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Brookside Funeral Home-Cypress Creek

9149 Highway 6 North, Houston, TX

OBITUARY

Bobby Charles Laswell

October 31, 1930October 29, 2019
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Bobby C. Laswell, of Houston, Texas, passed away of Wednesday, October 29, 2019, he was 88 years old. Services will be at Brookside Funeral Home, 9149 SH 6 S, Houston, TX 77095. Visitation will be 12pm Saturday, November 1st, with the service of remembrance at 2pm.

Bobby was born in Ft Worth, TX, October 31, 1930 to Ernest and Elsie Laswell. After serving four years in U. S. Navy, Bobby returned to Texas for college and to marry his high school sweetheart, Martha Graham. After they were married, they moved to Houston, Texas where they bought their first home and began a family. Bobby and Martha raised four children, Suzie, Bill, Dan, and Don.

Bob worked as a design draftsman for Baker Hughes for twenty six years and retired in 1996. He and Martha belonged to the Methodist church and he was an active member of the Waltrip Masonic Lodge. Above all, he was a family man. He loved his family and saw his life complete in and through those he loved. To know him was to love him, even like him. He will always be remembered and always be missed but the stories of encounters with him will remain a source of joy and laughter for those of us who remain.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, November 2, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, November 2, 2019

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Charles Gonzalez

October 31, 2019

Brother Bobby,

May the Supreme Architect of the Universe be with you as travel to HIS house in the Heavens. Bobby it was a pleasure serving with you at lodge.

Sincerely,
Charles Gonzalez
Past Master
S.P. Waltrip Masonic Lodge 1328

Laurie Wasson-Owens

October 31, 2019

My Uncle Bob was an amazing man. He had such a zest for life. He taught all us kids funny Rhymes and jokes that we have passed on to our own kids and grandkids.
"Inty pinty cutie corn, appleseed and barley thorn, up jumped jack with a big long horn, and blowed it all to widdy wad, eerie orie rocky round, malberry bush from Tarley town, eat drink drizzly drew, nobody out but barely you"
He taught us this, and I am 54 yrs old now and still remember every word....I will miss you and love you
XOXOXOX Laurie

Teri Laswell

October 30, 2019

It took me a while to get used to his "Deep East Texas" sayings and to appreciate The Sons of The Pioneers, (which I truly do), but he was so lovable, he won me over in no time. He was quite endearing. Cute and goofy sometimes, but endearing just the same.

He will be with me always, in my heart, and I will miss him terribly.

Safe travels Bob,

Teri
xoxoxo

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