “suggestive” birthday card for new husband. Bob said, “You can't buy that, your too young”. I (being a smart aleck 18 year old) said, “Hey, I'm married”. Bob didn't bat an eyelash. He just responded “I don't care if your married or not, your still too young and I won't sell it to you!. Needless to say I went off in a huff. When I complained to my husband he told me he had been a friend of Bob's for almost 10 years and Bob was an honorable man who didn't compromise his convictions. In the years that followed I came to understand how very true that assessment of Bob's character was. He may have had the best sense of humor of anyone I ever knew but NEVER at someone else's expense. He was also probably one of the most intelligent people I ever knew. Unlike most people with that high IQ he also had a generous portion of common sense to go with it. I can't ever remember seeing Bob mad and I never heard him raise his voice. I'm sure he must have, he was human after all. However, it had to have been a very rare occurrence. His son Matt once told me when someone started a sentence with “I know your Dad” he knew what ever came next was going to be something he could be proud of. I told Bob what Matt had said. It was one of the few times I saw Bob sentimental or choked up. Bob was kind and generous and always fun to be with. Whether it was a fishing trip to Mexico or dinner at Red Lobster there was no one better to go with.
My late husband and I considered ourselves so very lucky to call Bob and Claudia our best friends. It's rare that you have a couple for friends that you like (in this case “love”) both halves of the couple equally. Bob always saw the best in each of us and Claudia brought out the best in each of us.

To Matt (and Joan), Dan (and Sophie,) and Cathy (and Durwood), your dad was so proud of each of you and the adults you became. I guess he had his doubts from the funny stories he told about your “youthful” years. He always spoke of you and his grandchildren with a sound of aw and pride in his voice. In fact I never heard him say a single word of criticism or complaint about any of you. His hope for each of you was that you would have love and joy in your life and a career that that made you happy. He felt great satisfaction that each of you seemed to have fulfilled that wish.

Saying “you will be missed” doesn't begin to express our sense of loss. Without Bob there will be a little less laughter in the world and a lot less joy in our lives.

You take a piece of our hearts with you my friend. We will continue to love you and remember you - until we meet again.

Carol Oberle
April 20, 2014
He was the best, never judged anyone, he will be missed. My dad (Ernie Rice)and him were good friends back in the day. His jokes were the best which we cant tell here, maybe somewhere else again......
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