“Bobby and I had some great times at Omaha U., running track in the spring for Coach Ernie Gorr, and playing football (on the "Black & Blue" squad) in the fall for Coach Lloyd Cardwell. We sat the bench togather at the Tangerine Bowl and watched our starting line-up successfully play the entire game. Bob was a real gentleman in the midst of a violent game and had many friends both on and off the field of competition. As a Tech High grad, I really appreciate what Bobby did for...
“I was sorry to hear about Mr. Traumbauer passing away. I had the pleasure of being his office aide one year. I gained a lot of respect for Mr. Traumbauer. He will be missed.
“My thoughts and prayers to the Trumbauer family. Coach Trumbauer, as we called him at Tech High back in the 60's was genuinely interest in helping the young athletes he coached become responsible and successful men. You will never be forgotten. Terry Edwards - Class of 1963
“Our deepest sympathy.
“He will be missed by all that knew him. My deepest condolences. He was a great man.
“I am so sorry for your loss Brenda. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
“My Thoughts and Prayers go out to you and your Family, Mr. Trumbauer for what you did for my brother and I while we were in High School !! We Thank You Very Much!!
With Much Love and Appreciation !!
“To the Trumbauer family,
I am so sorry for your loss, and my thoughts and prayers are with you. Mr. Trumbauer was a great man and a wonderful friend to my dad and our family. I'm so happy I got to see him last month. He was so happy and positive despite his condition, and was such an inspiration. He will be missed.
“I am sorry to learn of Bob's death. My sympathies to his large and loving family. As a youngster, I would ride my bike over to watch the Univ of Omaha baseball teams' games on the old field parrallel with Fairacres Road but well south of dodge street. It was always windy there. Bob was a catcher rom Omaha Technical High School and I was ther the day he slid into home plate and broke his ankle. Caught his spikes on teh edge of teh plate, or so said Virgil Yelkin the next day. It was...
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Trumbauer, Robert Rees "Bob" Jul 28, 1936 - Nov 24, 2012Preceded in death by his parents, Byron and Irma Trumbauer. Survived by his wife of 52 years, Vivian Trum-bauer; sister, Marie Larsen; children, Laura (Tom) Kelley, Brian (Gloria) Trumbauer, Brenda Rouse (Lee...Read More