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Robert "Bob" Greenbaum, 73, of South Euclid, passed away on January 16, with loving family and friends by his side. Bob was the son of the late Irvin and Beatrice (Krasny) Greenbaum, and is survived by his brother Richard Green, sister Bonnie Greenbaum, nieces and nephews, and his dogs...

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Bob became my friend my first semester at Case Tech. I have many fond memories. including the night before graduation when we went out celebrating.

I was saddened to hear about Bob while at the Ohio Sierra Club retreat today. I will treasure my happy memories of his enthusiasm and activism at our political discussions in the 80s. My condolences to his family and loved ones.

RIP Bob Greenbaum.... thank you for caring about others. My sympathy to the family.

We were cousins and contemporaries. I had not seen Bobby since we were small children. From what I have read I would have liked him very much and admired what he did for the environment and for those who cared about him .My grandmother on my father side was Katie Greenbaum.

I met Bob in the 1980s when I was volunteering with the Ohio Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign. He came to Columbus numerous times to testify against nuclear proposals at the Statehouse, including "Below Regulatory Concern" and the Midwest Compact which would have dumped all the "low level" radioactive waste from 6 states into Ohio. He was chair of the Northeast Ohio Sierra Club Nuclear Free Committee for a number of years. He was uncompromising and as such was a great...

Thank you for your strong presence, Bob. You brought your courage and JOY everywhere. Thank you Bonnie,for caring and loving Bob. We all miss him.

Sorry for your loss
A old friend from
High school

We have lost one of the most wonderful, caring and wise environmentalist Cleveland has had.
I will miss him greatly.
Gabriela Kaplan, MD