Senator Nancy Baker
SENATOR NANCY KASSEBAUM BAKER, Kansas
I think Bob should be remembered for having achieved a lot, and maybe ultimately it might not be the small legislative things or the leadership that he’s given, as being who he is as a mentor to others that followed. I’m not sure people really think about it that much, but if you go to the Dole Institute and, I think, see what he has done in keeping alive a certain memory of the World War II and those years, and what he himself overcame, that’s a legacy in and of itself. It should be an inspiration. I believe that he always felt strongly about public service. But for me, I think what I would remember most is again, as I said, his dedication and determination to really achieve to do something that he believed to be worthwhile.