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  • Blue 15G
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    My condolences also to Bob's family.

    Dave Bonn
    '54 Champion Starliner

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  • Son O Lark
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    Originally posted by BobPalma View Post
    Out of curiosity, I researched Bob Glasscock's final post to the forum, Post #4 in this topic:

    http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...hanol-dilemeas

    Short and helpful to the end. Thanks again, Bob, for your contributions.

    An interesting thought: What if each of us treated every post as if it was the last one we'd ever make to the SDC Forum?

    After all, few of us know what that might be. BP
    Bob, thanks for reminding us to quit sniping at each other over anything and everything. Sometimes we are perfectly innocent, and someone will take offense over a misunderstanding. (I think it's happened to all of us) My condolences to you and your family Richard, Bob will absolutely not be forgotten on the website.

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  • BobPalma
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    Originally posted by rglasscock View Post
    You folks continue to amaze me. You are truly an extended family - US, Canada, Australia, all around the world. I am beginning to understand Bob's affection and passion for you all. I can't wait to get to know this community better. I hope to come to the next national meet and actually meet some of you. Thanks again, Richard
    Richard: Next year's National Meet will be in Colorado Springs CO, which is "a might 'fer piece" for you.

    However, I just checked the map. Yesterday (Monday, November 19), Indiana cut the ribbon to open a brand-new, 67-mile leg of Interstate 69 from Evansville northeast toward Indianapolis. It's not on MapQuest yet, but I believe it will shorten the distance from Paducah KY to Indianapolis, to under 300 miles.

    It's a long trip, but the Indy Chapter of The Studebaker Drivers Club is a large, friendly bunch. We are having our Christmas Dinner Saturday, December 29 at Murphy's Steak House near 46th and N. Keystone Avenue in Indianapolis, and it is always a good time. If you and your wife (if so equipped) are "up" to making the trip, we would love to have you join us, and I will personally buy your meals.

    The restraurant is normally closed Saturday afternoons, so they need a count as to how many to expect. If you think you might want to join us, just say so. It would be our pleasure to welcome you to our fold and have you regale us with tales of you and your brother Bob's exploits growing up in Lubbock. You'll find many Buddy Holly fans among us Yankees! BP

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  • rglasscock
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    You folks continue to amaze me. You are truly an extended family - US, Canada, Australia, all around the world. I am beginning to understand Bob's affection and passion for you all. I can't wait to get to know this community better. I hope to come to the next national meet and actually meet some of you. Thanks again, Richard

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  • studegary
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    I offer my condolences to Bob's family. We have so many Bobs here, but I don't want to lose any. It is hard to accept the loss of any of our Studebaker family.

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  • BobPalma
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    Out of curiosity, I researched Bob Glasscock's final post to the forum, Post #4 in this topic:

    http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...hanol-dilemeas

    Short and helpful to the end. Thanks again, Bob, for your contributions.

    An interesting thought: What if each of us treated every post as if it was the last one we'd ever make to the SDC Forum?

    After all, few of us know what that might be. BP

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  • Kurt
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    I don't know what to say that hasn't already been said. Bob was an asset to the forum and his posts will be missed. I never had the chance to meet you, but I am sure we would have become friends. Deepest sympathies go out to your family from my family.

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  • cruiser
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    Sorry for your loss Richard . Now for the good news !!! Bob may have been
    only a one car guy , the restoration of his father's car , but maybe there is
    more than one Studebaker in the family ! Back in Post #45 , one of the pix
    is a carport shot and clearly shows an Onan Generator . It's a stretch but
    maybe the genny is of Studebaker origin as Studebaker owned Onan for a
    time . Richard , during cleaning up at Bob's , don't dispose of the Generator .

    CRUISER

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  • parts2
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    Sorry to see this..always enjoyed Bob's comments.. A good man

    RIP Bob..

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  • StudeDave57
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    I'm not too sure what else there is to say that has not already been said.

    We lost a 'good' guy, and we will all miss him and his humor 'round here.

    I am very sorry for your loss Richard.
    As you can see (read) you're not alone.

    R.I.P. Bob.

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  • Colgate Studebaker
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    I noticed the first few posts yesterday, and hoped the outcome was not going to be as it is. I only conversed with Bob here on the forum, but he always had positive ideas and wanted the best for the club. I will truly miss reading his comments. My sympathy to all his family and friends, I'm sure there are very many who will also miss his posts. Bill Van Alstyne

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  • Skinnys Garage
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    Bob always had something nice to say when responding to threads in my little corner of the Studebaker universe. My condolences to his family & friends. Scott

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  • Aussie Hawk
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    My condolences to you and the family. Bob and I corresponded a couple of times by PM, he was a good guy.

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  • Corvanti
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    my condolences also! his humorous posts really made me "crack-up" in laughter.

    "Welcome", you really need to learn where your "delete" button is before you "send". totally inappropriate!!!

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  • raoul5788
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    My condolences Richard.

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