OBITUARY

Bobby Anderson Ware

September 21, 1938October 21, 2021

Bobby Anderson Ware, 83, of Lookout Mountain, TN, passed away on Thursday, October 21, 2021

Bobby worked as a Chemical Specialist, also Engineer and a Photographer. He was a veteran of the United States Army.

Bobby was preceded in death by his wife Lorraine Ware; son Jeffery Parks.

Bobby is survived by his granddaughter Jasmine Robinson; grandson- in – law Brett Robinson; great-grandson Oakley Robinson.

In lieu of flowers, please make the honorary donations to American Red Cross.

A committal service for Bobby will be held Monday, October 25, 2021 from 10:30 AM to 11:00 AM at Chattanooga National Cemetery, 1200 Bailey Avenue, Chattanooga, TN 37404.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.advantagefranklin-strickland.com for the Ware family.

Arrangements entrusted to Advantage Funeral & Cremation Services Franklin -Strickland Chapel, 1724 McCallie Avenue, Chattanooga, TN, 37404, 423-265-4414. Please visit our website to share your memories: www.advantagefranklin-strickland.com

Services

  • Committal Service

    Monday, October 25, 2021

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Tajuana Sterling

October 29, 2021

Mr. Ware was my father's good friend. They would go out to lunch or sit around watching old cowboy movies etc. They loss touch with each over the last two years mainly due to their ages. He just asked me about Mr. Ware a few days before he passed.

So sorry to hear about your loss Jasmine.

Matilda Green

October 23, 2021

I'm a college student and I worked at Thrive and cared for Bobby this summer. As it was just my summer job, I didn't think my work would create such deep relationships, but Bobby and a few others proved me wrong.
I was so happy to see him every morning because he would say such kind words to me and tell me to have a good day, even if I was coming right back to clean his room. He would tell me that he thought I was funny and I told him that I thought he was much funnier than I was. In the end, we concluded that we just cracked each other up. I would sit with him on Sundays when not much was going on and eat peanut butter crackers with him and learn about his life. We talked about Jesus a lot.
When I bought my first car at the end of the summer, I told him about it and he always remembered to talk about it with me. He told me he wanted to check it out for me so he walked outside and patted the edges of my new Forerunner and told me it was good. That was one of my favorite memories because I felt honored that he wanted to check it out. I really miss his laugh and his sweet words. I can't believe I was lucky enough to have a friendship with him in the last season of his long life.

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