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Discussion in 'Firefighter/EMS Talk' started by Quint57, Nov 16, 2004.

  1. Quint57


    Mar 1, 2001
    Jupiter, Fl
    I received this from the president of the International Association of Dive Rescue Specialists this morning. I knew Bob personally and I can't begin to tell you what a loss this is to our community.

    It is with a heavy heart that I pass along the following e-mail I
    received this morning.

    "Bob Teather passed away at 06:30 AM (EST) today. There will be no
    service as he did not want to burden his friends with travel. His
    wife Susan will still be using his e-mail address if you want to
    send her a note."

    Bob Teather was a founding member of the International Association
    of Dive Rescue Specialists and a lifetime member. Bob was the author
    of the "Encyclopedia of Underwater Investigation" and spoke on this
    subject at many IADRS Conferences. He was a generous person who
    shared his knowledge by contributing articles to the IADRS
    newsletter and by lecturing "on the road" as a corporate trainer for
    Dive Rescue International. Most importantly, Bob Teather was a
    friend and many will miss him.

    As you read this e-mail, please give a moment of reflection to our
    Canadian friend whom many refer to as THE AMBASADOR OF PUBLIC SAFETY
    DIVING, Bob Teather.
  2. Glockrocks


    Jan 28, 2001
    As a former dive team member, my deepest sympathy goes out to this brother's family.