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|Sorry to read about Bob's passing. Always enjoyed working with him on our personal and busisness insurance. After his retirement I always enjoyed the phone calls we had. |
|From: Jerry Badfskey 12/31/2010 12:04 AM|
|Estlick Family, My thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of loss. |
|From: Les Robbins 12/15/2010 10:45 AM|
|Ty, So sorry to hear about your Dad. He was a great guy and I know you'll miss him. Thinking of you.
|From: Laurie Heritier 12/15/2010 10:45 AM|
|Bob was a wonderful man and I am so honored to have known him and his family.
I have told Ty and Mary that he is teeing up with St. Peter and the big guy as we speak!
Love and prayer to all. Celebrate his life!!!!!
|From: Brent Longtin 12/15/2010 10:45 AM|
|Our sincerest and heartfelt condolences to the Estlick family at this time of loss. Our prayer is that Mr. Estlick lived a full life and is now receiving his reward in heaven. We pray that the Heavenly Father may assuage the anguish of your bereavement and leave you only the cherished memory of those loved and lost. Godspeed.|
|From: Davey and Heather Neal 12/15/2010 10:45 AM|
|Dear Estlick family: In thinking of all the fun times at Cedar Lake when your family rented our cottage, it brought tears to my eyes. We had so much fun. I also remember our Dad's (our's - Carl Cooper)in the Shrine together and attending horse shows and parades. Keep those wonderful memories in your heart. I've heard that when we lose a loved one, they become a memory, and that memory becomes a Treasure.
Sincerely, Carla and John Mullen - LaGrange IN|
|From: Carla (Cooper) and John Mullen 12/15/2010 10:45 AM|
|I LOVE YOU GRANDAD !|
|From: Kristin 12/15/2010 10:45 AM|
|Hello, I met Bob often on the golf course and joined him several times playing, maybe 15-20 years ago.
Am sure, if I tell this correctly it'll bring a smile. We were playing a foursome, Crooked Lake hole #6. If you're familiar with hole six, it goes down, up, back down again and then up to the green. Bob had hit the ball pretty well at the low spot before going up to the green.
We looked and looked and looked some more and couldn't find the ball. One of we four wise guys said, "look in the hole".
Someone did and sure enough there was Bob's ball. He was thrilled for such luck or whatever and the rest of us did a lot of congratulations.
So in golf terminology, he got an Eagle.
We were sure happy for him and that's the end of my Bob memory.
|From: Dan Maroney 12/15/2010 10:45 AM|