By Ken Knepper Seated beside 50 to 60 friends and family, who gathered in a tiny chapel to pay respects, I pondered all the mentors who knowingly and inadvertently aimed me in the right direction through the years. Robert (Bob) Dankenbring was one of those guys. Most people may say living to be 89 years old was admirable, but having worked beside him, I saw
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