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R.I.P. BOB SCHWARTZ — 11 Comments

  1. “As his obituary shows, Robert Schwartz lived a long and productive life.”

    That’s an under-statement. As I was reading it, I got the sensation his information got conflated with the obituaries of three other men. He sounds like a modern-day Leonardo Da Vinci.

    • Down Phoenix way tonight we are getting a good look at the astounding “Beaver Moon” in a clear sky at perigee. Big as a pumpkin. Also called the Mourning Moon, Fog Moon, Snow Moon, etc. Likely I
      will henceforth link the amazing life of Bob Schwartz to such November moons. His passing is truly cosmic.

  2. So sad to hear this, Bob will be greatly missed by all that had the pleasure of knowing him.

  3. I’m very sorry to here about the passing of your friend Bob. May he Rest In Peace. My sincere sympathy and prayers go out to his family.

  4. My condolences go out to you, Mas and Bob’s family. Give me another 100 years and I might get one third accomplished of what this amazing man pushed through. Talk about knowing how to live well.

  5. The great ones are only gone if their knowledge, heart and spirit have died with them. Sounds like his essence will be carried on and taught repeatedly to many future generations. We should all be so lucky.

  6. I grew up with Bob in Norwalk. He was the brother I never had and best friend I ever had. Yes, he was a “gentle giant” and true gentleman. Long on honor and dedication to others. We maintained contact throughout our lives and I will miss my friend, my brother. Rest easy with the knowledge that you served others with grace and dignity.