Bobby Suffron

November 1, 1961September 12, 2018
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SUFFRON, Bobby age 56 of Fairborn passed away at his residence Wednesday, September 12, 2018. He was preceded in death by his mother, Gladys Suffron; father, Wendell Suffron; brother, Jimmy Suffron; and nephew, Daniel Suffron. Bobby is survived by his brothers, Thomas (Sheila) Suffron and Daniel (Pamela) Suffron; fiancée, Donna Osborne; many nieces and nephews, and a host of friends. He was a drummer, a Dallas Cowboys fan, and an avid collector of beer cans, Hot Wheels, and albums. Bobby’s family will receive friends Monday, September 17, 2018 from 5:00 - 7:00 PM at Burcham Tobias Funeral Home, 119 E Main St. Fairborn. Funeral services will be at the funeral home Tuesday, September 18, 2018 at 12:00 PM with Pastor Bradley Smith officiating. Burial to follow in Byron Cemetery. Condolences and memories can be shared at


  • Visitation Monday, September 17, 2018
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, September 18, 2018

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Barbara Edwards (Spicer)

September 18, 2018

Bobby was a good soul. He actually cared about people and would put them first before his own. Rare and a beautiful character to have. He will be missed, I'm glad to have known him. Rest In Peace.

Debbie Dawes

September 18, 2018

I moved to Tennessee in 1982 when my parents divorced. I was so home sick for my friends I grew up with in Fairborn. Bobby came to Tennessee and brought me back to Ohio just so I could see my friends for a short visit. He did this out of the goodness of his heart. He was a very kind soul and my prayers are with his family during this very difficult time

Donna Davis Johnson

September 16, 2018

My memories of you go all the way back to the 1970s at Bocko's service station and all the times since then I have seen you out and about. I will miss seeing you. Rest in God's eternal peace.

Anita Spicer Southland

September 16, 2018

So many fun memories of bob (beef)
Cruising and hanging out behind Frisch’s.
Getting gas, at the gas station.
You will be missed

Dave Peto

September 15, 2018

In the course of our drag racing exploits at Kil-Kare, I became acquainted with the Suffron brothers. Each was a unique individual and Bobby had a way about him that could always make people smile. We had so many good times and he would be so embarrassed to read all the kind words folks have for him.

Farewell, my friend. You left many of us with great memories and you will be sorely missed.

Kathy Keeton-Brannan

September 14, 2018

Memories go way back to the 70s . Belching so loud in the woods you would scare us all and would scream and run. Jumping on tables ( any table) doing the swim to old time rock and roll. And oh that Bobby grin and that shmee sound you made. All that hair pinned under your graduation hat and letting it fly the minute you got the diploma. Taking up for and protecting us girls if you felt we needed it. I've laughed a lot through the tears because you were always a complete nut. White cigars, running in your Bockos uniform and those boots! One of those friendships that you could see and pick up right where you left the last conversation. One of those friendships that you knew how precious that you kept in your back pocket until you needed to smile. My son wanted to be you when he was little , to play drums like "Pobby". Thank you for the long talks about relationships and God. Thank you for the years of laughter and smiles and trust. Thank you for being so sweet,so nice to my family and friends.Always, anytime anywhere. You were an exceptional person. You will forever be embedded in my heart. Love ya Beefy Babe, Kathy Babe. Donna and Bobs family , prayers and hugs for peace and comfort.

Chuck Ferguson

September 14, 2018

Share a memory? There's far too many to share them all. From the moment I met you way back in our high school years I knew that we would be friends and brothers. The crazy antics and out right fun you brought to so many lives is incredible. So proud that we were the top two graphics students back in the day. The bottle rocket wars on the 4th of July in downtown Fairborn would get us arrested today lol. There will never be another like you and I want to thank you..... you made an impact in my life that will never fade. I love you my brother and will see you again in the hereafter.... Fergy

Jim Turner

September 14, 2018

Bobby was one of the nicest guys I ever have known, and will be missed by so many! Rest in peace.....