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bill81vette
05-01-13, 11:58 AM
Robert L. Remelius, Townsend | Anderson Funeral Homes (http://www.andersonfuneral.com/robert-l-remelius-townsend/obituaries/6563/)

He will be missed!!!!

Toms007
05-01-13, 12:25 PM
Wow, I knew that he'd not been well, but I wasn't expecting this............:ugh

RIP, Remo. :lou

catbert
05-01-13, 12:28 PM
Remo was a truly unique and great guy. I met and hung around with he and Guy at CruiseFests, but got to know him well at our Carlisle marathons. He had a great intellect, quick wit, and could take and dish out all the trash talk that happens at Vette get-togethers. We had things in common, including wearing Army green clothes back in the day. My best wishes and prayers to his wife, son and great friend, Guy.


Robert L. Remelius
Townsend: Robert L. Remelius, 66, Old Turnpike Road, died Sunday, April 28, 2013 , at Life Care Center of Acton after a lengthy illness.

Mr. Remelius was born in Newport, Rhode Island, August 5, 1946, a son of William Remelius and Gladys E. (Leonard) Remelius Wright and was a longtime Townsend resident.

He leaves his wife Paula M. (Reeves) Remelius; a son, Brian Remelius of Morrieta, CA; his stepfather, Charles Wright of Rindge, NH and several nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by his brother, Mark Remelius of Colorado.
For over thirty years Mr. Remelius worked for New England Business Service and late Deluxe Corporation in Townsend and Groton.
Mr. Remelius served his community in many elected and appointed capacities including Townsend Board of Selectmen, Finance Committee and Planning Board. He was also a member of the Townsend Business Association.
He enjoyed driving his Corvette and going to movies.
Arrangements
Funeral arrangements are interment are private.

C6 CRZN
05-01-13, 12:33 PM
Sorry to hear this, my prayers go out to the family.

Toms007
05-01-13, 12:35 PM
Has anyone heard from Guy? How is he doing? You're right Catbert, he was a unique individual. I was just thinking about his sense of humor after my last post and how he could lead you on, then laugh his arse off. Here he is with some of CAC's "finest".

From left: Guy, Blackdog, Bud (Yoda), Lou (Rowdy1), and Remo. That was a great time!

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v281/toms94/CruiseFest/Cruisefest2007241.jpg (http://smg.photobucket.com/user/toms94/media/CruiseFest/Cruisefest2007241.jpg.html)

navy2kcoupe
05-01-13, 12:40 PM
Remo, I raise my glass to the original founding member of "The West Townsend Corvette Club",
and say "May you have clear skies ahead, may your journey be blessed and happy, and may
we all meet at a gathering when we get there." Say HI to Jane Ann too. Gonna miss you Remo!
Andy :w

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c4c5specialist
05-01-13, 01:21 PM
OH NO!

We had heard that he was very ill and we all were pulling for him. I really missed him last year at Carlisle.

I always had alot of fun with him coming into my seminars and heckling me with Guy. But yet, we could sit down in the bar at Carlisle and BS for hours, just having a blast.

He will be missed for his insane love of Corvette, his ability to keep everything UNserious and fun and just putting a smile on peoples face. He was so very special and smiles always followed him, ESPECIALLY MINE.


I wish all the best for his grieving family and if there is anything we can do, do not hesitate to ask.

Sadly, Paul K

GS Diva
05-01-13, 03:05 PM
I've talked with Guy over the past several days, and he was going to post something about Remo's death after the funeral, etc. Guy and Remo were more than best friends...they were like brothers, and I know Guy is devastated, as we who knew Remo are, also. I know he is no longer in pain, and that's good. He will be so very missed by all who knew him.

Elaine

Patrick
05-01-13, 03:12 PM
This is awful news! :(

My friend Remo, gone? No, it can't be! No more kidding around with him about his daily regimen of winter meds, once his Corvette was garaged for the season. No more boasts about Quicksilver is the fastest color for Corvettes, and he was only only helping his Corvette's color out with that Lingenfelter upgrade.

