Monday, June 15, 2020

Kansas City Scribe Reviews His Dad

Robert Butler is one of the most talented writers currently working in Kansas City. In this post he crafts a masterful tribute to his late father.

And yes, even the most dedicated keyboard tough guy will tear up when reading this missive with an open mind . . . Checkit:

My Dad: Robert W. Butler Sr., 1921-2020

Most children - the lucky ones, anyway - stand in awe of their fathers. Until I was a teenager I took it for granted that my father, Robert W. Butler Sr., who passed away June 12 at age 98, had the...

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

His dad sounds like a great man of the greatest generation. I found myself wanting to read more about the man.

Anonymous said...

98 is a major accomplishment.

Byron Funkhouser said...

I've never understood father worship.

Mine was a bitch who thought he had the right to hit me.

Apparently, he liked to talk about me behind my back & speculate on my sexuality.

"Greatest Generation" = BULLSHIT

Anonymous said...

^^^ Luckily, it's not about you Byron. This man wrote something great and interesting about his father whereas you have never left even a comment worth reading.