Earthman Southwest Funeral Home

12555 South Kirkwood, Stafford, TX


Allen Ghazi Robay

December 8, 1935March 6, 2020

Allen Ghazi Robay, 84, passed away on Friday, March 6th, 2020, in Houston Texas.

Ghazi was born as Ghazi Mohamed Ali Al-Rabiai in Baghdad, Iraq on Sunday, December 8th, 1935, the son of Mohamed Ali Ahmed AlRubayee and Zahra Dawood Alrubayee. Ghazi moved to Oklahoma as a young man to obtain a college degree in Mechanical Engineering and a professional Engineer. He went on to be a successful engineer for more than 40 years.

Ghazi Married Wanda Pruitt on May 22, 1965. They were married 54 years.

Ghazi loved his family and wanted to travel more but his health prevented him from doing a lot of trips. He still enjoyed life. He loved going back to Tulsa, Oklahoma and visiting with family and friends. He enjoyed going to new restaurants and movies with his son and visiting with family and friends on the phone. He loved animals and his dogs Max and Molly.

Survivors include his wife Wanda and son Faris; brothers Subhi, Ismat; sisters Sabiha, Suad, Layla and nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his son Aaron; parents Mohamed Ali Ahmed, Zahra Dawood ; brothers Nadhum, Naji; sisters Nadheema, Nejjia.

There will be a private service in Houston, Tx and a family service in Tulsa, Oklahoma.


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Faris Robay

March 23, 2020

I love you. I can't believe your gone. So many things I wanted to say...I miss you every day. I feel lost without you around. Everything reminds me of you. You taught me a lot and the values you instilled in me make me a better person. I can only hope your watching me from heaven.

I know your in good company up there. Can't wait to see you again.

Love you forever

Ismat Dr. Al-Rebaie

March 15, 2020

Big Brother Ghazi ,your loss is painful !
I shall keep you always in good memory .
Your really baby brother
Dr. med.. Ismat Al-Rebaie
Pediatrician & Allergologist
with wife Angelika

Doris Abercrombie

March 14, 2020

When I think of Ghazi, I see his mischievous smile and think of how he enjoyed being around our family. He is much loved and will be remembered as a special member of our family
The Abercrombie Family, Ron, Doris , Roger, Michael and Kyle

Angela Mcwy

March 13, 2020

Dear Uncle we had so much fun when you stayed with David and I , I loved our shopping trips and I loved when you would find a new good restaurant for David and I to come eat with you at . You were always generous you were always kind you are loved and will be greatly missed rest in peace Uncle Ghazi.

Ezzet Alkaptan

March 12, 2020

RIP Uncle
I wish I’ve met you in my adulthood as I’ve met you once in my childhood .

Granddad , always talked so proudly about you , uncle Ismat and Auntie Suad and the path you have chosen in life.

This is what encouraged me with Granddad’s blessing and the support of my family to follow your path to Britain .

Thank you for providing the inspiration to succeed in life.

You will be sadly missed uncle.

Love you always

Theresa Bookout

March 11, 2020

My favorite memory is when I was 7 years old, when Ghazi told me I was as beautiful as a princess. I never forgot how that made me feel so special.
Ghazi was so much more then a brother in-law. He was a prayer warrior that often shared prayers with me.
He was a big brother who made me feel loved and protected. He had a big heart that made everyone know they were important. He will be missed and always loved.