Bobby Dean Mariott

19401025 –

 20171210

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Obituary

Bobby Dean Mariott passed away on December 8, 2017.  Bobby was born at home in Coryell County, Texas on October 25, 1940.  We will gather for fellowship and remembrance from 6-8 p.m. Sunday, December 10, 2017 at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. Family and friends will gather to celebrate his life of 77 years on Monday, December 11, 2017, at 10 a.m. at Lake Ridge Chapel officiated by Jay Abernathy and Tommy Haralson.

Bobby graduated from Evant High School in Evant, Texas.  He moved to Pecos, Texas in 1960 where he met and married his wife, Shirley (Snyder) Mariott in 1961.  They were married for 56 years.  Bobby was employed by Applied Industrial Technology for 44 years.   He lived and worked for Applied Industrial Technology in Pecos, Big Spring, and Odessa, Texas.  Bobby volunteered at Word of Hope where he sent Bible Study lessons to prisoners for 10 years.  Bobby made his profession of faith when he was 12 years old and was baptized in the Cowhouse Creek in Pearl, Texas.  He was a member of First Baptist Church, Lubbock, Texas.  Bobby enjoyed horses, welding, and spending time with his family. He was also a handyman who could fix anything.

Bobby is preceded in death by his parents, Ernest and Cleta (Bynum) Mariott, and a brother Donald Clevon Mariott.

Bobby is survived by his wife, Shirley; 2 sons Dean and wife, Jill; Doug and wife Joy; 4 grandchildren:  Taylor, Hayden, Kendall and Lauren Mariott all of Lubbock, Texas.   A brother, Royce and wife Lavon, of Midland, Texas and 2 nephews Gary and wife Rhonda, Cody and Cutter of Midland, Texas; Tim and wife Monica and Chase, Chandler and Chaney of Boerne, Texas.

Pallbearers are Randy Dulin, Randy Mariott, Ricky Mariott, Dwayne (Butch) Fraser, Gary Mariott, and Tim Mariott. Honorary pallbearers are the men of the Hopson Sunday School Department of First Baptist Church Lubbock.

Memorials

The family request memorials to Word of Hope, PO Box 93490, Lubbock, TX 79493, Hospice of the South Plains, http://hospiceofthesouthplains.com, 4413 82nd Street, #135, Lubbock, Texas 79424 or a charity of choice.

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14 thoughts on “Bobby Dean Mariott”

  1. Bo and a Frances Kerr

    Heaven gained a special angel today. Bobby was a soft-hearted man who loved deeply’. So thankful he was a special part of our lives. Rest In Peace dear friend. Prayers for his family left behind. May God grant y’all comfort and peace..

  2. Heaven is a more special place now that Bobby has joined the fold at the right hand of God. I will remember all the years of school and church with Bobby in Pearl Texas, we started the first grade and graduated from Evant High School together.

  3. Pat Winterrowd Myrick

    Shirley so sorry for your loss . I’ll be thinking of you and your family .Prayers for all of you . Love to you dear friend.

  4. Christine Montomery

    Shirley, I’m so saddened to hear of Bobby’s passing. May our God tightly wrap you and your family in His loving arms. May you feel His love in the love of family and friends.
    God bless you all.

  5. Russell and Cheryl Crockett

    I am sad to hear of Bobby’s passing but we know he is with Jesus in Heaven now! Prayers for your family during these hard times. Rejoyce in the Lord and he will give you strength.

  6. Handley & Temple Ann Driver

    We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
    Handley & Temple Ann Driver

  7. BOBBY AND SHARI HARRISON

    SHIRLEY, DOUG AND DEAN~OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH YA”LLS FAMILY. PRAYERS HAVE BEEN ANSWERED FOR BOBBY, HE IS IN A PLACE WITH MANY ROOMS AND PAIN FREE NOW. BOYS TAKE CARE OF YOUR MOM, JUST LIKE YOUR DAD TOLD YALL TO DO BECAUSE I KNOW HE TAUGHT YOU TWO WELL. LOVE YOU ALL, BOBBY AND SHARI.

  8. Ms Shirley I’m sorry and sad to here this news! Please know that we are here for you if needed. May our Precious Father lessen the pain and give you strength.

  9. Our sincere sympathy to Shirley and family on Bobby’s passing. We have fond memories of the years in Greenwood and GBC. May you feel the love and peace of Jesus as you go through these difficult days and cherish the many sweet memories of yours & Bobby’s years together. Love, Terry & Twyla Clutter

  10. Shirley, I am so sorry to hear of your loss of Bobby. Prayers and thoughts with you and your family. It is really hard to let them go, especially when you have been together a long time. Lonnie passed away in September after 47 years of marriage. It was hard to let him go.

  11. Wayne and Lou Garrett

    Shirley, Dean and Doug, The services for Bobby were such a warm expression of love for him. Just know we thought so much of Bobby , and for all of you, and our hearts and prayers will continue to be with you!! We truly feel blessed to now be a part of your family!

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