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April 02, 2020

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March 12, 2020
What a wonderful, sweet, tender, loving man, who was, I believe, sometimes misunderstood for the depth of his soul. I never met anyone with a deeper soul. He appreciated even the smallest kindnesses. So often self-deprecating, often feeling undeserving of those kindnesses. I spoke to him once, chiding him for not eating healthy at that time. His voice choked up and he thanked me. Deep soul. IGYUMSHB
March 9, 2020
I am so thankful to Robert Conrad for a long and entertaining career. May the peace of God that surpasses all understanding guard your hearts and minds while you lovingly support each other during your time of sadness.
March 8, 2020
Robert James West Conrad, You will always be in my heart and greatly missed. Youve always been my favorite actor from television to radio. I thank God for the opportunity that allowed me to talk with you by way of radio sharing Wild Wild West memories. Thank you for all of your hard work in bringing us such great entertainment for so many years.
March 7, 2020
Robert was my favourite male television star when I was a kid, starting about when I was 7 years old, because of his personality and his role as Jim West on the Wild, Wild West. I found him (still do) to be quite inspirational as a non-apologetic masculine adult figure, of which there are far too few now even more than then. I actually picked up some of his mannerisms as I religiously watched that programme, and it helped me many times with women and fighting off bullies as well.
By the grace of God, I had an oppourtunity about 20 years ago to meet Robert in my hometown, Auburn, CA, as he quietly had some fliers delivered announcing his proposed arrival date to come to the local high school and do a lecture, video, and slide show on his unique career.
I arrived at the school at dusk, and making my way up the walkway, there he was..leaning with his back against a tree. I said, "There he is!," and in his ever-so-cool grovely voice, and barely audible, he says, "Hey. How's it going?"
That was one of the highlights of my live, and then hearing him do his lecture and sharing behind-the-scenes stories, well, it doesn't get too much better.
He inspired me even subconsciously as recently, I found myself assessing a workshop I do discussing my Dad's and my own life with philosophies and experiences, and I realised it to be really similar mechanically to Robert Conrad's lecture.
Thank you Robert, my favourite gentleman tough guy, from Chicago like my mom.
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