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Bobby Dan Briscoe
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Birth: Mar. 6, 1957
Lubbock County
Texas, USA
Death: Feb. 13, 2012
Creek County
Oklahoma, USA

Bobby Dan Briscoe was born on March 6, 1957, in Lubbock, Texas, to Guy Haney Briscoe and Elsie Bernece (Williams) Briscoe. He passed from this life on February 13, 2012, at his home in Mounds, Okla., at the age of 54 years, 11 months and seven days. Bobby had lived in the Tulsa and surrounding area for the past 14 years. He worked as a systems engineer for Hewlett-Packard Co. He will be remembered as a very generous and giving man that could build or fix anything. Not one to sit idly, he was always working on something and was a "jack of all trades." While he was best known for his accomplished wood-working, he was always seeking to learn new things and if necessary, would teach himself.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

He is survived by his loving wife; Debi (Richeson) Briscoe whom he married on May 26, 1979 in Henryetta, Okla., as well as by one son, Daniel Briscoe of Los Angeles, Calif.; two sisters, Guyann Wood of Belton, Texas, and Rhonda Bolt and husband Leroy, of Abilene, Texas; one brother Barry Briscoe and wife Joyce, of Kingwood, Texas, a brother-in-law; Peter Richeson of Oklahoma City and numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Services will be 4 p.m. Friday, February 17, 2012, at the Leonard & Marker Funeral Home Chapel officiated by Marc Wood, Bill Kloepping, Peter Richeson, Barry Briscoe and Daniel Briscoe.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Tulsa Chapter of Meals on Wheels. Online tributes and condolences may be left for the family at www.leonardmarker
Created by: OkieBran
Record added: Feb 16, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 85079599

- OkieBran
 Added: Feb. 16, 2012

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