Nancy Hunter (Bowlin/Klinger)
I liked Bob very much and he developed into quite a handsome man. He sat with Steve and I at the last big reunion and was quite friendly. I remember having a crush on him in school as he was a shy quiet guy and most gals like myself are attracted to the strong, silent type. I was very sad to hear of his passing as I am of so many of our former classmates. I wish I could have seen him again at our 50th. He will be missed.
Hutch was one of my best friends during and after High School. We both went into the Air Force and even shared a house for awhile after we got out (Slob 1 and Slob 2). We both worked at the Milwaukee Railroad and shared more than a few joints together. Hutch loved sports and would have been Mount Tahoma's first nine letterman (Ron Cey became the first) if he would have gotten his much deserved sophmore varsity football letter. Hutch was not the most talented athlete in the world, but his desire and heart was topped by no one. I have lost touch with Hutch the last few years and am shocked and saddend to hear of his passing. Rest in peace my brother.
Joe Cozine Jr
Bob was a nice classmate and a really a nice guy to be around in school. I'm sure his friends would say they were lucky to have him as a friend. I would have enjoyed seeing him again at the 50th reunion, RIP Bob!
Glenn Brazil Jr
Bob was surely missed at the 50th by the MOB ( Me, Klap, and Mape) He was a great classmate and after his service time he did help me move several times over the years. My parents purchased their first house from his parents on 86th St in Tacoma, It all began in 1952, we started school at Fern Hill, Bob still knew the school song.