One of the best Corvette folks I've met, always capable of making anyone smile, chuckle and generally not take themselves too seriously. He will indeed be missed.

First Jane Ann, now Remo. Everyone, we've lost too many good people this year. I want all of you to stop aging, right now!

-Patrick

Guy
05-01-13, 03:47 PM
My pal Remo was diagnosed with diabetes when he was ten. I didn't know until about a year ago.
The fact that he lived to 66 is a testament to how well he took care of himself. Diabetes is a
killer and Bob's downhill slide started over a year ago. Two weeks ago with his body shutting down, he had enough and chose hospice. His son Brian from San Diego spent the last two weeks by his bedside and was with Bob during his last conscious hrs last Friday before falling asleep forever. However, at Remo's request, Brian made 3 trips daily in Quicksilver to McDonalds. Remo needed his fixes of apple pies, LARGE diet Cokes and cookies up until the day he fell asleep. ;)Remo, Paula, my wife Dawn and I had many great times together.

You are already missed, my brother.
Godspeed.

Guy
05-01-13, 03:51 PM
In a couple of weeks, Bob Williams (Nut) and I will drive and deliver Quicksilver to it's new home
in San Diego. One of Remo's last requests was to sign his Vette over to Brian.

Guy

Mac
05-01-13, 06:03 PM
Thank you for sharing that, Guy.

Rest in peace, Remo and I hope horsepower is plentyful and gas is cheap up there!

-Mac

Red Vette
05-01-13, 06:28 PM
Only met Remo and Guy once, at the CF in Colorado Springs. I enjoyed their daily update of their trip to Colorado, Guy And Remo's great adventure. Remo was extremely open to making friends with whomever he met, especially if you drove a vette. Not only have we lost Jane Ann and Remo, but my Corvette Club lost a member about 3 weeks ago; all have left us much too young, but blessed us by being our friends.

Barrett

jrose7004
05-01-13, 09:29 PM
I too met Remo in Colorado Springs and kept up with him here on the CAC. RIP Remo.

Vanity Plate Bob
05-01-13, 09:46 PM
Rest in peace Remo. Suffer no more. Blessing for the family.

MM-C5
05-01-13, 09:51 PM
I was doing some work at the church where I attend meetings this morning and was about to finish a break conversation with the Pastor, who had been away for the last month.

As we were wrapping up and I was about to leave her office, my cell rang. It was Six Shooter so I decided to take the call in the storage room where I had been working.

Dwayne was calling to let me know that Bob had made his Final Transition and that this link had been posted. To say I was stunned is no where near the overwhelming sense of loss I felt. Shooter and I had just had a long conversation about our hopes and prayers for Remo only a few days ago. Neither of us could talk long today.

I picked up my tools and started back to work when a feeling came over me that I could not have been in a warmer place to receive such terrible news.

I went back into Pastor Sallie’s office and told her the story of Remo, how I knew him, his wife Paula’s continuing Alzheimer’s journey, and his own falling dominoes from being a 24/7 caregiver for far longer than he should have.

I must be a good story teller because by the time I was finished, Sallie was laughing and crying as much as I was.

I asked her to pray for Bob, that if it be His will, our Higher Power would shorten Paula’s remaining journey. I also asked Sallie if she could throw in a good word or two for those of us sharing our pain at loosing a close friend.

There are several things I am grateful for today, but they are all outweighed by the compassion given by Sallie and the comfort of her prayer.

Sallie did not suggest this, but my guess is that Bob got the keys to a new Corvette convertible when he checked in at the Gates.

A few years ago when my father made his Final Transition as a result of Alzheimer’s, I posted The Train Ride. Not too long after watching my mother's last domino fall, from being his 24/7 caregiver, I posted it again.

