Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Bob Dodd



        Bobby  "Bob" Allen Dodd, 82, of Wister, OK passed away Monday, February 13,  2017 in Wister.  Bob was born March 2, 1934  in Lutie, OK to Andrew Bee & Lucille Lydia (Wade) Dodd.  He was preceded in death by his wife of 50 years, Donna Green Dodd; brothers, Kenneth Dodd, John Dodd; and his parents.
        Survivors include his wife, Bobbie Nowlin Dodd of the home; 3 daughters, Diana Goff & husband John of Sumpterville, FL, Patti Palsgrove & husband Michael  of Avon Park, FL, Debbie Dodd of Zephyrhills FL; grandchildren, DiAnna Trichel Palsgrove, Matthew Dwayne Palsgrove, Marccus Dwayne Palsgrove, John Bryan Goff II, James Allen Goff, Joana Marie Goff Howard & husband Brandon,  Margaux Elizabeth Neal, Houston Ridge Neal, Falcon Slade Neal, Octavia Eden Neal, Sloane Amanda Reid;  great grandchildren, Orion Christopher Dwayne Palsgrove, Aurora Joy Marie Davidson; sister, Peggy Hull, Delores Anderson; other relatives, loved ones and friends.
        Services will be 2 pm, Saturday February 18, 2017 at the Evans Chapel of Memories. Interment will follow in the Summerfield Cemetery under the direction of Evans and Miller Funeral Home of Poteau, OK.

The family will be at the funeral home on Friday evening from 5-7 pm to visit with relatives and friends.
 

5 comments:

Xena said...

What a wonderful man whom I looked up to growing up! You will be missed and I will always cherish the memories... RIP love always, Theanna Markle

Krish Perumal said...

I hope that our Lord brings the family the much-needed peace during this sad time. my deepest sympathies to all the family members

krishnakumar perumal

Lakshmanan Kumaradeva said...

My deepest sympathies to Diana and Patty Dodd and families. I knew you both in the 1970 when we went to school in Colombo Sri Lanka.

Anonymous said...

My deepest sympathies Diana. sad to hear the loss of your Dad.. my sympathies to your mum too.. this your friend Cleon Handunge-Lakpahana

David Jimenez said...

It's not putting it too strongly that I loved Bob. I loved his sense of humor and contagious laugh. I loved his humility and kindness. I loved how he came to my aid and to that iof so many. I loved the way his strategic mind worked. I will miss my friend and mentor. My sincerest sympathy to each member of his family.
A David Jimenez