Bobby L. Lewis
PERRY - Our loving husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, brother, uncle and friend, Bobby Lynn Lewis, 72, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, May 12, 2020 at his home in Perry.
He was born on March 18, 1948 in Price, Utah, a son of Clifford Dale and Helen Charlene Tucker Brimberry.
Bobby joined the US Navy in June of 1970 and served for four years and then was in the Air Force Reserves for 20 years and activated to serve in Operation Desert Storm in 1991.
He married his sweetheart, Mary Senn on January 9, 1971 in Provo, Utah. They have been married almost 50 years.
Bobby retired from Hill Air Force Base in 2010 as a maintenance mechanic.
Bobby loved hunting, fishing, camping, being with his friends and being outdoors. He also enjoyed watching old westerns and war movies.
The family would like to thank Kenny McDowell, Chris Gardner and all the others who supported and loved Bobby Lynn Lewis.
Surviving is his sweetheart, Mary; three children, Michelle (Russell) Palmer; Paula Lewis; Bryan (Monica) Lewis; three granddaughters, Angela (William) Matthews; Tiffany and Janice Palmer; three great grandchildren; two brothers, Larry Lewis and Steven Brimberry.
He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, Eddie (Bonnie) Brimberry and one nephew, Lance Brimberry, Wally Tucker, Vivian Tucker and Michael Gardner.
Graveside services will be held on Saturday, May 16, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. at Willard Precinct Cemetery, 70 E. 500 North, Willard, Utah 84340. Military honors will be accorded by the Combined Veterans of Box Elder County.
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Mary, I am so sorry in the passing of Lyn, was just going the Gillies to see Maria Condoleezza, and saw Bobby " Lynn", its so hard and yet peaceful knowing he is at rest. Maria my sweetheart left me on 1st May. It's so quiet to not her laughing, talking or just sleeping. Prayers to you at this time. Love Always Joe Worrell
We were shocked when Jimmy called to tell us that Bobby had passed away. He was a great family friend and will be missed. Steve sends his love and is sorry that we can not attend the graveside service under the circumstances.
What a great man!
My deepest condolences to your family❤️ I moved next-door three years ago. You lived there for over 40 years. When you heard some folks from California where moving in next-door it must’ve scared the hell out of your whole family! The bond I felt after only a few days of living there could not of been any better. You and your family are the greatest neighbors I’ve ever had. I will never forget your kindness and your great smile. You left this earth way too soon. To see you out in the yard for the last couple weeks and having The pleasure to work with you brought huge joy to my heart. R.I.P. Bobby Love Bones❤️
I always thought of Bobby as Lynn, maybe I got that from Mary. He had the best care imaginable. Mary, you spoiled him. Sending my condolences to your family. You may have to keep the TV turned on and turned up loud for a while to get through the next month or so. I know telling you to take it easy would be like asking water to stop running downhill. How about just take it slow? Love you, Mica
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