Bob was a dear friend and a former employee of mine at WASK, Inc. Never have I met anyone who faced so many adversities in his life and still maintained his thoughtfulness and devotion to others. I remember asking Bob each time I would see him, ""how are you, Bob?"" And, he would always respond with ""not so bad that I couldn&t be worse!"" Over the years, I have often reminded myself of those words and how much guidance they have provided. One has to believe that Bob is now in a infinitely happier place. And, although we all will miss him and grieve his loss in our lives, he has left everyone who ever knew him with a wonderful living message. ""Not so bad, that I couldn&t be worse!""
Hal & Lynn Youart
We are so sorry to hear of Bob&s passing. We never got to meet Bob, but from what we can tell, he was a very loving and beloved man. My heart goes out to each and every one of you. We know Bob is in a better place and free of pain and suffering. May the Lord be a comfort to you Mary, and all of your family. We send all our love to you.
Lynn and Scot McClellan