Sad news to hear. We lost a true Klipsch fan and a friend.
If you didn't know Bob, I'll sum up to say he was intelligent and witty. He certainly focused on doing the things that made him happy. An example would be his love for sitting on his front porch and gazing over the Georgia mountains. It was there, I got to hear past renditions of his life in places such as Vietnam and the Railroad industries.
I have yet to tell this sad news to my son who really took a liking to Bob. My son has a love for the past and you could walk around Bob's house and ask lots of question of the historical items/ collectibles he has scattered about. Each item had a great story. He had a prized possession...."the Bell".
I wish I had met him sooner and I wish I my own life wasn't so dern busy that I could have made more trips to visit him. My son asked for this time and time again.
I'm gonna find some photos and such to post here to share memories.
RIP Bob. Teresia, thank's for your lovely hospitality.