Robert E. Rambusch has lived in Greenwich Village since 1945. He is a veteran of World War II and before his marriage lived in his parent’s home at 19 Washington Square North while working as an artist in the family business on West 13th Street. His wife Nancy was an educator and the couple was swept into the political fervor of the 1960s. After living in a number of apartments in the Village Bob bought his father’s apartment at One Fifth Avenue where he still works as a consultant on stained glass windows and mosaics. According to Bob, Greenwich Village is a haven for creative people and the only place to live if you want to stay young.