In Memory

Bob Stewart



 
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03/04/13 11:43 PM #1    

Jean Molter (Yontz)

Bobby was one of the kindest young people.  He was always gentle and thoughtful.

 


04/22/13 04:20 PM #2    

Vicki Stone (Ettlinger)

   Bobby...A wonderful saying that I cherish is" It is never too late" sooooo, I want to share with you, and so many, that I carried a huge torch for you and always will!  Plus...you were, so far,teehee... the only blond guy that made my heart flutter in silence as I was shy when THAT feeling embraced this gal.  Now, let me say, with a few years of experiences through my life, (Bright Lights)...my CB handle, OMG, a couple of years back...remember friends..well need I say more!  Yes honey, somehow you would know how I felt!!! LOL  I will carry you in my heart and, hope you don't mind, you will be my date at our reunion!!!  KK good friend?!!!  Just always know how much you are loved and how grateful we remain that peace and joy radiates through you...


05/08/13 08:24 AM #3    

Judy Pratt (Hudson)

Bob was such a good friend.  We lived down the street from each other, so we saw alot of each other.  Lost track of each other after graduation until  I ran into him again and we dated for a short period.  However, it didn't take long to realize that a single guy with a blue Corvette and a single mother of 2 small girls, would not work.  We maintained contact for some time after.   But my oldest daughter, Renee, was awed by this good looking guy (her mother's age), who also let her drive his Corvette on the beach while sitting in his lap.  She thought he was the greatest!!!!  I was saddened to learn of his passing, but have many fond memories of both times he passed though my life!!  Miss you Bob!!


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