In Memory

Bob Warren

Bob Warren

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06/13/11 09:07 AM #1    

Robert C. Shaffer

Bob was a pleasant and mild-mannered guy to be around.  I enjoyed having him in the band's percussion section.

07/31/11 12:18 PM #2    

Dan Kingkade

 Bob passed away a couple of years after high school on a fishing trip with his brothers to either northern Minnesota or Canada, can't remember for sure. He drowned after he fell out of the boat when a storm came up and I don't believe they ever found his body. I worked with Bob at Drake McDonalds and marched with him in the Roosevelt marching Band. Bob was one of those quiet, unassuming regular guys you wouldn't notice unless you had achance to work next to him or sit by him, but he was a very hard worker, a very good person to know and work with and he would have made our world better if his life had not been cut so short. RIP, Bob.

08/30/12 06:25 AM #3    

Thomas A. Clark

Bob and I were good friends. Our families would get together and stay at the warren cabin on lake vermillion, in northern minnesota. Great fishing their!. Bob and I went to school from elementary through high school. We played little league baseball together as well. Rode our bikes on many an afternoon adventure. Both Bob and his brother were lost in that storm on the lake. Neither have ever been found. R.I.P.

01/10/15 11:27 AM #4    

Steven C. Larson

Didn't realize until just a couple of years ago that Bob and his brother were lost during a storm on the lake in north Minnesota that my brother fishes regularly.  Bob and I played baseball together in our teens, and he was always friendly to me.  I remember that he was fairly soft-spoken, almost shy, but a really great guy.  If he could have had more time with us, I'm betting he's the kind of guy who would have stayed connected.  Wish he was still here.

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