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April 26, 2019
I had a memorable and somewhat humorous experience with Bob that has stuck with me all of these years. As a freshman at SUSC in 1969, part of my routine was to walk to class in the morning, crossing the street from Juniper Hall to the campus in time for an 8:10 am class. Frequently, I would pass Bob, coming the other way, apparently just having completed a 7:00 am class on his way back to the dorm. We were only mildly acquainted. Each time, just as we passed in the middle of the street, he would always speak first, "hi Tim" and I would say "hi Bob: back to him, and we would go on in our respective directions . I left SUSC in March 1971, served a mission in Germany, did Air Guard basic training in Texas and spent a quarter at the University of Utah before returning to SUSU three years later in the Fall of 1973. The first day school, I again left Juniper Hall, headed for an 8:10 am class. And as I got the middle of the street on my way to campus, almost exactly on que, there was Bob, coming the other way and without breaking stride or even noting the lapse of almost three years said, "hi Tim" and walked on as if our last passing was two days ago. I remember walking to the curb, turning around and watching him walk on to the dorm, and commenced a chuckle that soon turned into a belly laugh as I headed on to class. Some things change, and some things stay the same. Whenever I have seen Bob, or read something about him over the years since, I have thought of that funny experience. I will miss Bob. Maybe some day in another sphere, I will cross the street again, and he will say "hi Tim" and just keep on going.

Tim Anderson
April 25, 2019
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April 24, 2019
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April 24, 2019
We are both so sorry, Chuck!
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