He loved his grandson, and could not wait to have him participate in the trips to the Seahawk games.Jeff took pride in helping mold him and encourage him to become a helpful, strong, honest, successful and hardworking man.
Bob was preceded in passing by his son, Richard, and his wife of 65 years, Fern, just last May.
Bob is survived by his son, Bill; two daughters-in-law, Teresa and Beverly, both of Spokane; two grandsons, Jackson and Christopher; two granddaughters, Melissa and Wendy of Spokane; and five great-grandchildren, Ethan, Mason, Malia, Joci and Trenton.
Jeff just always wanted them to know that he was available for each and every one of them.
He loved his grandchildren and great-grandson so much. He looked forward to watching them grow into the strong, fabulous people they are and will be.
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