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September 20, 2018

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September 20, 2018

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January 12, 2018
Bob was a wonderful kind man. I feel blessed to have known him. He yodeled at my wedding and taught me how to paint as well have a great outlook on life. He will be dearly missed.
January 8, 2018
I will miss Bob and have missed him since he moved to North Carolina. He taught art classes at FULIR now OLLI and I learned a great deal from him. He also was full of fun. His talent in art went from landscape, flowers to asian. I have a copy of his book, "All About Your Kilt" and will treasure it. He was a treasure and will be greatly missed by his friends at OLLI. Carole Lavash ([email protected])
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December 30, 2017
May the God who binds up the brokenhearted and comforts all who mourn; sustain your family in this time of sorrow. (Isaiah 61:1,2)
December 29, 2017
Bob worked frequently with my father Avery Wood, and dad thought the world of him. I will never forget as a young man walking in downtown Greenville with Bob, he naturally in a kilt, and getting catcalls and whistles from passers by. Bob just laughed, smiled and waved. I always thought his kilts were cool. I enjoyed every chance I got to see and speak with him over the years. He was a wonderful and incredibly talented man, and he will be missed. My heartfelt condolences to his family. Bo Wood.