In Memory

George Robert Klemer

George Robert Klemer

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04/28/09 09:53 AM #1    

Cathy Baker (Kreml)

Bob liked to wear a yachting hat and be called Commodore. I don't know why, but he looked pretty sporty. A lovely man. We miss you.

05/21/09 08:39 PM #2    

Belinda Havins (Dyer)

Bob and I were good friends for a long time and I used to know his parents well. They were a wonderful, sweet family. We had good times going out on his dad's boat, swimming and other stuff (hence the boating cap). He was engaged to Marcia Broughton when she was killed so tragically in a car accident within 2 years of our graduation from high school. Ironic that they are both gone now.

Bob, I miss you. You could make me scream with anger because you'd argue any side of a discussion and I could never win(no wonder you were on the Debate Team). I'd get frustrated as hell and then you'd make me laugh. God Speed to you my friend, bd

05/28/09 11:38 AM #3    

Stacey Martin

I spent senior English with Bob and a select group of 3 or 4 others in the back corner of the room. His theatrics and 'FM' voice (radiospeak from the days of AM and FM) ALWAYS entertained me. I think he had a very old soul and seemed much more mature than the rest of us! I do, however, think he may have been responsible for writing "Mrs. Smith dances at Joe's Greasy Spoon" on the blackboard one day. Miss ya, Bob!

05/30/09 08:51 PM #4    

Stacey Martin

In my search for memorabilia for the reunion display, I came across a note from Bob. I don't know why he wrote it, or why I saved it, but it goes as follows.

About my saying. In counseling we were talking about something and suddenly this gem of philosophy hit me.
Love is nothing but love, love for objects, events, people. Life is especially blank if one must live without the love of the opposite sex. To give is to get. Therefore, I can not love with out being loved.

or something like that! Bob

So, Bob, we all loved ya!

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