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Jean Jones

Dear Bob,
My name is Jean and I’m with the National Bone Marrow Transplant Link. Our organization helps patients, caregivers, and families cope with the social and emotional challenges of transplant from diagnosis through survivorship by providing vital information and personalized support services. We subscribe to Google blog alerts, where we found your story.
Please know that others are thinking of you and pulling for you! If you would like to find out more about our programs and services, please visit www.nbmtlink.org or call 800-546-5268.
All the best!

Holly  "Singer" Vaughn

Hey Bob, It's your cousin Holly in Vernonia. I was just thinking about you, which I do frequently. Dylan will be attending " Boys State" Program @ the U of O (Sun 6/13- Sat 6/19 ) We are not sure whether we will be taking him or he will be car pooling. Thought maybe we'd look you up, if we do end up in your neck of the woods. Write or call anytime.I'd love to keep in touch ...


Holly " Singer " Vaughn

PS If your " big city " stay is in the Portland area and you need any assistance, please let me know.

John Shelburne

Howdy, Bob...was reviewing your remarks about the old KMPC days, then jumped to another blog (this is the only one I've ever signed on to). Read of your cancer and wish you the best. Two old geezers and I share an old cafe counter in my town in UT and both have cancer. Of course neither can finish his morning breakfast, so I'm right there for them. They get no sympathy from me, as I scoot closer to them, saying, "ya gona finish that meal... what about your toast... and pass over those eggs while you're at it". Anyway, they must not get too upset with me since someone there's always saying, that's ok, John'll finish it.

So, Bob... Don't wander too close to my little airport cafe if ya don't wanna share your food >grin.

Bob, on a serious note.. I want to express my deepest gratitude you, Roger, Andy Bill in engineering and many others for your help in moving me along in my KMPC Mobile Studio project truck. Yep, that's me! And everyone had some great stories to share with me as I have spent the past three years digging for any news of the those days that I will long remember in LA. We're about the same age. I went into public service about the time you stopped into 'PC, I guess. So, it's been a busy season for me as I take the truck around northern Utah's car shows, play some music and do a few 'live' interviews. Anything I can to keep the memory of AM Radio alive via this rolling KMPC billboard (61 Ford Parcel Delivery van) which is still under construction as we recreate the mobile studio. I really do hope this finds you on the mend. And, IF you do stop into the Augur In, I promise not to steal your food.. in fact, it's on me!
Best Regards/jShelburne

Jon Tillman

Hello Bob,

This is from a fellow Brentwood Elementary alum (class of winter 1956—but not the one pictured in your blog) who hopes you are doing well following the stem cell transplant.


Jon Tillman

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