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Bill Nigh from Moline, KS wrote on March 31, 2022 at 12:48 PM
We've done business with Bob for 20 years and it has always been a great experience. Our condolences to the family.
Josh Lemaster from Gaffney sc wrote on March 31, 2022 at 10:50 AM
Such a great family! Bob was a legend for sure! Blessed to have known him! Our deepest condolences
Allen Anderson from Holdrege Ne wrote on March 31, 2022 at 5:49 AM
Sorry for your loss, I only talked to Bob once but I talk to his clone doing business and always enjoy those conversations. Bobs life story is so interesting to me. His business he built and more importantly his family. Like a song says it’s about what you leave when you go. Well done Bob. My thoughts and prays are with you all. Allen
Alex Perron from Topeka wrote on March 30, 2022 at 8:56 PM
Bob would take me, my brother, and my uncle to kstate football games! Was always a good time and Bob definitely loved his wildcats!
Tom and Vera Hintz from Manhattan ks wrote on March 30, 2022 at 4:40 PM
Bob leaves a special legacy. A legacy grounded in faith, family and friends. We are blessed to know him and family. The celebration of life was a wonderful tribute to Bob and family. Tom and Vera Hintz
Lori Krause from Parker wrote on March 30, 2022 at 2:28 PM
I didn't know Bob or any of the Foote family. I actually grew up in Spring Hill. Drove back and forth between the highways through Bucyrus. And my husband and I were married in Wea at Queen of the Holy Rosary by Father Schepers. All of that time I'd see the Foote (and Guetterman) name. Thank you for sharing Bob's story. What a beautiful legacy he's left for his family for generations to come. Bless you.
Scott Doyle from Holton Ks wrote on March 30, 2022 at 12:12 PM
My favorite memory takes place in the late 90’s at the St Joe Stockyards. I was selling steers and Bob was sitting behind me buying corn on the phone and my cattle with the other hand. After placing the winning bid to purchase my steers he held the phone to his shoulder and said to me “young man, would you like me to write that check to the Chevrolet dealer?” I replied “no sir, it better be to the bank.” My father knew Bob because my family had sold him cattle for many years and we still do to this day. Thank you Bob, Gregg, Scott, Brad and families. Bob was a good man that will be greatly missed by so many. Prayers to you all. Scott Doyle
Erica Ellis-Tibbetts from Olathe wrote on March 30, 2022 at 11:25 AM
I only knew Bob later in is life, for a short time. I was his physical therapist over the past year. Him and his family left an impression on my life. From conversations about kstate (I always got a hard time from him being a KU grad) to learning about his family's achievements (both kids and grandkids). One thing I learned about Bob was that he was stubborn at times, but in the end he was really just a big teddy bear with a warm heart. There was nothing he loved more than his family. I am blessed to have worked with him.
Stuart Fox from Broken Bow, NE wrote on March 30, 2022 at 9:07 AM
Gail and Family, I'm so sorry to hear of Bob's passing! It has been many years since I worked with your family as a banker. Bob and all of you were always so gracious when I would stop by and I have many great memories from those times. Bob's obituary was a great tribute and you should all be proud of the successes you've had and the legacy Bob leaves behind.
Greg and Shannon Cure from Goodland, KS wrote on March 30, 2022 at 7:42 AM
We were introduced to the Foote family at a basketball game with Scott Foote’s son Charlie. We feel so fortunate to call them friends and for the great memories that we and our children have with them! We met Bob at Andrew’s graduation and immediately knew how much he cared for his family as he glowed with pride. We shared stories on feeding cattle and our families. He was a one-of-a-kind man that will be truly missed. His legacy will shine through his family forever. Bob has raised a great family and instilled in them the values important to this life. May God embrace the Foote family with comfort in this loss.

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