Tonight, I feel compelled to post The Train Ride one more time. Not just as a tribute to my friend Remo and his wife Paula, but to those in this family who may be experiencing their own family ripple effects of this terrible disease.

Good by, Bob. Thank you for enriching my life.

Tom



THE TRAIN RIDE

Imagine that the experience of having Alzheimer's disease might be similar to a journey by train with an unknown destination:

I am going on a long journey by train. As I begin, the city skyscrapers and country landscape look familiar. As I continue my journey, the view reminds me of times gone by and I feel relaxed and comfortable. The other passengers on the train appear to be feeling the same way and I engage in pleasant conversation with them.

As the journey progresses, things begin to look different. The buildings have odd shapes and the trees don’t look quite the way I remember them. I know they are buildings and trees, but something about them is not quite right. Maybe I’m in a different country with different architecture and plant life. It feels a bit strange, even unnerving.

I decide to ask the other passengers about the strangeness. I feel, but more importantly, I notice they seem unperturbed. They are barely taking notice of the passing scenery. Maybe they have been here before. I ask some questions but nothing seems different to them. I wonder if my mind is playing tricks with me. I decide to act as if everything looks alright, but because it does not, I have to be on my guard. This places some tension on me, but I believe I can tolerate it for the remainder of the trip. I do, however find myself becoming so preoccupied with appearing all right, that my attention is diverted from the passing scenery.

After some time, I look out the window again and this time, I know that something is wrong! Everything looks strange and unfamiliar! There is no similarity to anything I can recall from the past. I must do something!

I talk to the other passengers about the strangeness I feel. They look dumfounded and when they answer and they talk in a new language. Why won’t they speak English? They just look at me knowingly and with sympathy.

I’ve got to get to the bottom of this, so I keep after them to tell me where the train is, and where it is going. The only answers I get are in their strange language and when I talk, my words seem strange, even to me.

Now I am truly frightened!

I had not bargained for this when I started! At this point, I figure that I have to get off this train and find my way home. I get up to leave and bid a pleasant good-bye. I don’t get very far though, as the other passengers stop me and take me back to my seat. It seems they want me to stay on the train whether I want to or not. I try to explain but they just talk in that strange language.

Outside the window, the scenery is getting even more frightening. Strange, inhuman-looking beings peer into the window at me. I decide to run for it!

The other passengers are not paying much attention to me, so I slip out of my seat and quietly walk toward the back of the car. There’s a door. It is difficult to push, but I must! It begins to open and I push harder. Maybe now I will get away!

Even though it looks pretty strange out there, I know I will never find my way home if I do not get off this train.

I am ready to jump, when hands suddenly appear from nowhere and grab me from behind. I try to get away. I try to fight them off, but I can feel them pulling me back... back onto the train. I hear the door shut! They take me back to my seat and I realize now that I will never get off this train... I will never get home!

How sad I feel. I did not say good-bye to my children, wife, or friends. As far as I know, they do not know where I am.

The passengers look worried. They force me to eat. It is difficult because I am too sad to be hungry.

I fervently wish that I had never started out on this journey, but I know I cannot go back.

I have no choice now.

I have to go along with the passengers because they seem to know where the journey will end.

Maybe they will get me there safely.




Dawson, P., Wells, D.L & Kline, K. (1993) Enhancing the Abilities of Persons with Alzheimer's and related Dementias. New York: Springer Publishing Co: pp xiv-xv

JJS
05-01-13, 10:10 PM
This is terrible news, and I'm very sorry to hear of Remo's passing.
My father was a diabetic and I know only too well the problems associated with that disease.

Remo and Guy went out of their way more than once to stop by and say hello to me up a the Budweiser show in NH as well as a couple of local shows - two great guys.
I heard he was sick but I didn't know how bad it was, or what he was suffering from, but as Diva already said, at least he's no longer suffering.

We've now lost two of the great people on this board the past couple of months.

Rest in peace Remo.

