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Bob Kalchbrenner  Through the Years  a keepsake from Memoir for Me
To Uncle Bob, from your goddaughter.
Through the years When everything went wrong Together we were strong I know that I belonged Right here with you. Through t...
Bob and Gloria, 1966  After two heart bypass surgeries, several cardiac ablations, four  pacemakers, and cardioversion def...
Gloria   s mom  Butch  Get out here in the kitchen  Bob  Ok. Gloria   s mom  Where are you going, young man  Bob  Into the...
Bob and Michael, 2000  Despite his strong belief, because Bob wasn   t Catholic, the presiding Monsignor John McMahon deem...
They did, however, help raise Gloria   s niece   s son, Michael for much of his formative youth. On weekends, they would h...
Butch with his    Uncle Johnny    in 1945.  x Butch Kalchbrenner was born December 21, 1940 at Southshore Hospital. He gre...
Wilma kept the house humming and Bob and his sister Lois in line. On rare occasions when the two children would bicker, Wi...
Bob with his father, 1947  Robert, Sr. was a draftsman drawing plans for Bethlehem Steel Corporation. He later became a pu...
After years of strict Lutheran schooling at St. Stephan   s Grammar School in the Englewood neighborhood, Bob much preferr...
Bob working as an embalmer at Furth and Company in 1966.  x During summer vacations, Bob worked construction and factory j...
But it provided good experience. After graduating from Worsham, Bob worked almost a decade at a Jewish funeral home, Furth...
Bob and Gloria, 2000  But his heart health remained an issue. He had trouble breathing at times and noticed in general he ...
Even now, at age 74, Bob works two days a week as a driver for auto auctions. He doesn   t need the work, but enjoys getti...
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