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Robert Edward Walsh  Looking Back  a keepsake from Memoir for Me memoirforme.com
To my dad, from his favorite daughter.
Regrets, I   ve had a few, But then again, too few to mention. I did what I had to do and saw it through without exemption...
Bob, 1956  Robert  Bob  Walsh has lived a good life. And being his youngest and only daughter, I hope he has several more ...
Bob was the youngest of five and the only sibling to earn a college degree after years of night school, balancing work, fa...
Bob in the army reserves, 1963  With his first born, Thomas, 1965.     My father was more of a boss at home than any bosse...
Working in personnel, Bob was able to interact with many people inside and outside the company, including a vendor from a ...
Bob Walsh, 1976  With Tom Roberts, 1992     I may have never planned it out this way but once I tasted success, I never lo...
The tracks were up on a hill that became the epicenter of their makeshift playground. In winter, they would sled perilousl...
Bob, 1953  Bob went to St. Leo   s Grammar School, where he was brought to task by demanding nuns and forced to trudge out...
Bob drove the car back home cautiously, obeying the speed limit, and approached the house with a collective sigh of relief...
From L-R  Rebe, Dan, William, 1954  In the Sangamon basement, 1953     That moment haunted me for years to come.    Reflec...
But thinking about his father   s career brought awe and respect. William Walsh was a plainclothes policeman, or otherwise...
Bob and Mary Ann, 1963                   x     She had the prettiest eyes of any girl I had ever met.    This was how Bob ...
The letters shifted from casual to plans of spending the rest of their lives together. About once a month, Bob would catch...
Walsh Family, 1983     My advice  Always be truthful. Discuss your problems. Support one another. It   s not magic. It   s...