-JS

Bob Chadwick
05-01-13, 10:26 PM
To say I an floored would be an understatement. I hadn't seem him in a couple of years and didn't even know he had any health issues. I'll always remember him for his dry sense of humor and the many hours of his quick wit at Carlisle, the Cruisefests and his excursions down South as an honorary member of the Southern Contingent of the CAC. RIP Remo!

B17Crew
05-02-13, 12:05 AM
I am sad to learn of Remo’s passing. It was a blessing that his son was able to be there with him, that was probably a great comfort to him. My condolences to his loved one’s. I can recall the first time I corresponded with Remo many years ago about driving Corvette’s in the snow! I always got a chuckle when I would see him promoting the superior performance capabilities of Quick Silver Corvette’s compared to any other color Corvette.

May he rest in peace.
B17 Crew

BigJimZ16
05-02-13, 06:34 AM
​RIP Remo...

Baldie88
05-02-13, 07:23 AM
I will just echo what previous posters have said more eloquently that I can. I never met Remo or Jane Ann but I can't believe these two are gone now. I enjoyed their friendship and advise through CAC for many year. Makes me consider my own mortality. RIP Remo.

Ron
"Baldie88"

Yoda
05-02-13, 01:20 PM
It is another sad day here at the Corvette Action Center. The loss of ”Remo”, losing another Friend and Brother brings too much reality and sadness. Remo was one of the good guys and his sense of humor, at times was almost edgy but almost always right on the mark.

Thru the CruiseFests and here online Remo and I spent quality time discussing the twisted path’s we took and the places we traveled. Remo exemplified what Corvette ownership was all about and never took him self or situations seriously. Life was his marble game and he knew how to flick his marble to get the best results and highest score, even if it was not obvious to all around him.

To know Remo was to enjoy his humor and out look on life. Being around Remo and his buddy Guy will always remind me that life is meant to be fun, exciting worth every minute. Too my good friend Guy my deepest sympathy as well to Remo’s family and friends. God blessed us with his presence.

I will always remember Remo as the ”Distinguished Gentleman” he was and I will never forget that great sense of humor…. Remo will always be one of my ”Supreme Sisters!!” :thumb :pat

Bud

catbert
05-02-13, 07:30 PM
To the top for folks that might have not been on the forum for a couple days.

hdkeno
05-02-13, 08:25 PM
Just heard about Remo's passing this morning...and as many have mentioned he was a true gentleman in the true sense of the word. We will miss spending time with him at Carlisle each year, as well as his varied and sometimes spirited discussions.

I will always have fond memories of time spent with him, and Guy have a safe trip out to San Diego, with quicksilver. Remo will be right there with you in spirit, watching over you as the miles go by....

82ColEd
05-03-13, 08:20 AM
Oh noooo.. :cry

Words fail me. Remo was part of The Crew. I am sitting here, deleting, retyping, deleting again.. not sure what to say.


RIP my friend. And :thanks: for all the help (and the ribbing). I will miss you Bob.

-Stefan

Guy: My condolences brother. PM me if you need an ear to talk.

Toms007
05-03-13, 06:57 PM
As anyone reads this thread, whether they knew Remo or not, they will obviously figure out Remo was one of the good guys. As has been said, insinuated and eluded too, he will be missed here at CAC as well as in person. I am thoroughly enjoying reading all the responses from those who knew Remo better than I.

Guy, make certain that Bob and you have a safe trip.

Guy
05-03-13, 08:18 PM
About 30 family members and I remembered Bob this morning. His son Brian spoke,
the three closest nieces had one husband share thier thoughts which at tmes were quite comical.
I was asked to speak so I spoke of past road trips, Bobs humor, the only mud hole Bob hit in Carlisles 84 acres, hitting the panic button on his key fob after seeing some woman sitting on the hood of Quicksilver, the Supremes (the nieces printed and posted that picture at the funeral home), etc.. I read aloud many of your posts. There was more laughter than tears.
Brian followed the hearse in Quicksilver, then me in my Vette followed by everyone else.
A short grave site service and it was over. On to a local restaurant for lunch and the entourage
continued to one of the nieces house for more sharing, laughter and food. A sad day, but we really celebrated Bobs life.

