In Memory

Robert W. Sugg

Robert W. Sugg

Bob Sugg was born May 5th, 1944 and went to Reynolds where he played football, basket ball, ran track, sang in the choir, was a member of the Monogram Club, Hi Y and participated in many other school activities.  After college, he served in the U.S. Army as a captain in Viet Nam.  After returning home, little is known about him, however at age forty, he passed away unexpectedly.  He is buried at Forsyth Memorial Park in Winston Salem.

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12/27/11 03:55 PM #1    

Thomas M. Cordell

I remember the first time I met Bob was at camp when I was in what would have been middle school.  I remembered him because we shared a cabin.  It was basically the first time away from home for me, and I was home sick.  Bob had been there all summer because his parents were traveling internationally.  Bob impressed me because he went out of his way to cheer me up.  Although we were never close friends later in high school, I was often around him and liked Bob's upbeat humor and friendly attitude.  I also marveled at his athleticism.  He will always be one of those I think about when I remember high school.

08/30/12 06:37 PM #2    

Kathleen Traylor (Sink)

Bob was most unusual because he was able to successfully combine his athletic AND musical talents in high school, where boys who sang were often made fun of.  What a great voice he had, too.  My husband and I connected with him in later years through mutual friends, and I greatly enjoyed his joie de vivre and off-beat sense of humor.  He died MUCH too young. 

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