OBITUARY

Bobby Jack McClure

July 12, 1931January 11, 2021

Bobby Jack McClure, 89 of Colorado City passed away peacefully with his loving family by his side January 11, 2021. Bobby was born in Henderson Chapel, Texas July 12, 1931 to John Payne McClure and Essie Lee Corbell McClure. Bobby was known as a hard worker and held high expectations for everyone that worked with him to always give 100%. He held many jobs and was self-employed most of his life. He was a Rancher, fence builder. He also owned and operated the Colorado City Auction Barn in Colorado City, Texas and Cotton Seed Delinting Plant in Big Spring, Texas where he worked with his employees, and expected them to work with him. He could out work anyone and loved working in the yard and would often be found mowing his and his friends grass. He lived to the motto to stay busy kept you young. He did enjoy socializing and helping people when he could. He was a huge sports fan. In his younger days he played for a semi-pro baseball team in the military. When he wasn’t working he enjoyed watching his Texas Rangers play baseball and watching all levels of football, especially the Dallas Cowboys. Bobby will be remembered as a Father who raised his children right and loved his grandkids. He is survived by sons Larry McClure, Kenny McClure and wife Joyce. Daughters Diana McKenney and husband Kregg, Teresa Jones and husband Keith. 5 Grandchildren Shannon Freeman, Jason Lain, Lexi Lain, Katie Richardson, Kinsey Martinez. 8 Great grandchildren and 1 Great-great granddaughter. He is preceded in death by his parents John Payne McClure and Essie Lee Corbell McClure. Wife Patsy Jean Huckabee McClure. One son Michael Lynn McClure and 3 brothers Billy Carl McClure, John Payne McClure and Marlon McClure. Graveside Services will be held Friday, January 15, 2021 2PM at the Colorado Cemetery. Officiated by Geory Martin. If you would like to leave memories or condolences please visit the Kiker-Seale website. The arrangements have been entrusted to Kiker-Seale Funeral Home.

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    Friday, January 15, 2021

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Myrna Taylor

January 24, 2021

Patsy Jean was first friend made when I moved to San Angelo 1947. Several yeas later (1953) married her cousin Billy Burl Taylor and we moved to Lubbock for school at Texas Tech. We were guests at Patsy Jean and Bobby's wedding in home of Velma & Robert Taylor, Saw them married in front of fireplace. Wonderful family. Our love, Myrna Loy and Billy Burl Taylor.

Wayne & Betty McClure

January 15, 2021

We are so sorry we were unable to attend the services today. Wayne says that Bobby Jack & J.P. were his favorite McClure cousins. Our thoughts & prayers are with you!

Linda Edmonson

January 15, 2021

Theresa and Family.

So Sorry to hear about your beloved Dad. I knew him a long time and live across the street from him when I was married to Jimmy. My prayers go out for the family. May God Comfort this wonderful family. Your mom was my piano teacher a long time ago.

Love, Linda Griffith Edmonson

Loretta Messick

January 14, 2021

To Larry and family,

Our deepest sympathy and condolences from the staff at Doyon Government Group.

May the fond memories carry you all through the grief.

Amanda Ritchey

January 14, 2021

I met Bob at the Farmers Market and soo fell in love with his smile and great personality! He came 2 days a week and ALWAYS got Improved Porter Tomatoes for his neighbor and occasionally a cantaloupe. He would tell me what he had already done that morning and what was on his agenda for the rest of the day. He would always come later in the morning so that we could chat!
Will miss seeing him next summer!

Karen Holman

January 13, 2021

Bob was a long friend of my Dad, Tommy Marricle. I'm sure they'll be having a conversation in heaven.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY