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Bobby Ray Rowell, Jr.

Bobby Ray Rowell, Jr.
April 18
11:33 2024

Bobby Ray Rowell, Jr., 69, of Eastland, passed away surrounded by family, on April 15, 2024. Services will be held on Sunday, April 21, 2024, at 2 p.m. at the Melton Kitchens Chapel of Memories with Danny Lee officiating. Family will welcome friends for a visitation one hour prior to the funeral service at Melton Kitchens. The interment will follow at the Post Oak Cemetery under the directions of Melton Kitchens Funeral Home.

Bobby Ray Rowell Jr., born on August 31, 1954, in Breckenridge, Texas, peacefully departed from this world on April 15, 2024, surrounded by his loving family. He attained his GED from Breckenridge High School and later pursued further education at Cisco Junior College, focusing on data processing.

Bobby Jr. is survived by his devoted wife, Debbie, and their children: son Jeremy Forrest and his wife Tiffany of Apollo Beach, Florida; daughter Kim Rowell of Ranger, Texas; daughter Ashley Grace and her husband Michael of Watauga, Texas; and daughter Angel Salas and her husband Michael of Magnolia, Texas.

A true sports enthusiast, Bobby’s heart belonged to the Dallas Cowboys and the Texas Rangers. He could often be found cheering on his favorite teams, his passion for sports shining through with every game. Bobby’s warm and welcoming demeanor meant he had no enemies; he was simply a joy to be around, spreading laughter and happiness wherever he went.

In addition to his love for sports, Bobby was a dedicated worker, having been employed at Eastland Operating LLC and serving as a subcontractor for several other local companies around the Ranger, Eastland, Cisco area. His commitment was unmatched, working tirelessly seven days a week since 1991. Bobby’s dedication to his work was a testament to his strong work ethic and unwavering determination.

Bobby was also a faithful member of Gunsight Baptist Church, where he found solace and community in his faith.

In honor of Bobby’s memory, charitable contributions can be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, an organization that held a special place in his heart.

In his leisure time, Bobby loved nothing more than heading to the lake, basking in the sun and enjoying the tranquility of the water. He also had a green thumb and took great pride in his garden, ensuring that his yard was always a beautiful oasis of color and life.

Bobby Jr. leaves behind a legacy of love and laughter, forever etched in the hearts of those who were fortunate enough to know him.


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