May God hold you down in his hands during this difficult time.
I was one of his, pain in the ass, apprentice plumber back in the early 1970s. He did a good job, keeping us four apprentice plumbers, from beating on each other. I learned how to plumb, drainage, copper water lines, while I was at Boise Cascade building those pre-fab houses. He was strong in his church and let everyone know it.
Best regards, Rocky Hatt
My dear Verna, my deepest condolences on your loss of your amazing husband. Bob was a favorite of mine and loved getting his big hugs and kisses. Both of you touched me deeply when my Dad was so sick. You were our strength, support, and humor. We are living in Tucson, unable to attend, however know we are there in spirit. Bless you, dear Verna, we grieve with you and send our love.
Grandma Verna & Cook Family, I’m so deeply sorry for your loss. In the short amount of time we knew Grandpa Bob he touched our lives tremendously. I will miss his stories and his witty sense of humor. I will hold those memories close. We feel blessed to have had the opportunity to get to know such a great man. You all are in our thoughts and prayers.
Shelley Webb & kids
cedar fort , UT
You and family are in my prayers. He was a very nice man.
Dear Verna and all of Bob's family...I am so sorry to hear of the loss of one of my friends. I have very fond memories of him joking with me, easy to talk to no matter what the circumstances, and I always enjoyed his company when our times together were very rare indeed. I loved how you were with my children went we went camping with you. My memories of the man I once knew will forever be fond memories. Much love to all of you at this time of sorrow. May God be ever close to you and remember that God compensate's the faithful for every loss. You will be missed.
So sorry for your loss, may God bless you !
David C. Miner
Yes I do remember Santa in the Social Hall @ church and all the fun we had In the camp club especially the last few years @ Oakley.