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Earthman Baytown Funeral Home

3919 Garth Road, Baytown, TX

OBITUARY

Bobby Louis SORENSON

November 21, 1943November 26, 2019

Bobby Louis SORENSON was born on November 21, 1943 and passed away on November 26, 2019.

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Wayne Zeagler

December 10, 2019

The Sorensons were wonderful neighbors to my grandparents on Long Meadow for many years. I always looked forward to seeing Bobby and hearing about his projects. When we both worked for GCCISD, I tried to make a point to visit with him if possible too. My thoughts & Prayers are with his family.

Larry Smith

December 9, 2019

Bobby was my “Little Brother” in the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity although he was a couple of years older. It must be noted that for a smooth running track star, he was the worst yet most enthusiastic dancer at our parties. We had more fun than should be allowed in college and stayed it touch through life. Bobby married a beautiful and gracious lady. He and Bea built a great family. Bobby was always ready to help whenever needed and always approached life with a positive attitude. He was a good man by
all standards. Phi Phi Ka little bro.

Leticia Torres

December 3, 2019

Mr. Sorenson was my 7th grade science teacher at Baytown Jr High. 2004. He sent me outside to the hall so many times 😂 but this man was my favorite teacher not only in jr high but in all my years of school. He was sooooo patient with all his students. I remember him and Mr Wallace (may he RIP as well) standing in the hallway after every class period waiting on everyone to get in and after school waiting on the bus to load. This truly hurts. He will be forever missed 💔

Verlene Masters

December 3, 2019

Working with Bobby at Baytown Junior School for several years was entertaining and calming. He told interesting/hilarious stories, was practical in dealing with students, and was a dedicated family man. We would sometimes get tickled by the fact he never really caught onto technology basics: how to turn on a computer; how to get to emails, respond, and send them; and how to get to the grade sheet program to input grades-no matter how many tutorials we gave him. He was endearing, so this was not a real problem for any of us. He was extremely frugal and was an expert at educating fellow teachers in how to plan for retirement from TRS. I still tell some of the funny things he did to my friends and family. He lives on in our hearts and in our memories. We are blessed to have known him.
You are all in our prayers.

Kathy Littlefield

December 3, 2019

Rob,

I just learned of your dad's passing. I am so sorry. He was an awesome guy. Did I ever tell you that he tutored me in math after he had recently moved to Baytown while I attended Lee College ? We remained family friends since then, and I always enjoyed it when we happened to run into one another so that we could catch up on everyone.

I will be checking the web site to see when his funeral will be. I definitely want to attend.

Love from my family and me.

Kathy Littlefield

Don Aguilar

December 3, 2019

knew Bobby since 1995,,we would engage in conversations about nearly everything from the ins and outs of types of flooring, about the best place to get parts for our Chevrolet pickups, he told me about Hendry's Paint and Body in Channelview that sold new take off wheels etc for Chevrolet!! Privilege and honor to have met him,,,I know he will be missed by all that knew him!

Sandra Miks

December 2, 2019

When I taught with Bobby at BJS, his stories were legendary!! He would get so tickled! He will be missed by all who knew him!

Michael Mihalik

December 2, 2019

Bobby was a great neighbor and friend for over thirty years. He took care of things when I was gone off backpacking and when Ike hit and tore my roof off while I was gone he got things cleaned up.
He left behind a wonderful family. Rest in peace my friend!

Karyn ELLIS

December 1, 2019

RIP Coach Sorenson. You received your wings, you are now flying around Heaven with all of Gods Angels. You were one of my favorite Teachers 9th grade year, at Lee High School, I often wondered if you waited for 2nd period to get your coffee. You would send me everyday to the Teachers Lounge, to get you a cup of coffee. Other students wanted to go, but you always sent me. I will never forget you telling me, ‘KARYN you know just how much coffee to put in this cup’, you had the biggest coffee cup ever lol .. I always filled your coffee cup up 3/4 full, and you would always say ‘KARYN you see the imaginary coffee line in my cup 😂 😊. Coach you will bd missed . RIP Coach, ..... RIP.. My prayers go out to Sorenson Family.

Irene Waggoner

December 1, 2019

Bobby and Bea were witnesses to our wedding in Galveston, almost 50 years ago, and friends ever since. Bobby had a huge heart, a bigger smile, and a delightful sense of humor, and had such a wonderful impact on students, friends, family -- everyone he met. Our hearts go out to each of you, and we wish the family strength and peace in knowing how very much Bobby was loved and appreciated. ~ Jerry and Irene Waggoner, and family