In Memory

Robert Moll

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10/12/15 03:14 PM #1    

Bill Ryan

Bob Moll could play the trumpet!

It's too bad we didn't have more opportunities to appreciate his genius. 

10/26/15 12:40 PM #2    

Al Demarest

Bob was a great Drum Major for LHS band.  He was a good friend and a very cool guy.  He also had a very good memory (probably due to being a musician).  I remember he and I were partners on a term paper, the thesis was about voodoo.  He told me he would present it to the class if I would do the research and write it.  I did.  Bob read the thesis memorized it and presented it without any notes to the class.  He did not leave anything out, I was amazed and suprised that he was able to do that. 

11/09/15 03:13 PM #3    

Patricia Slocum (Kronlein)

I remember in band, Bob was always first chair in the trumpet section.  He could really belt out the tunes.  Bob was also a high stepper in marching band and always struck a pose with his trumpet!  And also a bit of a kidder.  I think he gave Mr. Moore a hard time once in a while too.

01/10/16 01:38 AM #4    

Linda Zuber (Alday)

Bob was a remarkable friend to my husband Glenn and I and honored us by being ther best man for our wedding. We have many wonderful memories of all the good times over the years. He has been greatly missed.

06/13/16 09:08 PM #5    

Dave Blaskie

I had two classes with Bob: English in tenth grade and Sociology in twelth. I wasn't one of his friends but I did converse with him a few times and He seemed a very nice, personable guy to me. During the early summer of 1967, shortly before I enlisted in the Navy, Bob would come into the Lakewood Inn where I then worked as a busboy. He was always with Carlene Church and was always the perfect gentleman. The restaurant couldn't have had a nicer customer.

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