Thank you all. Remo heard you today.
Guy

67vet
05-03-13, 11:14 PM
Sorry to hear of Remo's passing. May he rest in peace.

Roger

nomorevete
05-04-13, 10:34 AM
It has been close to 5 0r 6 years since I have posted here. My old name was nyernga from Georgia and had the distinct privilege of meeting and spending time with Remo at my first Carlisle event and a Tail of the Dragon run down here. I remember fondly a private conversation he and I had on the balcony of the motel one night at Carlisle and have always treasured the memory of it.

Simply put, he was as genuine as they get.

Rest in peace my friend. Save us al (well most of us) a good parking spot there.

Len Miller

Tom Bryant
05-04-13, 04:28 PM
Remo was a big part of our Corvette family here and he always will be. I enjoyed his color conflicts with other members that owned cars of lesser color than Quicksilver. I fondly remember having dinner with him, Guy and several other CAC members at Ft. Wayne when they brought Quicksilver to Lingenfelters for a little warm over. It was a great evening and over way too soon.

I lost my best friend to diabetes about 10 years ago. We were the same age at the time. He had it from childhood too. There are way too many good people taken way too early.

Rest in Peace my friend.

Tom

wishuwerehere82
05-04-13, 10:18 PM
I am so sad to hear of Remo's passing.
He and Guy were the first CAC'ers that I met at Carlisle.
He was a great wit and was always willing to share the tent that they obviously put up in the wee hours of the morning, since it was in the very best spot on the fairground.
We met several years at the same spot, and stayed at the holiday inn in Mechanicsburg for a few of them. I always looked for Remo and Guy at the bar and usually found them right where they said they would be.
Remo will be missed by his friends and family, I know.
But those who didn't know him don't know what they missed.
Rest in Peace, my friend. :w

midyearroadster427
05-05-13, 07:28 PM
My wife and I just learned of Remos passing today from Elaine. To say we were shocked and saddened is an understatement...We would drive our C2 to Carlisle each year and right around the same area and same time each year..two silver flashes would toot and zoom by us, everytime we would head down we would wonder if we would see them and sure enough...there they went. We finally met up at Carlisle and would laugh and joke about us passing each other every year and that began a friendship between us all. Of course Guy messed things up when he got his Crystal red Gs and the two silver flashes were now one and a red flash close behind as always. I will remember laughts at the bar at the Holiday Inn, the smile, jokes and good times. I know Guy was more than a friend, more than a Corvette pal, so to Guy I say..remember the fun and good times. My father said, when you pass..if people say..you were a good man, then you did something in life that touched them. So I will simply put, from my heart, He was a good man and may he rest in peace....

Nut
05-06-13, 08:45 AM
I was devastated to hear that Remo's funeral would be in the middle of my annual Myrtle Beach golf trip. It was impossible to get out of at such late notice. I know Remo would have understood. However, I do have the humble honor of sharing Quicksilver's final road trip with my friend Guy. Patti and I drove the 8+ hrs up to Massachusettes many times to have dinner and spend some time with Guy and Dawn along with Remo and Paula. My friend, you will be grately missed.

I know I can speak for Guy when I say it would be wonderful if we coiuld stop and say hello to many of Remo's CAC friends along the way out to deliver Quicksilver to Remo's son Brian in the San Diego area, but sadly both time and our schedules simply don't permit the stops. Our final route is still not finalized yet but you can be sure it will be southern since it seems it cant stop snowing in the midwest. But if you see the slim marathon running Guy and an old, bald dude with a gray beard Nut ripping along the Interstates in one bad-ass 2001 Silver Convertible, most likely it's the CAC's boys on the last Quicksilver road trip. I'm sure one of us will be keeping a log and pics of our journey to document on the CAC. We start next Saturday when Guy will pick me up and spend the night at Casa del Nut; in the Peoples Republic of MD, and then on to sunny San Diego.

