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Robert Lee Day

18 janvier 19407 juin 2021
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Robert Lee Day born January 18, 1940, joined his one true love, Sharon on June 7, 2021. Robert, Bob, Dad, Pops or as some of you know Old Raisin lived a wonderful life. He is survived by a sister, Cheryl and husband, Al Dobbs; a brother, Ken; a daughter, Kelly and two sons, Mike and his wife, Debbie and Wade and his wife, Mandy. Bob and Sharon were loved by their eight grandkids, Robert, Jamie, Lissa, Rachel, Casey, Kyla, Mason and Kylee, they also had thirteen great grandchildren, Kristen, Taylor, Logan, Holden, Jemma, Caston, Grayson, Blakelynn, Loralie, Jack, Cali and Clair. Bob had a deep love of fishing, Cheetos, and Steak N Shakes. He was social, funny, and always had a smile and something nice to say to the ladies.

He retired from the Air National Guard and he had tons of stories. From taking all the young men’s money in poker to fishing everyday while TDY in Canada. Those men and women he served with were very special to him.

To his sons, he was amazing as there was almost nothing he couldn’t do. He was the best dad and was their best friend. To all of you who had the pleasure of knowing Bob, I hope you share the best of memories and celebrate with us as he reunites with his wonderful wife, fishing everyday being in the presence of his Heavenly Father. Funeral service will be 10 a.m., Friday, June 11 at McConnell Funeral Home Chapel in Greenwood with burial and military honors at the U.S. National Cemetery in Fort Smith. Viewing will be Thursday from 1 – 7 p.m. at the funeral home, where the family will visit with friends from 5 – 7 p.m. Pallbearers will be Mike Day, Wade Day, Dennis Perryman, Bryan Wells, Kevin Henry and Curt Dieter. Honorary pallbearers will be Wardell Locklear, Shawn Williams, Al Dobbs, Gary Skelton, Ken Day, Robert Day and Mason Day.

  • FAMILLE

  • Mr. Day is survived by a sister, Cheryl and husband, Al Dobbs; a brother, Ken; a daughter, Kelly and two sons, Mike and his wife, Debbie and Wade and his wife, Mandy. Bob and Sharon were loved by their eight grandkids, Robert, Jamie, Lissa, Rachel, Casey, Kyla, Mason and Kylee, they also had thirteen great grandchildren, Kristen, Taylor, Logan, Holden, Jemma, Caston, Grayson, Blakelynn, Loralie, Jack, Cali and Clair.
  • PORTEURS

  • Mike Day
  • Wade Day
  • Curt Dieter
  • Bryan Wells
  • Kevin Henry
  • Dennis Perryman
  • Ken Day, Honorary
  • Al Dobbs, Honorary
  • Mason Day, Honorary
  • Robert Day, Honorary
  • Gary Skelton, Honorary
  • Shawn Williams, Honorary
  • Wardell Locklear, Honorary

Services

  • Viewing

    jeudi, 10 juin , 2021

  • Family Visitation

    jeudi, 10 juin , 2021

  • Funeral Service

    vendredi, 11 juin , 2021

Souvenirs

Robert Lee Day

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ENVOYEZ CONDOLEANCES
Kandis Hunsucker

18 juin , 2021

Sad news to receive about Bob. I loved to ask him "What about Bob ?" each time I would see him at Judy's- then of course the stories began. He was a sweetheart! Belated condolences due to being on vacation. Prayers for all.🙏

Randy Barentine

10 juin , 2021

It was an Honor to have known Bob and Sharon. Two of the Most Wonderful people who Truely loved each other. They both were always so Pleasant to meet out in town, Always so Happy. I had the pleasure of getting to know Mr. Day from the many projects he would complete around the base. He was amazing to watch the task he performed with equipment. He was fun to listen to and just so kind hearted. Someone you want to be like! God, Please comfort this Family during this Time.
Randy Barentine
Retired 188th

Ward & Star Locklear

9 juin , 2021

Mike, Wade and family
Our hearts break . May our Lord be with you all at this difficult time.
We have so many Great memories of your Dad and Moms friendship over the years. Our friends, church friends, lunch buddies and camping buddies what more could we ask for, we were truly blessed.
May God be your strength .
Love you all

Amber Gamez-Smith

9 juin , 2021

Uncle Bob was such a sweetheart and will be missed dearly. So sorry for your loss but he is in heaven with his soulmate

mike dieter

9 juin , 2021

So sorry to hear the news. Bob was a great man ,he will be greatly remembered by all.I send prayers for all

Lissa Day

8 juin , 2021

I love you Grandpa!!!!!

Love Always,
Lissa

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Biographie

Robert Lee Day born January 18, 1940, joined his one true love, Sharon on June 7, 2021. Robert, Bob, Dad, Pops or as some of you know Old Raisin lived a wonderful life.

He is survived by a sister, Cheryl and husband, Al Dobbs; a brother, Ken; a daughter, Kelly and two sons, Mike and his wife, Debbie and Wade and his wife, Mandy. Bob and Sharon were loved by their eight grandkids, Robert, Jamie, Lissa, Rachel, Casey, Kyla, Mason and Kylee, they also had thirteen great grandchildren, Kristen, Taylor, Logan, Holden, Jemma, Caston, Grayson, Blakelynn, Loralie, Jack, Cali and Clair.

Bob had a deep love of fishing, Cheetos, and Steak N Shakes. He was social, funny, and always had a smile and something nice to say to the ladies.

He retired from the Air National Guard and he had tons of stories. From taking all the young men’s money in poker to fishing everyday while TDY in Canada. Those men and women he served with were very special to him.

To his sons, he was amazing as there was almost nothing he couldn’t do. He was the best dad and was their best friend. To all of you who had the pleasure of knowing Bob, I hope you share the best of memories and celebrate with us as he reunites with his wonderful wife, fishing everyday being in the presence of his Heavenly Father.

Funeral service will be 10 a.m., Friday, June 11 at McConnell Funeral Home Chapel in Greenwood with burial and military honors at the U.S. National Cemetery in Fort Smith. Viewing will be Thursday from 1 – 7 p.m. at the funeral home, where the family will visit with friends from 5 – 7 p.m.

Pallbearers will be Mike Day, Wade Day, Dennis Perryman, Bryan Wells, Kevin Henry and Curt Dieter. Honorary pallbearers will be Wardell Locklear, Shawn Williams, Al Dobbs, Gary Skelton, Ken Day, Robert Day and Mason Day.