Bobbie Lloyd Zaukelies

February 19, 1952April 8, 2019

Bobbie Zaukelies, 67, of Cantonment, Florida, passed away Monday, April 8, 2019. She was born in Montgomery, Alabama.

She loved relaxing at the beach and just being in nature. She loved to paint and draw, and watching her great-grandchildren play never failed to make her smile. She was a proud mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother.

Bonnie started as Bobbie’s younger sister, but quickly became her best friend. They spent Saturdays together shopping and eating Mexican food.

Bobbie was preceded in death by her grandparents, George Lucious Bass, Leola Lillian Bass, Issac Halford, and Mary Jane Mitchell, her parents Issac and Missouri Elizabeth Bass Halford.

She is survived by her brother, Donald (Shelby) Mason Bass, and her sister Bonnie (Henry) Halford O’steen. Also her children Angie Hall Straughn (Ray) and Norris (Christina) Hall.

She also left behind, Tifanie (Chris) Pigott, Stephanie (Justin) Long, Briana (Jeff) Sallee, Kayla Sheler, Lindsey (Chad) Tanner, Emily (Trevor) Bowman, Joshua Hall, and 8 great-grandchildren along with many nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers, consider donating to the United Methodist Children's Home. You can find them at the link below.

Funeral services will be held 4pm on Saturday, April 13, 2019 at Woodbine Church in Pace, Florida.


  • Funeral Service Saturday, April 13, 2019

Bobbie Lloyd Zaukelies

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Layna Gates

April 13, 2019

It was my joy and privilege to care for Ms. Bobbie in her home. She was a tough little lady and fought hard. She was my patient but more than that she became my friend. May the God of ALL comfort surround you with his love and peace.

Bonnie O’Steen

April 10, 2019

Dear Bobbie,
I started out my life with you as my very first friend and then something grand happened you became my best friend.
Oh how I am going to miss out Saturdays together. We shared the same love for Mexican food and that’s where we could be found most Saturdays. Eating leisurely lunches and remembering the good times in our lives. Often spending them Brittany and Brayden. Brayden learned to love you like another granny.
I watched you lose your battle to cancer very early Monday morning, but sissy you actually won. Now you are running and and dancing and praising the Lord on golden streets. I will never forget you. Wait for me a I will be there before you know it. Rest night on your mountain, your work on earth is done

Love your baby sister

Bonnie O’Steen

April 9, 2019

You were my very first friend, my forever friend. I will never forget the good times we shared, those long leisurely Saturday lunches, laughing about stupid things we did growing up, talking about old friends.
I will love you forever and never forget how incredibly brave you were through your battle with cancer. Rest high on your mountain, your work on earth is done. Until me meet again.
Love , Bonnie

Nancy Wilson

April 9, 2019

We only met once, but you gave to us a gift we praise God for each day. Your son (Norris) has been a blessing to our family for many years now. Because of you we have a wonderful son-in-law, a good father to his children (our grand children), and an endearing grandfather
to his grandchildren. We have all been blessed by this man you brought into the world so many years ago. For this we are greatful and pray your soul rests in peace.