Bobby George Bell
September 16, 1931 – April 20, 2018
Bobby George Bell 86, passed away April 20, 2018 in Crane, Texas. Bobby was born to J.D. and Vern Bell on September 16, 1931 in Cisco, Texas. Bobby was a member of the U.S. Army and retired from the Security State Bank and a volunteer firefighter in Pecos for 40 plus years. He enjoyed meeting friends at the coffee shop. Bobby is preceded in death by his parents, sister Patsy Ruth Beauchamp, son James David Bell, and step-son Darren L. Kizzar. Bobby is survived by his wife Janice Bell who he married in Pecos in 1982, also his ex-wife Anne Pilgrim of Abeline, son Mark Wayne Bell; step-children Rhonda Maldonado, Daymon Kizzar; grandchildren Randall Ray Bell, Travis Alan Bell, A. Jay Sparks, John Travis Sparks, Lynsie Maldonado, Dawson Kizzar; sister Sondra K Dingler. Memorial Service will be held at First Presbyterian Church in Pecos on May 5, 2018 at 2:00 pm In Lieu of flowers we ask that you donate to West of the Pecos Museum or ALS 30 W Gude Drive Suite 150 Rockville, MD 20850.
- Janice Bell, Wife
- Anne Pilgrim, Ex Wife
- Mark Wayne Bell, Son
- Rhonda Maldonado, Step Child
- Daymon Kizzar, Step Child
- Randall Ray Bell, Travis Alan Bell, A. Jay Sparks, John Travis Sparks, Lynsie Maldonado, Dawson Kizzar, Grandchildren
- Sondra K Dingler, Sister
- Memorial Service Saturday, May 5, 2018
Bobby George Bell
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Frances Miller Waldrop
April 24, 2018
My dearest Bobby George (Daddy always called you and Patsy Ruth by BOTH names!),
I am so sorry you were NOT allowed to have a relationship with our Daddy until you were married to Anne. Daddy loved you soooo much. Daddy and his brother Doc were the last of the Miller clan, and the Miller name was to be carried on through you. It is sad that your and his legacy of grandchildren do NOT carry the Miller name.
You lived a good life here on earth, and now you can be reunited in heaven with those who loved you.
Both Margie Carol and I wished we could have spent more time with you as a family. You looked so much like Daddy...even if Patsy Ruth favored him more.
I'll see you in heaven and we can catch up...
Your loving sister,