Bob Chapman Passes Away At 76

(FEDERALJACK)   It is with a heavy heart I bring you the news of Bob Chapman’s passing.  He passed away on June 4th 2012. Bob you were true legend and you have undoubtedly left your mark on history.  I am glad I got the chance to talk to you while being a guest on the Alex Jones radio show last year. Fair Winds and Following Seas soldier.

Below is the obituary from the funeral home:

 

Robert “Bob” John Chapman, age 76, of Winter Haven, FL (formally of Mexico) died Monday, June 4, 2012 due to pancreatic cancer. He was born October 16, 1935 in Boston, MA the son of John Chapman and Ruth Donley Chapman. Bob was a veteran of the US Army, a writer of a news letter discussing finances and economics and a regular radio commentator discussing politics as well as economics and finances. Most of his working life he served as a stock broker.
Bob is survived by his wife, of 47 years, Judith “Judy” Dabrowski Chapman, son: Robert Michael Chapman, daughter: Jenifer Gillotti and her husband Matt, sisters: Dorothy Trecker and Joan Lotz and 4 grandchildren.
Committal services are Wednesday, June 6, 2012 at 1:00pm at Glen Abbey Memorial Gardens, Auburndale, FL.
Condolences may be sent to the family at:

Below is a letter from Bob’s daughter Jeni about what has been going on behind the scenes over the past few months:

June 2, 2012
Dear Friends,

My name is Jeni and I am Bob and Judy Chapman’s daughter. Over the past months many of you have emailed Bob and Judy concerning my fathers health and his replies have been very vague. Some people have been talking on the radio and Bob feels you deserve to hear everything so you know the truth.

In January 2012 Bob went to a medical doctor and had tests and CT scans done, Bob was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer that had already metastasized to his liver, he was not a candidate for surgery or radiation therefore Bob chose to try alternative treatments, many of which came via email from his many friends and followers. During these treatments he was not seen by medical doctors. He was led to believe that the cancer was being arrested. I noticed, as many of you did from listening to Bob on the radio that his voice had changed and something was wrong. Bob continued to say that he was just tired and he would be back to himself soon. My dad did not even tell me what was going on, but like allot of you I could tell something was wrong. When I asked my mom, she struggled not to say anything, as directed by Bob.

At the end of April I booked a flight to go see my parents and what was going on with Bobs’ health because now my concern was great as he was no longer acting like himself. I phoned Bob’s business partner, Victor Hugo, to arrange for him to pick me up from the airport. While on the phone I asked how Judy was doing and Victor stated that they had just admitted her to the hospital, she had a brain aneurism due to the stress of the situation I was about to face. Finding out that way was disheartening but I arrived at Bob and Judy’s house the day Judy returned from the hospital. Thank the Lord, she was alright and is on medication now.

Once I saw my dad I cried. He had lost 70 pounds and was very weak. His business partner was in charge of both Bob and Judy’s care. There was no food in the house, only fruits, vegetables, and chicken broth which they were feeding Bob on the direction from the person in charge of the alternate therapy he chose. My mother did not drive so she relied on Victor to get what they needed.

My dad has been type 2 diabetic for a number of years and so I checked his blood sugar and it was almost 400, a normal adult should be around 100. I explained this to Victor and Bob, along with the fact that Bob needed to be consuming calories, water, taking insulin, and walking. Bob was very dehydrated and malnourished.

Next, I called a medical doctor I personally know where they lived and arranged for him to supply Bob with a calorie drip, and insulin. Then I reviewed Bobs condition with the alternative therapist and Victor and they both assured me that Bob was getting better, even though they had no proof because Bob had not seen a medical doctor since January and therefore had received no more CT scans. He did have blood work taken, from his home, and sent out to the lab by Victor, however that showed the cancer count going down. Victor tried to tell my friend the medical doctor that my dad did not need the drip without my knowledge, however the doctor approached me to confirm this and I made sure that Bob got what he really needed to improve his health and return my parents to the states. It took me 2 ½ weeks to build Bob’s strength and weight (he gained 6 pounds) to allow him to fly back.

Upon arrival, I brought Bob to a Radiological Oncologist to review his blood work and scans. The Oncologist asked my dad about his treatments since January and Bob proceeded to explain them and ended with his comment that the cancer in his pancreas was arrested. The doctor was in awe, and informed Bob that he was gravely mistaken. The Oncologist had printed out Bob’s CT scans and showed and explained them to Bob. The cancer in his pancreas in January was only 1 inch by 2 ½ inches and now was 5 inches by 7 inches. The cancer cells in the liver began as 2 spots in January, and were now 4 times as large. He also informed us that the monthly blood results supplied by Victor could not be Bob’s. He said “This blood work does not match your scans.” Bob was devastated, to think that he was betrayed by the man he worked with and trusted for 10 years. This Oncologist stated that Bob was not a candidate for radiation and referred us to a Medical Oncologist.

After Bob’s appointment with the Medical Oncologist, blood work and a PET scan was ordered and Bob was scheduled to have a port put in for fluids, blood work, and any future treatment of the cancer. The next couple of days Bob and Judy relaxed with family by going out shopping and hitting some golf balls. Bob spoke to some people on the phone and did some dictation with me for the upcoming IF. Bob also, as always continued to personally respond to all of your emails. My dad loved being on the radio and writing the IF.

On Tuesday, May 22nd Bob went in for his pre-op appointment at the hospital and everything went well, when we returned home he was tired so he took a nap, I told him I would wake him for lunch. At 1:30, when I went to wake him, he could not stand on his own. I took him to the emergency room. Around 11pm he was transferred to ICU and we learned the severity of my dad’s condition.

