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Robert Minter's Online Memorial Photo

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Memorial Biography

Bobby was a very happy baby once we fed him solid food. He was a sweet spirit.He was never a problem child,not to say he wasn,t onry and adventuresome. He loved Edagar Allen Poe and was a very good artist. Although he was learning disabled he never let that get in the way of what he wanted to do.He loved rap music and introduced me to Eminem,Dr Drea and 2Pac. His very favorite. He also like old shool rock. He got that from me. He was always willing to lend a helping hand. He was an awesome son,brother,husband and freind. He loved son many things .I will get into those inside the stories of his life.

He never wanted fancy things. I had the pleasure of buying him his first robe while i was in California.Seems so silly but he couldn,t wait to get home and put it on.

He was struggling with some mistakes he had made but was hopeful about his future. Work was picking up and that made his spirit soar because his prmary concern was providing for his family.

We only had 6 days together before his tragic death. But we took every moment to talk. He was in therapy and willing to take medication if it was necessary. Mental illness runs in both sides of are family as well as addictions. He understood all of this , Apparently the family addictions skip my childrens generations,yet he was always mindful of them.

I will miss his smile the most. I only know of a very few times that he was ever really sad. I;ve only foumd 1 picture that he isn,t happy.His son has the same smile but we are 3000 miles away. I have a picture of him swinging Dean in his swing that evening. A few hours later he was gone along with a piece of my heart. He took the last train home!!