Bob as his friend's called him never met a stranger, everyone loved him. He was an encyclopedia of vehicle knowledge. He graduated from Macon Highschool, raced automobiles, was a Produce manager in his early 20's, enlisted in the Navy where he did 2 tour's and became a Machinist mate 2nd class. He lived in Hawaii, but spent the majority of his life in Kansas City Missouri. He owned his own tow service and mechanic's garage, "Best carborator man in town!", built race car's, drove a dump truck, worked in a fabrication plant, was an exceptional tow truck driver, delivered parts, loved gardening and Nascar!
He was known by his family as Bobby, mostly raised by his wonderful grandparents on his mother's side, with visits now and then to his aunt's, his father's parents and his father and step-mother whom he cherished. He had 3 half-brothers and 4 half-sisters whom he also treasured. Bobby had 3 boys and 1 girl of his own. He was very proud of his children, 20 grandchildren and 35 great grandchildren whom he loved dearly. He also had 3 wives and many dear friends.
Greatly loved and missed by all.