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Robert "Bob" Roberts
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Birth: May 18, 1923
Death: Jul. 1, 2011

Robert "Bob" Roberts, 88, of Amarillo died Friday, July 1, 2011.

Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Llano Cemetery with John Shattuck, of Arena of Life, officiating. Arrangements are by Schooler Funeral Home, 4100 S. Georgia St.

Mr. Roberts was born May 18, 1923, in Bowie to W. E. and Edna Overstreet Roberts. He married Wynona Roberts.

Bob was a carpenter by trade and known in the construction industry to be very talented. He loved his job and continued working until health problems prevented him from doing so. He was a Dallas Cowboys fan and attended Arena of Life Church.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Wynona, in 1973; his parents; and two sisters, Nora Mae Roberts and Mildred Smith.

Survivors include three sons, Lonnie Jennings of Lovington, N.M., Terry Jennings of Amarillo, and Keith Keller of Arvada, Colo.; a nephew, Rick Smith of Washington; and many other loving nieces, great-nieces and nephews; eight grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren.

Visitation will be from 5 until 6 p.m. today at the funeral home.

Sign the online guest book at www.schoolerfuneralhome.com.

Amarillo Globe-News, July 4, 2011 
 
Burial:
Llano Cemetery
Amarillo
Randall County
Texas, USA
Plot: Section 2A Lot 425 Space 6
 
Created by: Kenneth D. Bogard
Record added: Jul 04, 2011
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