Roberta "Bobbie" Lee Scott

July 31, 1933March 2, 2018

Roberta (Bobbie) Lee Scott, age 84, was reunited with her husband Delmer Scott and son Rodney Loden on March 2, 2018. She passed away at home as she wished. Bobbie was born in Harlingen, TX on July 31, 1933. She was raised in the valley and briefly in Arkansas, then returned to Texas. After high school she married Bill Loden. They had two children, Terri Loden Maxwell and Rodney Loden (deceased). They moved to Port O’Connor in 1976 and ran their first bait stand. They then purchased the old “Pat’s Ally” and built Uncle Bill’s Marina. Upon her marriage to Delmer Scott, the bait stand was renamed Bobbie’s Bait. She and Delmer ran it for over 20 years. Upon retirement from the bait business they bought Powderhorn R.V. Park in Indianola. Bobbie and Delmer treasured their dear friends in Port O’Connor and Powderhorn. Bobbie is survived by her daughter, Terri Loden Maxwell and husband Terry; grandchildren, Chad (Robin), Chris (Nita) and Kyle (Kati); and four great-grandchildren plus one on the way. She is also survived by her sister, Joan Upchurch; brother, Don Baker; numerous nieces and nephews; Delmer’s children, Shelly Edeburn, David Scott (Mandy), Jimmy Scott (Mary) and 6 great-grandchildren, all of whom she thought of as her own. She also had an “adopted” son, Maurucio, whom she loved dearly. She was preceded in death by her parents, Orland and Jewel Baker; her beloved husband, Delmer Scott and son, Rodney Loden. Per Bobbie’s wishes, her ashes will be spread in the Texas Hill Country. Memorial will be private. Remember Mom as she was and keep on playing her games and have a drink or two in her honor. Words of comfort may be shared with the family at


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Joey and Sandra Lane

March 7, 2018

We loved Bobbie and Delmer very much and we will miss them. We are so sorry to hear about your loss.