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Pat H. Foley & Company

1200 West 34th Street, Houston, TX

OBITUARY

Bobbie Jean Comer

11 June, 19326 January, 2020

Bobbie Jean Comer, 87, of Houston, Texas passed away on Monday, January 6, 2020. Bobbie was born June 11, 1932 in El Dorado, Arkansas.

Bobbie was raised in Tomball, Texas. She worked for T.J. Bettis and Lomas and Nettelton Mortgage Company for many years and later retired from HISD Waltrip High School Main Office after 30 years. Bobbie served for many years at Baptist Temple in the Houston Heights and later moved membership to Lazybrook Baptist Church where she has served her community for the past 12 years. She was also a volunteer for the Memorial Northwest Medical Center for the past 12 years.

Bobbie was preceded in death by her husband Ralph Comer and her parents Christopher Steve Adams Sr. and Arminda Lee Tanner Adams. She is survived by her daughter Kim Comer, son Jeff Comer (Arlene), grandchildren; Chas Brown (Sean), Jesse Shaw (Kathy), Amy Kilham (Toby), great-grandchildren; Chloe, Noah, Briel, Emri, and Hazen, great-great-grandchild; Everly, along with her two brothers, Major General Retired Christopher Steve Adams Jr. (Ailene), and Obie Lee Adams (Martha), along with numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.

A visitation will be held Friday, January 17, 2020 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Pat H. Foley & Company, 1200 West 34th Street, Houston, Texas 77018. A funeral service will be Saturday, January 18, 2020 at 11:00 AM at Lazybrook Baptist Church, 1822 West 18th Street, Houston, Texas 77008 with a luncheon to immediately follow. A committal service will be Saturday, January 18, 2020 at 1:30 PM at Earthman Resthaven Cemetery, 13102 North Freeway, Houston, Texas 77060.

In lieu flowers please contribute to an Alzheimer's/Caregiver's association and/or Cancer Research.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, 17 January , 2020
  • Funeral Service Saturday, 18 January , 2020
  • Funeral Service Saturday, 18 January , 2020
  • Committal Service Saturday, 18 January , 2020
  • Committal Service Saturday, 18 January , 2020

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Natalie Bartoo

19 January 2020

Oh how the world will miss sweet Bobbie!!! She was a pistol, a firecracker, a ball of laughter, a precious encourager, a wise woman of the Lord, an accomplice 😁, a bright light, a singer, a strong lady, a baby rocker, a giver, a welcoming and loving spirit, and I adored her!!! She was like a surrogate grandmother to me and my sister and we just loved her! I am so grateful to have known her, loved her and been loved by her. I know she is at home and at peace with her Savior and so many loved ones and friends and her beloved Ralph. I look forward to seeing what shenanigans she has gotten into in heaven and being reunited with "toot-bug!!". ❤️. So thankful my baby was once held by those precious arms, like sooo many other babies!!!

Jenise Cronan

18 January 2020

Bobbie Comer was one of the most special ladies at Baptist Temple. A great supporter, a wonderful friend, and a workaholic! . Bobbie always volunteered to help anyone- a true servant! Her laugh was contagious! Her smile-always an encouragement! Jerry and I have such fond memories of Bobbie and the entire family. Our prayers are with you. We know she had the biggest smile on her face when she walked through those pearly gates ...and saw her Savior and Ralph and all her BT friends!
All our love and prayers!
Jerry and Jenise Cronan

Ray & Ruth Dittmar

18 January 2020

Kim and Jeff: After 40 plus years of happy neighborliness, we share your grief at Bobbie's passing.

Aleta Woods

18 January 2020

I remember Bobbie and Ralph when I was a child. They were in my grandparents’ Sunday School Department at Baptist Temple. Bobbie always had that beautiful smile and greeted everyone as if they were her best friend. Years later, I would see her at Memorial Hermann Northwest Hospital (now Greater Heights) where she served as a volunteer. My parents were frequent flyers there and often as I went in the doors, Bobbie was at the information desk with her smile and warm greetings. Kim and family, may your memories of Bobbie help you through these days. We look forward to seeing Bobbie in Heaven because she knew Him as her personal Savior and His love flowed through her to others.

Jerry & Rita Ladd

17 January 2020

Bobbie was one of the most wonderful people in our lives. She was a Sunday School Teacher extraordinaire, a fine example of a Christian wife & Mother and loved by all. She was a good and faithful friend to the very end. She will be missed, but we know we will see her again some day in Heaven.

Patty Barberi

14 January 2020

Our condolences to the family. Bobbie was an amazing person, always had a smile on her face. She will be greatly missed. Blessings.

Colleen Toepfer

13 January 2020

Kim and Family, I am really glad that I got to meet your Mom Bobbie when Kim was living in Port Orchard. Bobbie touched so many lives and even though I did not get to know her more, I feel I knew her from everything Kim shared with us on Facebook.
I am really sorry for all of your loss and now she is with our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, and in no more pain or mental anguish.
Kim you are the best daughter a Mother could ever have. Your love and compassion and your loving care of your Mom was beautiful! The good times you shared with your Mom Bobbie before she started to deteriorate will be time you cherish. Some people don’t get the opportunity to say the things they wanted to or spend the time they wanted to before their loved one passes. I love you Kim and My thoughts and prayers are with all of you! God bless! ❤️🤗🙏🏻

Jeanne Fraley

10 January 2020

Bobbie’s smile was contagious and her hugs warm. I thank God for her ability to share His love to each person she met. My condolences to Kim, Jeff, and family. I know she will always be part of each of you.

Sylvia & Craig Landry/Bolden

10 January 2020

Our Dear Friend and Neighbor Bobbie: it was a joy and a pleasure to be your neighbor for so many years. Timbergrove will miss you as well as your many close neighbors. You were always there for any of us when we needed help. Your giving heart will be missed. Rest in peace.

Peggie & Terry Harrison

10 January 2020

Bobbie was what you think of when you think how a Christian should be - smiling, helpful, faithful, kind, fun and loving. Have sweet memories of her at Baptist Temple. Prayers for Kim, Jeff and all of the family. Don't you know she and Ralph are enjoying seeing each other.

FROM THE FAMILY