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Rest In Peace Bobby!


Posted by: Vickue Stewart - Allen - Friend   Dec 15, 2020

Lucky and I remember Bobby from Cornerstone Baptist Church. We loved watching him play the drums during the worship service and the big hugs he gave when we welcomed the guests and visited with fellow members. His smile is the one thing we remembered most. Our love and prayers go out to Bobby's family during this time, but we know we will see Bobby again. Lucky and Lisa Turner


Posted by: Lisa Turner - Kaufman, TX - Friend   Dec 14, 2020

I'm one of Bobby's donut shop friends. He'll always be in my thoughts. Sorry for your loss.


Posted by: Rick Jackson - Houston, TX - Friend   Dec 13, 2020

I won't be there with all of you for Bobby and Jason's homegoing but know that you all are in our hearts forever and always. My beautiful memories of them will continue to light up dark days. I want to remember them as I last saw them - alive, vibrant and full of smiles. Hugs to all of you who loved them beyond measure.


Posted by: Debbie Wright - Sachse, TX - friend   Dec 13, 2020

MISS ROOM LOVES YOU BOBBY. I WII MISS FUSSING WITH YOU. JASON YOU WAS ALWAYS SO SWEET. I KNEW YOU HAD A KIND HEART.


Posted by: Diann Mathews - Plano, TX - Friend   Dec 13, 2020

I love me some Bobby G.. What a mountain of a man. Almost every time I talked to Bobby he always prayed for me. What a blessing he was to me . I still think my brisket was better !!!! I will always miss you but I will see you soon !!


Posted by: Kenneth HENDERSON - Rowlett, TX - Brother   Dec 12, 2020

Dear Sweet Debbie and Bobby. We are so sorry for your loss. I know your faith will carry you through. So many memories over the years. We love yall and are praying for your strength.


Posted by: cathy Humphreys - Allen, TX - Friend   Dec 12, 2020

Bobby lived next door to us for a while.In the shot time we knew him he was always joking and telling funny story of his various daily experiences.we often shared cook out and fellowship with him.My family my Wife Debbie as well as the Wright family is so very sorry to hear of Bobby and his son Jason passing.God be with his Wife Debbie and love ones.


Posted by: Bill and Debbie Wright - Neighbor   Dec 12, 2020

Life is often difficult! I want you to know that I am here always to listen and to comfort or just take a walk. Life can seem so unfair at times, an we cannot understand the reason for this. Perhaps to know I care will ease your pain a little. REMEMBER THIS TOO SHALL PASS.
Annie Wilhite-Williams


Posted by: Annie Williams - Wylie, TX - Friend   Dec 11, 2020