Robert Inslerman


Saranac Lake, NY

  Marital Status Married
  Spouse:  Patricia
  Children: 2 daughters: 
 Rebecca 17 & Alexandra 14
  Grandkids: None 
  Occupation: Retired....but working part time as a limousine driver


Past Jobs
*Avis Rent-A-Car (college)
*Limousine driver (college)
*Wildlife Technician (summer job)Huntington Wildlife Forest: 1965
*Wildlife Technician (summer job)US FISH & Wildlife Service:1966
*Forester(civilian)US Army:1967-1968
*Wildlife biologist/manager (retired)NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation:  1968-2003
*Limousine DriveR;Majestic Limousine,Lake Placid, NY: 2004 - present
Past Residences:
               Paul Smith's, NY
               Newcomb, NY
               Seneca Falls, NY
               Ithaca, NY
               Ridge(Long Island), NY
               Lake Placid, NY
               Saranac Lake, NY
College/Schools: Paul Smith's College A.A.S.1965; Cornell University B.S.1967
Favorite Teacher(s):
Mr. Fressie and may-be Miss Richards
Other Activities: Fishing, hunting, trapping, gardening, making maple syrup, horseback riding.
Currently a member and officer in The Wildlife Society, an international organization of wildlife professionals; managers, biologists, researchers, academicians.  Working on a technical publication on the positive and negative impacts of feeding. wildlife.
I have many memories, more of which are surfacing as a result of Pauline's work. I think what really strikes me the most was the wonderful atmosphere of growing up in small town America in the late 50's and early 60's. Cambridge then, was a scene right out of a Norman Rockwell painting -
Memorial Day and 4th of July parades, the popcorn wagon in front of the old A&P, cub scouts, hay rides, a real 5 & 10 cents store, a soda fountain in the local drug store, Halloween and trick or treating when shaving cream was the weapon of the day. I think that part of Main Street was still
cobblestone. Summer vacations, in particular, were lots of fun: working in the hay fields, swimming in Hedges Lake getting horrific sunburns which was a badge of courage back then, trout fishing in the Battenkill River, going to Hathaway's Drive-in Theater outside of Hoosic Falls gorging on Coke
(which was not allowed at home) and french fries, little league baseball, riding my bike all over the place, attending the local county fair. Even attending summer school between my junior and senior year was a memorable experience.

As I look back, life seemed simpler then, much more carefree and less competitive relative to today.
Submitted: Friday, November 19, 2004

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