robert brundage

Board of Community Relations meeting to honor Robert Brundage

The executives and members of the Board of Community Relations (BCR) voted unanimously to begin talks with organizations and friends of the late Dr. Robert Brundage to discuss ways in which his memory can be kept alive. Dr. Robert Brundage succumbed to injuries sustained in a robbery July 7, 2010. "Dr. Bob", as he was often referred to, was highly regarded in all circles of Toledo as an advocate for education, social justice, the environment, art, poetry, art and racial diversity.

Honoring Robert Brundage

There is a group of people coming up with ways to honor Robert Brundage and this is your opportunity to help out.


Facilitated by the Board of Community Relations, a group of individuals met Feb. 10 to discuss ways to honor the late Robert Brundage.
The group hopes to capture who Brundage was as an individual and find an appropriate way to honor him. Ideal recognition would “knit the community together.”
The group discussed a possible outdoor event at the Toledo Botanical Gardens, a scholarship to honor Brundage or a science lab to be named for him at Scott High School.

City of Toledo names bike path after Robert Brundage

In case you did not already see, the city is naming the bike path at Ottawa Park after Robert.

Toledo Mayor Carty Finkbeiner will dedicate the bike path that surrounds Ottawa Park at 1 p.m. July 24, to Robert Brundage, Toledo activist and avid bike rider.

Toledo Mayor Says Black Thug Was Having A Bad Moment!

Toledo Mayor Says Black Thug Was Having A Bad Moment!

Robert Brundage, an older white gentleman, was punched in the head and left for dead, his bicycle stolen by a 15 year black thug about 6:30 pm, June 22 in Toledo, Ohio. He remains in critical condition and his outcome unpredictable.

What was predictable was the enabling, liberal response:

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