Shared by Kathy Gilbert on January 18, 2012

I remember when I bought the new trailer. Was Bobby mad! He didn''t like that change at all! He adjusted though and we had just as much fun as always. I also remember how he loved Cosmo. I have a picture of the two of them on my bookcase right now. I miss you every day my sweet nephew. Someday we will see each other again. Until then you have a special sopt in my heart. I love you, Aunt Kathy

Racing in the cars

Shared by Karen Staples on January 18, 2011

I so looked forward to our summer visits from the Kuhr family. We always had such a fun time. We took the kids to the beach, the mountains and many other NH vacation spots. When the Kuhr family would finally arrive in NH, Bobby would run out of the van with a smile on his face and love in his heart. He was so excited to be here visiting his family in NH who loved him so much. Bobby would get out his pencil and paper and insist on writing a schedule for every day of the vacation. He wanted to know where we were going and what we were going to be doing. We always had to take at least two vehicles on our adventures. Well, if you had Bobby in your vehicle, you had better put the pedal to the metal and get him home before the other vehicle.  The race was on and Bobby expected the car he was riding in to win. He was one determined young man and had a heart of gold. I will always fondly remember my sweet nephew. XOXO Aunt Karen

Visits to New Hampshire

Shared by Kathy Gilbert on January 18, 2011

I so looked forward to Donna, Dave, Matt,  Bobby and Sarah's yearly visit's to New Hampshire when the kids were young. My favorite memory is when Donna, Bobby and I would get up early and just spend some quiet time talking.Of course we always had to wathc the Weather channel together too! I also remember when Matt and Bobby slept in the livingroom and I would sneak out to go to work trying not to wake anyone. When I would get home, Bobby would always say how pretty I looked when I left for work in the morning. I know that we have a special angel watching over us all. I miss you Bobby and you are always in my heart. Love Aunt Kathy.

Special Olympics

Shared by Donna Kuhr on January 18, 2011

This part of Bobby's life, had such a lasting impact on me. Bobby participated for many years. He enjoyed this activity so much.He participated in so many sports, so he was active in the events through out the year. This was a family activity for us, which was great  to. I have always had a compassion for those that were mentally or physically challenged. Being involved with this activity for several years- helped me to appreciate just how special that kids with disabilities are. The whole family was involved-so I think this enabled all of us to grow and accept unconditionally. I will keep those awesome times, in the forefront of my mind. 

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