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403 North Main Street
Hailey, ID 83333
Phone: 208-788-2244
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Condolence From: Joseph DeSylvester
Condolence: Jane and Ulrich family,my heart felt Condolences,what a truly GENTILE MAN. Bobber as Frances would call him,gave me flying lessons at Burke lakefront airport,we would soar with the Eagles and all the everyday stress of life was gone.And after stop for a cold one,and talk airplanes & how to remedy lifes problems.Then he put on one of his many "IRISH ALBUMS" we would enjoy each other's company.I truly will miss him,may God have mercy on his soul.......SONNY&CHRIS
Thursday July 11, 2013
Condolence From: Mark Freeman
Condolence: Jane,
Iwas saddened to learn of your loss....know that you are in my thoughts.
Mark Freeman
Monday July 08, 2013
Condolence From: Mary Nackley
Condolence: Dear Jane,
I was so sorry to learn of your husband's passing. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.
Mary
Wednesday July 03, 2013
Condolence From: Sally Schwartz
Condolence: Dear Jane,
I am so sorry to read Bob's death. After reading the Plain Dealer obituary, I learned that he embraced life fully. Those are wonderful memories to cherish.
Sally
Wednesday July 03, 2013
Condolence From: Bob Mooney
Condolence: What a great guy and a good friend. We grew up together in Cleveland Heights and Bob's parents were friends of my parents. We reconnected years later around airplanes in Cleveland. Bob and I flew the same airplanes for awhile as I worked in the family business and Bob flew our people around when I wasn't on a trip. We became great friends and shared our lives often. Bob lived life to the fullest, and few things ever bothered him much. We bonded again as we both worked through prostate cancer and we came out pretty well. Bob took one of my sons with him on corporate trips and cemented his interest in aviation. My kids and I would meet Bob at the Cleveland Airshow and we would have such great fun all day...and he always asked how they were doing every time we talked. When Bob and Jane headed to Sun Valley I was a little jealous that I wasn't going with them. They always invited me out to see them, but unfortunately I never made it. We talked airplanes, skiing and families over the phone or in person a bit less often with Bob in the West, but every time he got near Cleveland we would get together. Bob was one of the most logical, humble and caring people I have ever met. I will never forget his smile and his most gracious attitude and I will forever miss his friendship on this earth. God will be most merciful with a soul like Bob. My deepest condolences and my prayers to Jane and family at this great loss. Requiescat in pace!
Sunday June 30, 2013
Condolence From: Bonnie Krauss
Condolence: Not being a fan of small planes, I was not too happy to find out that several of us from SFPI would be flying to Chicago on a small plane. I made sure I had my credit card so that I could fly home commercial. Bob was the pilot. It was a bumpy flight, and the whole time there, I was wondering how much it would cost me to fly home commercial. Bob knew of my fears, and he said "Bonnie, I promise you a smooth flight back." There was something about Bob that just made you trust him. And I did. And it was a smooth flight back. Bob was a kind person, and I will remember him with a smile on his face. Jane and family, I am so sorry for your loss. He will be missed.
Sunday June 30, 2013
Condolence From: Gary Bruce Eudy
Condolence: We are sorry for your loss as well as ours
Friday June 28, 2013
Condolence From: Donna,Zack and Kate Luby
Condolence: Bob Ulrich,
What a terrific guy. He was pilot to our SFPI company planes for a few years in the 80's and 90's. For our family it meant hauling toys, usually wet and sandy swim paraphernalia, luggage, pets, and unwieldy souvenirs, sometimes live seafood which would need special attention, many rescheduled flight plans and my daughter who always complimented him or not on his landings. And he handled it all in such good humor. We cherish a ski trip that he inexplicably included my daughter with a plan to teach her to ski. Off he and Jane went to Bristol Mountain in New York. Kate donned her snowsuit and goggles and promptly followed Captain Bob off the Black Diamond hills with no fear. In an exasperated voice on return from the trip Bob explained that she only had a foot to fall since she was only three feet tall at the time...8 years old. For years it was the topic of great humor. For my son Zack, the memories were of a grown man who not only answered all his endless questions about the plane, about flying and about all the jobs he ever had but he met them with detailed answers and patience. Years later what is clear to Zack is that Bob was a man who loved everything he did and loved to share it with everyone, even a little kid who to many would have been an annoyance, but not to Captain Bob. And, of course, the fact that Bob was a stunt pilot for movies certainly got him a special place in a young boy's memory. What a fine example he provided to us. A lifelong appreciation of Bob's kindness and fond memories have followed and we are so sad to hear about this accident. He lived his life in a way to be admired and remembered.

Our kindest regards go to Jane and the entire family.

Donna, Zack and Kate Luby
Thursday June 27, 2013

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