It has been a unequivocally prohibited summer, down here in executive Florida! The feverishness has attacked a unchanging attendees of Indian River Kontrol Society (IRKS), War Bird eventuality from participating in this year’s event.
One advantage of being a Flight-Line Reporter is carrying a eventuality to accommodate some unequivocally cold people. During this event, my introduction to a modeler will leave a durability sense of a male who desired life, people, and a hobby. we met Robert Trinchitella for a initial time during this eventuality and had a best time articulate with him about a models he brought and a passion he had for a hobby. He was a frank chairman to people who took a time to speak and his personal proceed he demonstrated during a review was no different. we felt we met a new friend! It was usually a few days after a event, a bar perceived news of Bob’s remarkable passing.
The following note and necrology was supposing by his brother:
“I found your email residence on Bob’s home computer. It is with a unhappy and complicated heart we am informing we of Bob’s flitting on Wednesday 8-28-1023. Bob was on a business outing in Houma, LA when he suffered a deadly heart attack.”
“Bob was self-employed and owned/operated an engine emporium in Orlando before relocating to Palm Bay to start a new career installing, servicing eye lasers in alloy offices. He had a believe and present to repair, reconstruct any form of engine, vast or small. Bob was a gifted woods craftsman and combined one-of-a kind furniture, storage boxes and fixtures for his several hobbies. He had a good passion for radio tranquil indication airplanes and was good famous in that locus as an upbeat, useful and good-natured crony to all. Bob was always kind, courteous and who always gave a funniest birthday cards. He is predeceased by his father, William D. Trinchitella and his four-legged long-time companion, Teddy. Bob is survived by his mother, Trudy Trinchitella; brothers Bill (Carol) Trinchitella, Tom Trinchitella, Frank Trinchitella; and sisters: Linda (Kevin) Weekes and Charlene (Jason) Packard in further to countless nieces and nephews.”
I usually spent an hour or so with Bob, and looked brazen to saying him again someday during a margin or during one of a bar meetings. Bob will be missed by us all. May God bless!
Below is an comment of a movement and some of a scenes on War Bird Day
Picture this… a 16″ indication P-51 is roughly out of control, well, incited out a commander was outa control.. The craft veers off course, goes behind a flight-line (OMG!!), dives towards a roof of Bob’s van, ricochets off a roof careening into Bob’s face. Talk about embarrassment! Everything is fine though. After all a apologies, we all had a good laugh!
Jerry’s small Pocket-Pooch, Natasha, looks on.
These small planes fly only like their large brothers!! AS3X creates a difference!
Bob enjoying a object and drifting his L-4