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December 21, 2017
I'll miss my old college room mate. Best wishes to Bob's family.
March 13, 2016
We knew Bob from Troop 150 in Atascadero when our sons were in Boy Scouts. We camped with him, hiked with him and went to Philmont with him. He was a gentleman, a great hiker, camper, and friend. He will be missed. Our condolences to Kathy and family. Ginny and Mike Orcutt-Clenard, Atascadero
January 17, 2016
Brother Bob,
You have been my friend, adventure partner, and my mentor. Throughout our lives you have taken the time to share what you have learned. You are nothing less than Brilliant!! Thank you for your insights.
I always knew you cared for and loved me. Even in my most self doubting times you gave me your non-judgmental approval and love. What else can anyone ask for.
I will carry on with the adventures of our skiing, backpacking, and challenging life to what it has to offer. You will be with me!
December 28, 2015
I didn't work with Bob long before his retirement from PG&E. He was a proud man and one that always did what he felt was right, whether it was the popular choice or not. His words and actions were consistent. It was an honor to work with him.
December 28, 2015
It is an honor to have known Bob, both as coworker and friend. As stated by others, Bob was a man of great integrity in all areas of his life; an example for us all to follow. In many conversations, we all heard it's the right thing to do; his first priority was to keep the wolf away from the door with respect to his family, while never letting go of the trust placed in him at work to protect workers and the public through uncompromised commitment to safety in every way. Our sympathy and prayers are with you and your family, Kathy.
December 27, 2015
I got more than one lecture from Bob at work, and I hate to admit he was usually right and just making sure we followed the rules. THE rules. Always had the utmost respect for him, and it was good to have that kind of guy on our side.
Many will miss what he brought to the people he interacted with.
December 24, 2015
Maybe it was Bob's Marine training, or maybe it was just the core of his nature, but Bob had very much of a "can do" attitude. I prefer to think it was a little of both. I remember Bob telling me, in reference to his cancer... "When you're told to take the hill, you take the hill". His strength of character set a high bar, and if we could get over that bar we'd all be better individuals. I enjoyed working with Bob and would do it again in a heartbeat, if possible. I proudly salute Bob for his service to our country, his community, his fellow workers, and his family.

Kelly and I send our sympathy and prayers to you Kathy, and to your family.
December 23, 2015
All of us that worked with Bob knew that it was black or white with no gray areas. I respected his ability to make a decision and stick with it. Through the years we enjoyed trading Bob's home grown garlic for our fresh apricot jam. Until this day, we have not tasted garlic that compares to what he grew. We send our condolences and prayers for all the family and friends.
Ken and Laura Winkler
December 23, 2015
Bob's work ethic was second to none. I've actually found myself occasionally wondering, what would Bob have done in this situation. He set a great example for the rest of us. I'm grateful to have known him.
December 23, 2015
My thoughts are with you during this trying time. I will miss Bob. He was a friend.
Bob achieved a lot in his life. He was a good husband, father, co-worker, and friend. But he also achieved two other things that were important to him: He was a good man. He made a difference.

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Bob on Mt Bachelor, OR 12-2006

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