............ nut

GS Diva
05-06-13, 10:17 AM
I am so happy to hear that Brian will be getting Quicksilver. This inanimate object, that Corvette, actually almost seemed human to those of us who knew Remo, Guy and the Liegenfelter Corvette, doesn't it?! It is so fitting to know that Quicksilver lives on!

Thanks, Nut and Guy, for delivering it for Remo. I look forward to a log and pictures of its journey.

Elaine

hdkeno
05-06-13, 10:23 AM
Godspeed, and happy trails to both you Nut, and Guy......Ken

midyearroadster427
05-06-13, 08:55 PM
I know Remo would be happy to know his car is going on this venture, and will be driven by his special friends...good luck Nut and Guy...be safe...

Guy
05-06-13, 09:25 PM
Thanks everyone. Quicksilver was Brian's "rental car" while he was out here making those
McDonalds runs for his Dad 3 times a day. :rotfl
As a tribute to Remo, this will either be Nut & Guy's excellent adventure or rest areas we know and love. :)

nomorevete
05-07-13, 07:17 PM
Thanks everyone. Quicksilver was Brian's "rental car" while he was out here making those
McDonalds runs for his Dad 3 times a day. :rotfl
As a tribute to Remo, this will either be Nut & Guy's excellent adventure or rest areas we know and love. :)

Knowing you two it'll be rest areas.........:)

Len

Guy
05-07-13, 07:57 PM
Knowing you two it'll be rest areas.........:)

Len

And you are still and will always be, no matter what you do......a putz! ;LOL

I've lost 80 lbs and run marathons. What do you do?
Never mind, this thread is about Remo.

I wish we had time to stop in, Len, it would be like old times. Hey, I'll be back later.....I gotta go. :D

nomorevete
05-07-13, 08:50 PM
And you are still and will always be, no matter what you do......a putz! ;LOL

I've lost 80 lbs and run marathons. What do you do?
Never mind, this thread is about Remo.

I wish we had time to stop in, Len, it would be like old times. Hey, I'll be back later.....I gotta go. :D

Just make sure Nut stays out of trouble.....and drive safe my friend..........:w

Guy
05-07-13, 09:11 PM
Just make sure Nut stays out of trouble.....and drive safe my friend..........:w

OMG! Now that's going to be a challenge!

Take care my friend. Hope to see you on anther trip.

:w
Guy

jhecox
05-08-13, 01:49 PM
Sorry to hear about Remo's passing. I met Remo and Guy once in Ft. Wayne when they came in to pick up Remo's car, after adding the "juice" to it. RIP.

Nut
05-08-13, 04:28 PM
Just make sure Nut stays out of trouble.....and drive safe my friend..........:w

I resemble that! :thumb

Little Remo
05-30-13, 10:24 PM
Hi Everyone,

I miss my dad so much! I can't thank Guy and Nut enough for brining Quicksilver out to Ca. I will do my best to keep her looking as sweet as my dad did :). She is in the garage and washed once a week. Looking forward to meeting everyone at Carlisle this summer!

Brian Remelius
"Little Remo". Aka Remo II :)

Hib Halverson
05-30-13, 10:47 PM
Welcome to the CAC "Little Remo"!:w

hdkeno
05-30-13, 11:24 PM
Brian, your dad was a great guy, and spoke fondly of you. look forward to meeting you at Carlisle. Ken

GS Diva
05-31-13, 11:10 AM
Brian, I also look forward to meeting you in Carlisle. Your father and Guy were the very first Corvette Action Center guys I met the very first time my husband and I went to Corvettes at Carlisle. We also live in MA so had the opportunity to get together other than Carlisle over the years.

