Bob Quackenbush … A Pleasant Delight

By David Martinez / Boxing Historian / dmboxing.com

In July 2007 when my website dmboxing.com  was officially born, I knew then that my friend Bob Quackenbush had to be a part of a small select group to make everything fit to its best 맨헌트.

Born Robert Harris Quackenbush and known to many as simply  “Quack” … Bob has been so very instrumental with expertise in proof reading and his deep photography background 다운로드. It’s such a blessing to have him as part of the dmboxing.com team.

It was Bob back then when I was looking for the right logo (with many suggestions submitted by others) was when he roamed around my personal boxing memorabilia and located an original autographed black and white photo of former heavyweight champion Max Baer, and which would become the fighter image that represents the website to perfection 핸드폰 배경화면 초고화질 다운로드.

I will say that Bob certainly has an eagle eye with photos, as prior to his retirement in 2016 at the Braille Institute,  he had previously worked for Tony Rose Camera and at Specialty Photographic Laboratories 다운로드.

Bob has also written some outstanding pieces for the website, and they can be viewed by going to the category menu and clicking onto his name 스마트 메이커 다운로드.

Bob is a product of Glendale, California, he attended Crescenta Valley High School, and is a proud graduate of Westmont College, Santa Barbara, California.

Sometimes excellent work by others behind the scenes doesn’t get recognized to its fullest – but  having Bob Quackenbush as part of dmboxing.com is truly a gift from heaven, and his friendship goes beyond the greatest of a loyal friend ever … Thank You – Quack!

3 thoughts on “Bob Quackenbush … A Pleasant Delight

  1. Thank you, David, for your very kind words and a very special article. It is my pleasure to be part of dmboxing.com and to have you as a great friend. God bless.

  2. It’s a real pleasure being introduced via this article to Mr Quackenbush. Nicely done.

  3. Hi, Rick. Thanks for the nice comments, and glad you liked the article. It’s been fun helping David with the website, and I appreciate the opportunity to write now and then!

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