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January 17, 2020
Bob was a mentor for many of us who went through the graduate program at Indiana University. He helped me avoid expressing the worst side of myself (with gentle but helpful advice) and until a couple of years ago was continuing to point me to the next question I should be asking. He had a terrific way of saying I like what you've done - but have you thought of .. I always benefited from taking his advice. He had such a rich professional background that he could see issues from many different points of view but always was clear about his own.
January 15, 2020
Bob was a close colleague and great friend during his years at Indiana University. There was no-one I more enjoyed working with. He was seriously brilliant and well-informed, but equally ebullient and good-humored. We played racquetball regularly for a decade and I beat him maybe 10 times, but it was always great fun.

He was a giant in the field of Instructional Technology. His foundational works are still being read and appreciated. The field will miss his voice and I will miss his friendship.

Condolences to Chris and Paul. Your loss is even greater than ours.

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With Bob at Air Museum 2006

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