We learned: Bob has had a urinary tract infection for so long that it had infected his blood, his blood sugar was still very high, his blood pressure was so low that they needed to give him the maximum amount of medicine just to get his blood pressure up to 90/50. He had one blood clot in his right leg and multiple in his left. His kidneys were beginning to fail and his liver was already not working. We all were surprised because we had no idea Bob had this many underlying conditions. Because of the blood clots and cancer, his platelet count was 27 and his white blood cell count was low. The doctors could not insert the MediPort, a TP line, or stints for his liver and filters for his blood clots because of the possibility of him bleeding out during these procedures, or even being able to recover. While in ICU Bob called and said good bye to his sisters and childhood friends that he was still in contact with.

On Monday, May 28th, we brought him home where he spends his days with his immediate family. My mother has been seen by a physician here and her blood pressure is being controlled.

Bob has not spoken to his partner, Victor. We have tried to contact him by phone and email and he has not responded. He controlled everything for Bob and Judy, from their accounts to the IF website. This is why you all received this week’s IF via email. We have been told by Bob and Judy’s previous neighbors, that someone has gone into their home and removed their furniture and belongings. Neither Bob nor Judy will return there, they will remain with me and my family in the states.
Bob wants the IF to continue so we will do our best to bring you editorials from various individuals that share Bob’s views. We are working on a new site address and email, as Victor is in control of the current one. As soon as we re-launch the IF, we will email everyone. Please keep your eyes open for this email as there will be many changes coming.

Thank you for the emails of love, prayers, concerns, and stories. There is nothing more rewarding then to read or talk to you and hear how my father has touched your life. I read them to my dad or relay the conversations I have had with some of you. It makes me cry, not in sorrow, but in joy because I am so proud of my father. He is such a compassionate man willing to help everyone from a 10 year old that needed soccer cleats, to a 70 year old couple that needed advice on their retirement. Over the years, he personally responded to everyone he could. Those are some shoes to fill, but we are willing to try.

I hope you will continue to support the IF and keep Bob’s dream alive.

Thank you,

Jenifer

Link To The Letter Posted On Google Docs

13 Responses to Bob Chapman Passes Away At 76

  • A good, decent man who will be much missed. Good luck to his family.

    Raven

  • I am deeply sorry for the loss of Bob Chapman, he was truly an American hero. As a note to Jeni, although it is obvious that Bob’s medical treatment was inappropriate, my father also died 6 months after being diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer even though he received standard allopathic treatments he still lived though 6 months of pure hell. God bless.

  • Sorry, Jen! I just lost my Dad to Pancreatic Cancer, too. I empathise with you. Hang in there!!

  • Every american who can still read, and has at least a 75 IQ better go back and read
    some of Bob Chapmen’s articles. YOU WILL NOT LEARN ANYTHING IN THE IVY LEAGUE

  • Luke 23:42:And he said unto Jesus, Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom.
    43 And Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto thee, Today shalt thou be with me in paradise.
    Semper Fi, Bob Chapman, from a fellow patriot and a Marine.

  • Bob woke us up to many things he was a very knowledgeable man and we were lucky he choose to share it with us. He will be missed. It is always sad when we loose a fellow Freedom Lover. RIP Bob

  • Oh, it broke my heart to hear of his passing. And now to know under what circumstances too… I am so sorry Jenifer. Your Dad was awesome !
    I pray for you and your Mom as she continues to recover. You sound as sweet as your Dad , keep up the good fight !!

  • I am sorry this happened. I had no idea what was going on. He will be missed.

  • What a man! I first heard Bob on the Alex Jones show and I was in awe of his knowledge. I want his family know that Bob was admired by the many people who listened to him on the radio. My prayer is that God will somehow comfort all of you in this time of turmoil. All the very best to you Bob.

    Signed a retired US Army veteran who loves my Country like Bob did and wants it to become free and prosperous once again.

  • It is with a heavy heart to hear of this news of Bob’s passing. I subscribe to the channels that had him on their shows and listened to them daily. Bob was a great man of knowledge and experience, and I have learned a lot from him. He will be missed!

    My condolences to his family and friends…

  • Victor Hugo needs to be informed that his agenda was all but in vain, for I understand from my occasional visits that ice water in Hell is $3,000,000.00 a drop.

  • He will be missed..

  • Welll unfortunately by the sounds of it bob didnt have to many choices left to deal witht the cancer.they wouldnt do chemo or radiation because the cure would have killed him so he went the alternate .I had radiation my self and had to have my right kidney removed from mass renial carcinoma .The doctor said that if that had spread from my kidney that chemotherapy wouldnt work and the cancer would spread through my body .He said thier is no known cure for cancers like that but that the medical industry will charge you tens of thousands of dollars in medical fees to give you a false hope .He said in his opinion that over 70% of serious cancer that have spread that chemotherapy doesn’t prevent the persons death from it . He said in many cases it actually shortens the person life conciderably . Bob will be very much missed.I wish he would have let the public know about it or had a last special message made so when he did die it would address his radio show followers . Im also sad that we didnt get a last radio broadcast from Bob, even if it was a quick 5 minute from his hospital bed telling us to unite and get ready because its coming .But i understand the condition of him declined rather rapidly .Bob did much for a great many of people .He will be sorely missed for a very long time ,no doubts about that .Im mad at this victor guy if that information is indeed true, looks like he was getting himself in place to get some benefit and cleaning out their place of furnature while they were gone is like vultures at a feast .Bob, Im humbly sorry you missed out on the fun were going to be haveing in the next 6th month to a year, but you will really only be missing out on termoil, stress, fiancial downturns and possability of a greater War . May you rest in Peace as eventually we will be going to the grave as well and in this life you can only leave with love and what you did for other people .You will be missed my friend !!

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