He was known as Bobby. And he was “an extremely tender person.” A man who lived life with the traits he most admired, loyalty and courage.
As a young boy, Bobby was considered the “runt” of his family by his father. Because he “was the most generous little boy.”
But Bobby was tough, determined, the type of person who stayed in a football game even after breaking his leg. Or the type of person who fought to ensure equality for all in the U.S.
He believed that “the purpose of life is to contribute in some way to making things better.” And contribute he most certainly did.