As others have said, Alan and I are looking forward to seeing you in August.

Elaine

catbert
05-31-13, 01:06 PM
Will you be staying in the "Remo room" at the Park Inn?

Little Remo
05-31-13, 10:00 PM
Not sure if it will be the same room but I'm going with Guy so it should be close :)

hoosierdaddy
06-01-13, 11:00 AM
Has anyone heard from Guy? How is he doing? You're right Catbert, he was a unique individual. I was just thinking about his sense of humor after my last post and how he could lead you on, then laugh his arse off. Here he is with some of CAC's "finest".

From left: Guy, Blackdog, Bud (Yoda), Lou (Rowdy1), and Remo. That was a great time!

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v281/toms94/CruiseFest/Cruisefest2007241.jpg (http://smg.photobucket.com/user/toms94/media/CruiseFest/Cruisefest2007241.jpg.html)


I do remember this for sure, been a while, the night was a BLAST filled with fun and laughter!

Bill :w

catbert
05-04-16, 01:56 PM
It's been 3 years since "we" lost Remo. To this day, it isn't any easier to remember him without feeling a profound sadness.

Guy
05-04-16, 02:09 PM
It's been 3 years since "we" lost Remo. To this day, it isn't any easier to remember him without feeling a profound sadness.

So true for me too. Next month Dawn and I will head to San Diego to visit with
Brian and the family including little Remo the 3rd.

MM-C5
05-04-16, 03:48 PM
So true for me too. Next month Dawn and I will head to San Diego to visit with
Brian and the family including little Remo the 3rd. Remo the 3rd.... How Wonderful Is That! :upthumbs :thumb I was blessed to spend many hours with Remo over a few Carlisle trips and of course, like so many here, I always laughed at the thought of Cabin Fever and "Remo being off his meds". It was an honor to be his friend.

His memory lives on!


Tom

Guy
05-04-16, 06:04 PM
Little Remo isn't even a year old yet and cute as heck.
23094
Vincent (Remo III) and big brother Anthony.

hdkeno
05-04-16, 07:21 PM
Hard to believe that 3 years have gone by since Remo's passing. Seems like yesterday. I always enjoyed Remo's conversation and wit. Consider myself fortunate to have known him...

Little Remo
08-24-16, 10:52 PM
Hi Everyone,

looking forward to seeing everyone in Carlisle this year! Quicksilver is loving SoCal weather! My dad would be very pleased with how clean I have kept her over the past 3 years 😊. I know he is looking over me while I'm polishing the wheels saying I "missed a spot". Can't wait to see everyone over the next 4 days!

Brian aka "little Remo"

hoosierdaddy
08-25-16, 01:15 PM
Remo is miss by all of us, he flies with Eagles and has touched THE FACE OF GOD.

I sure do miss his post, he was one of a kind. I had met him at one of the CAC Cruise fest in Bowling Green, KY originally, also got with him and some other CAC folks in Fort Wayne, IN for supper when he brought "Quick Silver" to get some more HP from Lingenfelter Performance Engineering (http://www.lingenfelter.com/) boys!

-Bill :w

6 Shooter
08-25-16, 07:52 PM
:beer
http://i32.tinypic.com/34603n6.jpg (http://www.corvetteactioncenter.com/forums/members/remo.html)

hoosierdaddy
08-26-16, 05:19 AM
You got that right Shooter :happyanim:One of a kind I miss hearing his opinion and his take on it all too! :beer Here's to Remo.

-Bill

catbert
08-28-16, 05:28 PM
Hi Everyone,

looking forward to seeing everyone in Carlisle this year! Quicksilver is loving SoCal weather! My dad would be very pleased with how clean I have kept her over the past 3 years 😊. I know he is looking over me while I'm polishing the wheels saying I "missed a spot". Can't wait to see everyone over the next 4 days!

Brian aka "little Remo"

It was great to see you again Brian. Same time, same place next year?:beer