Discussion in 'ASFN Hall of Remembrance' started by Chris_Sanders, Sep 3, 2016.
RIP JW7. Sad the world is losing a good one. Sounds like you left a nice legacy of thoughtfulness.
RIP Bob....I have distinct fond memories of meeting him at Half Time meets at SDS and having several chats with him on here and AOL IM. Was beyond shocked when I initially heard of his passing..... He will be always remembered positively and the impact he made on us all will never be forgotten whatsoever!
Very sad to hear this, he was an incredibly kind man.
Does anyone know how he passed?
Read about him passing the other day. So sorry to hear. Did not know him personally, but we had some conversations through the board. RIP to Bob and condolences to his family.
Don't know, but I read a comment on his facebook page that the family was still shocked.
When I decided to move to AZ ten years ago, Bob asked if I had satellite radio. He knew I was going to be driving from New Jersey with just my cat for company. I told him I didn't. He then sent me an extra one that he had so I could borrow it. We had met only once before in person, at a game at SDS. (He was actually one of the first ASFNers I met in person.) It was one of the best things anyone did for me during my move, and I was able to listen to the Cardinals game on Sunday during the last leg of my trip. We met up with SweetD and another ASFNer (can't remember who) for lunch in Tempe a few weeks later and I returned the satellite radio. Bob wasn't worried about it. And that was just him. Always willing to help someone out.
I had the pleasure to see him at many halftime meets, training camps and we even met up to watch a Cardinals game at 100%CardsFan's parents' bar in Tempe. (I was kinda hitting on him at the time, but I don't think he realized it, lol.) He had the most beautiful blue eyes and such a kind heart.
He was also in my FF league. We just drafted Friday. I hasn't heard from him, but I auto renewed everyone in the league, so I figured he was in. It looked like he was drafting online on Friday and I was happy to see it. But now I know he wasn't. We've decided to set his team each week and, if he wins, we're gonna donate the money to a Lab rescue. Chris and I have already decided to bench our teams the week we play him
Still can't believe he's gone. Just 48. Damn.
Great story JG. What a kind hearted tribute. RIP.
48 is really young. Prayers up!
RIP , Cardinal Brother.
So sorry to hear that. RIP
Damn! This sucks. I'm at a loss for words.
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