OBITUARY

Robert R. Mills

August 14, 1933December 27, 2018

Robert R. Mills, 85, of Texarkana, AR passed away December 27, 2018 in a local hospital. Mr. Mills was born August 14, 1933 in Cass County, TX. He was a Methodist; a retired accounting teacher from Texarkana College; and served in the U. S. National Guard. Mr. Mills was an avid Bridge player, world traveler and was an Eagle Scout.

He was preceded in death by his brother, William Mills; and a sister, Wanda Lee Doiron and his parents Ray and Bessie Lee Mills.

Survivors include his brothers and sisters-in-law, Richard and Helen Mills and J. D. and Joyce Mills; and his significant other, Sherman Broglin.

Memorial Service will be held at a later date. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of East Funeral Home - Downtown.

In lieu of flowers donations should be made to Texarkana College Scholarship Fund.

Online tributes may be made at www.eastfuneralhomes.com.

Services

  • The family will have a Memorial Service at a later date.
REMEMBERING

Robert R. Mills

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Phyllis Pope

December 31, 2018

Mr. Mills was my Accounting teacher at Texarkana College. He was an excellent instructor & a great mentor to me as I pursued my Associate Degree in Business Administration & we became good friends. I have fond memories of working as his assistant in grading his students' papers. I am saddened to hear of his passing. May he rest in eternal love & peace.

Toni Steger

December 31, 2018

Mr. Mills was not only my accounting professor at Texarkana Community College in the mid 80s, he was also a very close friend of both my Uncles. Just recently I had to use accounting methods in my job and things that were taught to me by Mr. Mills came back to me just as if he had taught me the day before. Deepest sympathy to Mr. Broglin and his family.

John Hay

December 29, 2018

I have known Robert for over 50 plus years. He was a very good man and was always helpful to others. I remember when the National Guard unit was called up to Active Duty at Ft. Polk , La. During that time period many Guard members were trying to raise their Test scores to gain important school opportunities to advance in rank. Robert being a professor of accounting and math gave up his fee time to Tudor many soldiers in math , I don’t think he was ever recognized for his efforts, he should have been !
May he Rest In Peace .

FROM THE FAMILY