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September 19, 2018

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December 14, 2017
Dear Colleen and Family, I was saddened to hear of Bobs passing and the loss of a friend that I enjoyed working with at Smyth. I knew both "young" Bob and "big" Bob. They were great people and true friends. "Young" Bob was always a pleasure to be around and he was a great person. So sorry for your loss. Way to young!

Dan and Missie Hickey
December 9, 2017
My sincere sympathies to your family on Bob's passing. I worked with Bob at Smyh printing for 20 years, he was always a gentleman and a pleasure to work with. My prayers and thoughts are with your entire Family. Suzanne Toensing
December 8, 2017
My prayers go out to the family for your loss. May God's holy spirit give you the strength to endure during this difficult time.
December 8, 2017
Bobby Bachmeier, my cousin, was a swell guy.

He was a great dad, son, cousin, husband, father, and overall, he was a swell egg.

With his black framed glasses, he looked like Clark Kent.

So I called him Clark since we were kids.

We will all miss him, but are thankful that he is home with The Lord.

We love you, Bobby.

Rick and LInda Bachmeier, Medina Lake, Texas