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Robert Vashinko Obituary
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July 21, 2018

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August 23, 2017
Coach was my freshman basketball coach. Rest in peace
August 3, 2017
Bob, I am very sad and still cannot believe you are gone. I wanted to say in regards to Santa Claus that Christmas Eve way back when you pointed out to me that he wasn't Santa, he limped and walked and talked like our nieighbor next door, OK I forgive you. I love you and will miss you forever. Love your cousin Susie .
August 3, 2017
Bob, I am very sad and still cannot believe you are gone. I wanted to say in regards to Santa Claus that Christmas Eve way back when you pointed out to me that he wasnt Santa, he limped and walked and talked like our nieighbor next door, OK I forgive you. I love you and will miss you forever. Love your cousin Susie .
August 2, 2017
Bobby, was one of the finest young man I ever had the pleasure of coaching. I was the Head Basketball Coach and Head Baseball Coach and Assistant Football Coach at Culver-Stockton College, in Canton, MO in the late 1960's. Bobby was a great athlete and an outstanding leader. He was a man's man in the truest since. I feel honored to have had an opportunity to know this young man and to have been his coach. He and his sidekick George Vokac were great buddies and taught me the famous game of "softball" Cicero style. God Bless you Bobby, your memory and legacy will live on. Coach T