Video: Interview w/ apprentice Robert Rasmussen

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DavidC
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Video: Interview w/ apprentice Robert Rasmussen

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megnar
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Thanks for sharing this with the group. I wanted to let y’all know that Bob passed away on Wednesday, May 27th at 89 years old.( I’m his daughter in law.)

Roderick Grant
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Re: Video: Interview w/ apprentice Robert Rasmussen

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Somehow I missed that interview the first time around. Very illuminating. Everyone I have ever known or met agreed that FLW was easy-going and humorous. Mr. Rasmussen simply reinforced that image.

megnar, do you have any images of your father-in-law's work you might like to share with us?

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