Coach " Botch "
Botch, as we respectfully called him spoke volumes by his actions. One of my first coaches, he gave of his time, experience and much more. Practicing without lights at nite at Sharon Hill High, Botch would pull up his truck and provide a playing field for us. Taking a motley crew of players to the "Little Army Navy" game in Atlantic City. We shared some things in common however " Coach Botch " taught us so very much by his example. Many guys from Sharon Hill are what/ who they are because of " Coach Botch" . God blessed so many of with his presence in our lives. God bless his family ...Ed Frescoln a proud former Sharon Hill Rambler
Rest in Peace, Bob. We remember all the good times at the Sharon Hill Pool with you, Georgeanne, Julie and George. Great knowing you.
Chuck & Pat Long
Condolences to the family. Boch was one of the good guys. I'm happy I got to see him at the 50th reunion.
Bill and Malca Hasson
So sorry to hear this. I remember many happy Sharon Hill times, especially at the football games and Julie and George Covert's house. RIP Bob.
Irene Luttrell Degregorio, High Street, Sharon Hill