Robert "Bobby" William Stalcup

September 6, 1941January 8, 2021

Robert “Bobby” William Stalcup, age 79 of Arlington, passed away peacefully on January 8, 2021. He was born on September 6, 1941 in Dallas, Texas, the son of William H. Stalcup and Ann D. Attlesey Stalcup. Bobby married Elizabeth Kay Pettis on July 28, 1979 and they celebrated 40 years together before her passing on May 20, 2020.

Bobby worked for Martin Sprocket & Gear for many years and it was at a company banquet that he met his love, Kay. He retired in 2002 after 36 years of service. Bobby was an outdoorsman who enjoyed fishing, gardening, playing softball, and working on cars (especially his VWs). He also enjoyed traveling with his wife and going to casinos. His greatest time was spent with his family, all of who will miss him greatly.

Bobby is survived by his children Jeff Wellborn and wife Sarah, Wade Stalcup and wife Vikki, Amy Stalcup and fiancée Alex Rasmussen, grandchildren Sylvie Wellborn, Shawn Stalcup, and Rebecca Robinson; great grandson David Straker; sister Phyllis Dunn; niece Cathy Dunn; and many loving cousins. Bobby was preceded in death by his parents and with, Kay.

Cremation has taken place and a celebration of Bobby’s life will be held by his family at a later date.


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Robert "Bobby" William Stalcup

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Jim Harp

January 17, 2021

I have nothing but positive memories of Bob as a friend and fraternity brother at Alpha Sigma Chi and at Phi Delta Theta. He will be missed by all his brothers who had the good fortune to be in his presence.

Marcia Huckaby

January 16, 2021

I knew Bobby for many years. On of most vivid memories is seeing he and his friends come to church on Sunday evening. I would see him help throw papers with Kenneth Lucas our paper boy. That way they could get to the lake faster. I just talked to him before Christmas. He would talk about Kay and their life. He was always upbeat and positive. Bobby will be greatly missed and I am so glad he was a friend. Prayers for his family peace during this time and days ahead.

Jerry Walsh

January 15, 2021

Bob was one of the first guys that I met in Alpha Sigma Chi. He took a special interest in me when he found out I was from Archer City. He had family in Wichita Falls and knew about my home town. Bob was a good frat brother and friend. May he rest in peace.