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SRS activist shifts focus

...most of those meetings are: people who are highly in favor of what (SRS) is doing. But we needed his input," said Bob Overman, a retired chemist who spent three decades at the plant. "To get the pros and cons you need someone who's willing...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/07/01/met_210678.shtml
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Contaminated retiree unfazed

AIKEN - A speck of plutonium, smaller than the eye can see, is lodged inside Bob Overman's 73-year-old lung. He doesn't know how long it's been there or whether the radiation it emits every day has damaged...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/05/18/met_208496.shtml
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Filers can get free assistance with returns

...many or more tax returns this year. Volunteering has become a way of life for some members of the assistance program. Bob Overman, 83, said he started 23 years ago. He, like many other volunteers, is retired. Though many of them don't have...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/02/05/aik_52750.shtml
Volunteers give filing help

...professional tax preparers offer, organizers said. "We can get the same response time as anybody else," VITA volunteer Bob Overman said. Senior citizens can get help at AARP-sponsored sites. The Aiken County Public Library does electronic filings...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/02/05/bus_331511.shtml
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IRS honors Aiken group of volunteers

...the best way to (recruit volunteers) ... because it is a little more complicated than just wanting to do it." Bob Overman has been a VITA volunteer all 18 years that it's been in Aiken. "I enjoy it," Mr. Overman said. "There are...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/03/20/met_308578.shtml
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SRS activist shifts focus

...most of those meetings are: people who are highly in favor of what (SRS) is doing. But we needed his input," said Bob Overman, a retired chemist who spent three decades at the plant. "To get the pros and cons you need someone who's willing...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/06/30/met_210621.shtml
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Residents have say on waste plan

...facilities that cannot treat and store it themselves. "Not in my back yard" is a concept that doesn't sit well with Bob Overman, one of those people. He made his feelings known Monday at a public meeting in Augusta about Savannah River Site's...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1996/12/03/met_200876.shtml
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