In Memory

Robert A Streeter - Year Assigned 1980

Robert A Streeter

Born: 12 Feb 1956

Passed: 21 Feb 2003

Robert was a civilian worker at Altus AFB, OK, when he passed. I had the pleasure of seeing and having dinner with Bob in approximately 1995, while he was TDY to Pope AFB, NC supporting an Army Jump Mission.

 Anyone having contact with Mr Streeters widow or family, please have them contact Stan Miller, Reunion Host /  Webmaster @ (910) 867-6508 or

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03/18/09 09:36 PM #1    

Richard "Fig" Figueroa (1976)

BOB STREETER: From Rhein Main to Altus OK. Bob was a pleasure to see upon my arrival to Altus AFB in 1990. We worked together in the C-141/C-5 ISO Dock. Like a few other ENROUTERS who were also at Altus, we brought a small piece of RHEIN MAIN ENROUTE to Altus. Upon my RETIRERMENT ceremony, BOB constructed and presented My USAF RETIREMENT Display Award BOX which I have and will always treasure. THANKS BOB, you are surely missed but highly REMEMBERED.---FIG

03/24/09 05:42 PM #2    

Peter (Pete) Pehoski (1984)

Bob was, for lack of a better term, a 'sweet' guy. Mild, highly inperterbible, and quite patient while he was training an Avionics troop like me on the eccentricities of starting an APU, doing through-flights, and other 'stuff'. He was also a fellow 'Dumpster Diver'. We would compare notes, and Bob always seemed to find better 'stuff' than me. I enjoyed, as much as possible, being stationed with him in RMAB on B Flight.

04/06/09 04:25 PM #3    

Mary Sherman /Cameron (Pascua) (1982)

Wow, what a shock. I still remember Bob so well. What a great guy. He will be missed. What a sense of adventure he had. It was never boring with Bob around.

09/06/09 06:03 PM #4    

James (Jim) Trago (1983)

I just happened across the Enroute website and read down the registry list and saw Bob's name. My regards to his family. I used to hang out in his dorm room with a bunch of other crazy young guys and we all had the times of our lives back then. Bob was a great friend when I was there, and although I havn't seen him in 25 years, he will be missed....a toast to you my friend!
Jim Trago

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