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September 12, 2019
So sorry to hear of Bob's passing. A talented, kind and funny man who touched many lives. As a WHS and Columbian alum, I had the pleasure of getting to know Bob, and enjoyed his quick wit and sunny smile. From one Parrothead to another, Bob, enjoy loads of cheeseburgers in paradise.
September 12, 2019
I am so sorry to hear of Bob's passing. Although we lost touch over the years, he remained a joyous and caring memory of my early teen years. He (and Gary) were my adopted big brothers. Bob taught me to sail and always kept us laughing. He was an amazing talent and a man of remarkable wit. And the original Commodore of the Wernotta Yacht Club. I know Bob touched so many during his life and will be sorely missed. A young man could not have asked for a better friend and next door neighbor.
September 08, 2019
When Bob was hired as an artist at The Columbian, some time in the 1970s,I worked there in advertising. First reaction was to question the wisdom of the Columbian in hiring a blind artist. Well it turned out that Bob was not just a very talented artist but also a really fun person. He kept our department entertained while providing excellent art and in a very timely manner. He seemed to have a "second sight" in knowing just what we needed. He became a friend both at and away from work. Thank you Bob.
An example of his musical humor: one Monday morning I told him that on the weekend my husband and I had observed a tractor at a Dairy Queen drive thru on a drive in the country. At lunch he came back and sung his new Country & Western song "Oh Murleen, don't drive the tractor to the Dairy Queen Murleen". Wish I remembered all the words now. Right after he met Mary he told us how he had fallen in immediate love with this gorgeous babe! Thank you Mary for making Bob's life complete with your sweet love.
Elsie Akerson
Vancouver, WA
September 05, 2019
I knew Bob before the mustache. He was one of my first students, as a young, first time band director, and I was often the object of his gentle, wry humor. We connected over a love of music and performance. Bob didn't have an easy life, he suffered with poor vision all his life, yet was an enthusiastic musician, and terrific graphic artist. He suffered a ruptured brain anyuerism sometime after graduating high school, and a serious car accident later in life took most of what was left of his vision. Characteristically he said, most of my life I have been illegally blind, now I'm legally blind." We stayed in touch because of music. We both auditioned for the One More Time Around again Band on the same night, to Bob's chagrin, "Oh my God, I'm auditioning with my high school band director!" We shared rides to rehearsals and performances (I drove!). I will miss him a lot!
September 03, 2019
Bob was truly a kind and gentle man I met while working for The Columbian I am saddened to hear of his passing. My son and his dad had a great deal of fun sailing on The Columbia in the little daysailer Bob sold to us. Mary, I will be sure to pass this sad news on to Adam who lives in Port Townsend. I can see from the obituary that you have many memories of good times together.
September 01, 2019
I am so sorry to hear of Bob's death. He was in my journalism class at Clark College and was a joy to teach, engage with, and see his quirky sense of humor reflected in his cartooning. Please accept my deepest condolences.

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