OBITUARY

Bobby Stamey

July 9, 1958November 29, 2018

Bobby Stamey, 60, went to be with the Lord on November 29, 2018. He is survived by his wife, Hong Stamey, daughter, Sally Lewis (Shawn), son, John Stamey (Regina), daughter, Betty Smith (Ricky), brothers; T. Scott Stamey and Charles Stamey, Jr., and sister, Linda Kay, grandchildren; Shawn Lewis Jr., Steven Lewis, Megan Chatman, Edward Smith, Caitlyn Stamey, Connor Stamey, and Calum Martin, and many aunts, uncles, and cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents, Charles Stamey Sr. and Peggy Stamey, and brother, J. David Stamey. A service will be held on Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 12:00pm at Forest Lawn West Funeral Home with Reverend Joel Jr. will be officiating. A visitation will be held one hour prior, at 11:00am.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, December 4, 2018
  • Memorial Service Tuesday, December 4, 2018
REMEMBERING

Bobby Stamey

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Patricia (Tricia)(Trish) Barnett

November 30, 2018

Bobby was my adopted big brother since I was 7 years old and we met and became like family when we moved to the river when we were small children. We have always loved and tried to take care of each other. He was a great man and I am proud to call him my big brother. For a while he was even our school bus driver. Scott(brother) and I got in a fight on the bus by their house and I got kicked off the bus and had to try and make it home about the same time as my sisters. That was fast run through the woods to try and meet up with them before they reached our house to try and not get in trouble. I got in big trouble anyways. He had to be fair and let my parents know what happened. He was looking out for all of us all the time even though we didn't always think he was. I love all of you! I will miss him tremendously! He was one of God's greatest blessings! My deepest condolences for all of the family and friends! God bless you all! <3

Sandra Kress

November 30, 2018

Bobby was a sweet loving person. He was like a big brother and he was very protective of those he loved. He came out to California, after we left North Carolina. I remember when he met and fell in love with Hong. What a blessing that was. We will miss him fiercely.
Fly high Bobby. We will always love you.

FROM THE FAMILY