In Memory

Bob Packard - Class Of 1964

Bob Packard

Bob Packard passed away May 18th 2018.  No obituary found.

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05/31/18 11:44 AM #1    

Doug Wood (1970)

My favorite memory of Bob was his character in the DCHS comedy, “Arsenic and Old Lace.”  He played a brother who believed he was Teddy Roosevelt (in uniform). Each time Teddy went upstairs, he yelled "Charge!" and took the stairs at a run, imitating Roosevelt's famous charge up San Juan Hill.  It made a lasting impression on this seventh- grader.

07/15/18 08:51 PM #2    

Patricia Leitzke (Larson) (1964)

Packard, as some of us called him, was such a good friend! On Sunday, a few of us met at the Roxy  for a matinee. In those days, a coke and a candy bar cost 15 cents, and admission was 20 cents! Does that date us?

Miss you Bobby.❤ pat

07/16/18 07:38 AM #3    

Stephen Schmidt (1964)

I too was a cast member of Arsenic & Old Lace. I was Officer Brophy. Bob Packard was a good actor & we all had a lot of fun working on that play. I can still see him in his charge. Rest in peace Pack.

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