Seventy years of silence passed before Robert shared his WWII stories in his legacy letter book with his wife, four sons, and their families. His sons chipped in to give him an opportunity to create a legacy letter book with Leah. Also shared were his childhood Brooklyn stories, perspectives from him and his wife about how they met and felt about each other, and stories about his pioneering career with AT&T. In addition to his legacy letter, Robert was surprised to find tributes from three generations of his family in the back of the book.