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Robert ''Bob'' Tinder
January 12, 1929 - September 28, 2004

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Bob and Carolyn DennisonRick and Marie TInder
Talma ThorpeBetty Sandifer
Joe & Pam GarzaPat Stone
Rhonda Wortham


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By: Bob Elmore Oct 5, 2004
It seems like the only thing Bob and I ever talked about when we got together was fishing stuff. I wish we'd gotten the chance to take more fishing trips together, however, I'm sure the ones we did get on will "stick" in everyone's mind for a long time.

So long, old friend. I'll see you again on the water somewhere, sometime.

Bob Elmore
By: Talma Thorpe Oct 5, 2004

I am so sorry to hear of the loss of our father. You are in my thoughts and prayers. I know how much the loss of a loved one can hurt. If at any time you need a shoulder, mine is always available to you. You have

been such a wonderful friend over the years and just know that I will always be there for you if you need

me. Love you, friend.
By: Carolyn Dennison Oct 5, 2004
To the Bob Tinder Family,

Bob was a wonderful guy! I always enjoyed our visits with him. It seems as though he and Dad

shared some of the same interest,gardening and fishing. Dad also loved to play the fiddle, and

won many contest. He never knew how to read music, he played by ear. We played some of his music

at the funeral home, that he had recorded. It is tough losing your parents. We have now lost

both of ours. It's just been a little over four months for Dad. Aunt Betty told me that Bob

was not doing well, I thought Dad just might out live them all. He was a month of being 86.

You'd never know it, he done so well. One never knows. Hopefully they are all together having

a huge reunion,fishing in the big pond,and no doubt already caught the big one! Love to all...

take care! Sincerly Carolyn
By: Pat Stone Oct 4, 2004
Roberta I am so sorry to hear of your dad's death. You and your family are in Roy and my prayers.

Please let me know if you need anything, even if just to talk. Call me when you feel like lunch.


Pat & Roy

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