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October 6, 1928 - October 16, 2012

Bob will be remembered
.... for his great finds:

"To fly west, my friend, is a flight we all must take for the final
check." author unknown

Bob, age 84, made his final flight after suffering from a
cerebral hemorrhage. He had a long career has an airline
pilot for United Airlines. After retirement, he traded his
airline captain's hat for a sailboat captain's hat and sailed the
Caribbean. After 15 years at sea, he then settled in Boynton
Beach. His passion for metal detecting began after his wife,
Jan, joined the Gold Coast Treasure Club in 2004. Bob began
mastering various metal detectors. His competitive nature
quickly earned him recognition for his finds - winning
monthly and yearly best finds in addition to Treasure Hunter
of the Year in 2006. The last few years of his life presented
him health challenges that made detecting difficult for him.
He returned to his love of flying by building and flying
remote control aircraft.
Bob is survived by his wife, Jan; his daughter, Amber;
grandson, Alexander Josef and step children, Andrea, Ginny
and Bobby.

.... for his random acts of kindness by returning lost
items to their rightful owners

gold diamond ring
gold toe ring

cell phone
clevis pin

cell phone
class ring
cell phone
platinum ring


.... for his infamous statement that won him a dubious
award: “Charge for any kid off the Nipple”