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Robert J Amick

February 14, 1922December 14, 2012

Robert J Amick was born on February 14, 1922 and passed away on December 14, 2012 in Scottsburg, IN.

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Robert J Amick

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Charlie Weir

April 11, 2017

I knew him mostly through his son Rob when I was in high school with him in 1966-7. I remember he was a very intellectual and thoughtful person, and loved horses. He is usually in blue jeans in my memory. May his family be of some comfort, and I hope his passing was easy and peaceful

John Chalinder

June 21, 2013

I only just now found out about the passing of a great man.
Robert had a singularly analytic mind and opened me up to many more possibilities in life than I had previously envisioned.
I first met Robert when he was attending John Heron Art Institute in Indianapolis. He was an art student, I was a model for the class.
Robert will be sorely missed by many...

Matthew Norris

January 1, 2013

I am very saddened by this as Robert and I shared a great deal over the few years we spent philosophically together. There will never be a time in my life that Robert's spirit ceases to influence my thoughts and dreams of a better world for us all!
Mournfully,

John Simmons

January 1, 2013

I am sorry to hear of Robert's passing. It has been a few years since we have seen each other as repeated moves and preoccupation with my family have kept me from maintaining frequent contact. Robert was always intellectually challenging and a visionary. He will be missed by many people. May his spirit continue to lift up the lives of the many that he touched.

Aaron Wadsworth

January 1, 2013

To Robert's friends & family:

You have my most sincere condolences. I have known Robert since 1994. I have always valued his friendship and his was deeply saddened to hear of his passing. I have lived in Seoul, Korea for the past 11 years... news travels a bit more slowly out this way. I mourn his loss, but treasure his memory. I know he is missed by many others spread out across the country and abroad. Many blessings to you in the coming year.