Robert Lynn Ellis

January 25, 1953June 7, 2018
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Robert Lynn Ellis, 65, of Bryant,Ar. gained his Angel Wings June 7,2018 with his family by his side. He was born January 25,1953 in Richmond,Ca. to the late Ernest and Emmer G.Ellis.

Roberts passions included fishing, hunting, spending time with his family and puppies, but most of all riding his HARLEY.

Robert is survived by his loving wife of 47 years, Terri Lynn Ellis and daughter Brandi L. Ellis of Bryant. Four grandchildren, Brannon L. Ellis Jr. and wife Stephani, Arielle N. Ellis, Savannah G. Ellis and Josh Munson. Three great grandchildren and extended family and friends. He is preceded in death by his parents, brother, son Brannon Lynn Ellis Sr. and grandson Tanner Lynn Ellis.

Visitation is to be held Monday June 11 from 6pm - 8pm at Pinecrest Funeral Home & Memorial Park on Hwy. 5, Bryant, Ar. Graveside Service will be held on Tuesday June 12 at 10 am at Pinecrest Memorial.

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Terri Ellis

June 18, 2018

will never be the same without you here, holding hands, you wrapping your big arms around me and squeezing me tight, singing our special song to one another that we wrote many moons ago, and your soft lips to mine💋

SOUL MATES WE WERE, as teenagers we began our life together and made it ONE. Made alittle family and watched it grow.
Over the 47 year's of marriage you gave your all and protected me to the end. I will cherish "OUR MEMORIES" till we reunite once again in the "PROMISE LAND"

I know not having you with me will forever be many tears of sadness and heart aches. I then think of the joyful reunion your having with all the family but ESPICIALLY with "Our Son".

Knowing that Brandi and I whispered kind words into your ear was comforting....and I kissed your lips for the very last time, watching you take your last breathe was like ripping a piece of my heart❤ out, never wanting to let you go!

As I'm writing you this letter and my tears flowing down my cheeks, you will ALWAYS be in my HEART and SOUL till Jesus brings me home to you. As you always said to me "I'm not afraid to die,because I know where I'm going"..... save me a spot beside you baby💋

With All My Love💋

Joel Purvis

June 15, 2018

To share memories of Robert and I would take a lot more space than here, I've known Robert all my life. His Dad (my favorite uncle, his mom my favorite aunt . we had time in our lives of growing up together 2000 miles apart. His presents in my life has enriched it so much, When he came to Ca. we had so much fun at the lakes, the Bay, camping, the night life, just so much Can't touch on it all, A piece of me went with Robert, I will never Be the same . A friend, cousin, Brother. R.I.P. My little Brother. (Bubba Joe.)

Kim Cupples

June 14, 2018

I remember Mr. Ellis watching his baby girl performing and competing in Taekwondo. But I also remember going to the lake. He stayed in the water behind the boat with Hayley so she could learn to ski or tube or kneeboard. I think she was about 4. Then he ended up having another heart attack. We were all scared to death. Dwight remembers him telling him how to barbeque . He was such a sweet man. He loved his family so much. My prayers are with you.

Tina Johnson

June 14, 2018

Words cannot express the way my heart feels. I've known Robert and Terri every since 1994. Robert always had a kind word to say. He always had a smile on his face even if he didn't feel good. I knew him to be an awesome husband to Terri and an amazing father and grandfather. He will be missed by all who knew him. Take your rest on this side and rejoice with our Father in heaven. Continued prayers for strength and comfort to the Ellis Family...Love you

Billie Wallace

June 14, 2018

Robert is the (younger) brother I never had but always wanted. He was always quick to offer help or advice, and for that I am grateful. Our families bonded quickly, and we usually share Thanksgiving and Christmas meals and celebrations. I especially enjoyed his reaction to our silly holiday games. He was quick to laugh and add to the mischief, and we will always honor his memory and his love for family and friends. Our love for and bond with Terri, Brandi, and their extended family will always keep Robert close to our hearts. We will always have you with us in spirit, Robert.

Your Sweet Daughter

June 13, 2018

It just doesn't seem real :( I love you and will miss you so much. We have so many memories together but I am forever grateful that you are my father. We had the opportunity to spend the last year spending a lot more time together and that's something I will cherish. I was by your side every single day these last few weeks and I'm so grateful I could be there. One of the last things you said to me was "take care of your momma." I told you that you would be okay but I promised that I would do that and I will. You were very special to a lot of people and didn't even know. Give my brother a big hug for me and we will see you again. I love you Daddy 💗

Britni Cole

June 11, 2018

Robert, sweet, Robert! This man was a Daddy to me after I lost my own. Thank you, Brandi for sharing your Daddy! Robert was not only a Father figure but a life companion to one of the most incredible best friends I could dream of, Terri. I lived across the street from these two for about 5 years. I have many memories. One of the best memories is when Robert, "got to dancing." Both, his laugh and smile were infectious! Everyone danced! While dancing was a fantastic memory, sitting on the patio listening to some old school country music was nothing less than pure fun!! If there wasn't a smile on his face, you could see it in his eyes. Always.
Robert, thank you for your never ending hospitality and kindness. I love you and I am honored to have known you. Mostly, I feel grateful to be a part of your family.

Margaret Kesner

June 10, 2018

Robert was my helper from the minute my husband Tom and I moved next door. He came barefoot with Terry to our house to welcome us to the neighborhood, with a big bottle of wine. We enjoyed that wine with them on the patio. Robert was someone you could depend on, he was sweet and a real man. They don't make them like him anymore.

Jamye O’Rourke

June 9, 2018

We loved this man so much, our auction trips, road trips. Laughing so hard at silly stuff. We road the bikes to a little cafe and they would give you a little piece of cake as a bonus, we laughed about how small it was and he gave his piece to Peggy, well I said that’s not fair, the lady behind us got up and left her piece, I almost talked him into grabbing it, I guess you had to be there but just the looks on his face, it was so funny. Sitting around our fire pit, pondering life, and laughing, oh how we laughed.