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Bob and I worked for some of the same companies and belonged to the same union. He moved from the Au Gres area a year or so ago. Bob was a late WW2 vet joining the Navy in 1945 right out of HS. He had a lot of difficulties late in his life but always had a positive attitude. Although he had to have a leg amputated he still did his share on Priority1. Lately Bob was a GL Loons fan and had season tickets. I'll miss ya Bob. Tight lines forever.
 

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Bob and I worked for some of the same companies and belonged to the same union. He moved from the Au Gres area a year or so ago. Bob was a late WW2 vet joining the Navy in 1945 right out of HS. He had a lot of difficulties late in his life but always had a positive attitude. Although he had to have a leg amputated he still did his share on Priority1. Lately Bob was a GL Loons fan and had season tickets. I'll miss ya Bob. Tight lines forever.
I am also sorry to hear about the loss of your friend Frank. Our greatest generation is passing on at a rapid rate. Hopefully future generations will be able to learn about what they did for our fabulous country. RIP Bob.

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Very sorry about your loss Frank. I lost a good friend and fishing partner this spring as well. Those WW2 vets are a special breed of men and there are few left these days. My father was a WW2 Navy vet and I lost him 2 years ago. My condolences go out to you and his family. RIP my fellow fishermen.
 

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Prayers sent Frank, sorry to hear of the loss. My sons went to the loons game tonight and they won, Bob must have been with them:)
 

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Thanks for the prayers and good wishes.
 
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