Pinecrest Funeral Home & Memorial Park

7401 Highway 5 N, Alexander, AR


Robert Floyd Bland

November 1, 1944March 11, 2020

Robert Floyd Bland, age 75, of Conway received his wings and went to his heavenly home March 11, 2020. Bob is preceded in death by his Mother, Katharyn Bell Bland; his Father, Floyd Thomas Bland; his Uncle Bob Bell; and his Sister-In-Law, Iva Estelle Bland. He leaves to cherish his memories: Brother, James Thomas Bland. Nephew, David Bland. Great Nephew, James Adam Bland, his Wife, Ashley and Son, James Cole. Wife, Beverly Ann Bland. Children: Gina Witonski and her Husband, Wes Brown; Brenton Witonski, his Wife, Deborah. Grand Children: Keily Brown, Andrea Witonski, Jonah Witonski, Lilliann Witonski, and Michael Witonski. Our friend Susie Goal. Bob attended Fellowship Bible Church in Conway. He enjoyed a career in a multitude of sales venues, had a passion for fishing, owned and operated Fishin' Critters Bait Company until it sold in 2008, and totally loved his current furr babies, Rascal and Sophie. The family will have a small graveside service at Pinecrest Memorial Park in Alexander, AR on Monday, March 16, 2020. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider a donation in Bob's honor to your favorite animal shelter or charity.


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Lori Gatmaitan

March 16, 2020

Beverly - I know that God is taking care of Bob and filling him with love. Bob will forever be in your heart and watching over you. Love always my friend, Lori

Betty (Bland) Sanders

March 15, 2020


I was so sorry to read of Bob’s passing. My prayers are with you and the family.
He was a wonderful person.


Michael Snipes

March 14, 2020

It is with sadness that we learned of Bob's passing. He was a very quiet and sociable young man and a member of the Little Rock Central High School class of 1962. We remember him as a kind and generous student and I believe I recall seeing him at our 55th class reunion. Our thoughts and prayers go to his loved ones, and our class feels deeply his loss.

Mike Snipes
LRCHS Class of 1962