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Dr. Leslie's entire career is marked by his drive to help, educate and mentor those around him. The Leslie's had no children of their own but Dr. Leslie, was known to hundreds as Uncle Bob, an endearment he encouraged. His success as a people person comes from his motto "to serve." In 1986, in an interview in American Way magazine he summed up his philosophy of life.

"If you're getting an income from a pension or social security, you can't sit...at home, it's no good. You have to give of yourself. When you give of yourself there's no question of retirement because you are making a contribution, mental, physical, in some way. My whole existence depends on my contribution."  Dr. Leslie, 1986

Dr. Robert L. Leslie died April 1, 1987.

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