OBITUARY

Bobby C. McMillan

June 25, 1947October 13, 2018
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Bobby Cloys McMillan was born on June 25, 1947 to Martha Marie Woody and Cloys Eugene McMillan. He went to school in Cross Plains, TX and played football, baseball and was also in the band. He worked at JRB grocery store where he met his wife Lavaughn Darnell who had just returned from Japan in 1967, where her dad had been stationed for the last 4 years. They were married on July 16, 1968. Bobby and Lavaughn were married for 50 years and 3 months. They had three children, Timothy Sean McMillan, Carmen Miya Baidas, and Michael Cloys McMillan. Sean is deceased but leaves behind 6 children; Kelsey Brooke McDaniel, Brittany Ashton McDaniel and Landon Garrett McDaniel of Springfield, MO, Greyson McAllister Nursick of Dallas and Kameron Blackwell and Kyler Sean of Abilene. Carmen has two children; Kristen Nicole Dunn of Kansas City, KS and Kara No’ell Lay of Venus, TX. Michael has two daughters; Savannah Kaylee and Kendall Renee of Port Arthur. Bobby has two great-grandsons; Greyson Sean Thomas Piper son of Kelsey McDaniel and grandson of Sean McMillan; and Tyree Khalil Lewis son of Kara Lay and grandson of Carmen Baidas. Bobby has one brother, Pete Barber of Abilene and wife, Marilyn and they have two sons, Matthew and Scott also of Abilene. Bobby also has two sisters, Taunia of California and Vicky of Arizona and Mindy Cripps and Mandy of California as well as multiple nieces and nephews.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, October 15, 2018
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, October 16, 2018
REMEMBERING

Bobby C. McMillan

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Clay Wade

October 17, 2018

Bobby and I go way back to the early 90's when we worked together at Brenntag Southwest (formerly Delta Distributors.) I always looked forward to my trips to Abilene and the opportunity to see my friend and colleague. We had fun playing golf after work. He introduced me to Joe Allen's steaks which were unbelievable. Bobby was a great man in more ways than one. He was a fantastic asset to the company but was an even better friend, mentor, husband and father. I am saddened to hear of his passing but know that he is in a better place, with family members who have gone on before him and our Lord. Prayers of comfort for you, Bobby's Family, and blessings always.

Clay

Sharion Stansbury Fry

October 15, 2018

As a member of the Cross Plains High School class of 1965, I have many fond memories of Bobby and his sweet smile. I will lift you, his loved ones, up with prayer. I am so sorry to hear about his passing. May you take comfort knowing that his mother welcomed him with a smile and hug.

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