of England, AR
September 16, 1939 - May 13, 2021
Bobby Leon Roe, 81, was born in England, Arkansas to Doris Canada Weaver and Leon Roe on September 16, 1939. He died peacefully at his home on Thursday, May 13, 2021. He was a member of the First Baptist Church, England where he served as a Deacon and a Trustee. He farmed for 30 years. After retiring he worked as a crop insurance adjustor for various companies and for USDA. He loved his fellow adjustors and stayed in contact with most of them. He was past president of the England Jaycees, past president of the England Cemetery Association, and past president of the England Academy School Board. He served on the Arkansas Department of Correction Farm Advisory Board for five years.He loved life and brought joy and laughter to everyone he met. He especially loved his four grandchildren who brought him so much pride and joy. He gratefully lived to see the birth of his first great-grandchild, Trevor Oates.He is survived by his wife, Anne Stone Roe to whom he was married for 55 years. He is also survived by two daughters: Robyn (Dean) Oates of Jessieville and Missy (John) Henderson of England; four grandchildren: Alissa (Jacob) Hastings, Dalton (Samantha) Oates, John William Henderson and Haley Henderson.The family requests memorials be made to First Baptist Church, 201 East Haywood, England, AR, 72046.A Memorial service will be held at 2:00 P. M. Saturday, May 15, 2021 at First Baptist Church with visitation one hour prior to the service at 1:00 P. M. Bro. Toby Havens will be officiating. Burial will follow in Mulberry Cemetery.
Anne,I am so sorry for your loss. Bobby had such a fun and big personality and always had a sweet smile. My prayers and thoughts go with you and your family during this sad time.
Mr. Bobby was a wonderful man. He was a great friend of our family. Mr. Bobby and my dad fished together. He will be sadly missed. Prayers for the family.
Dear Anne, Missy, and Family: I have thought of Mr. Roe so many times over the years and so often recently. I regret that I didn't call last week when I had him on my mind. He was always so kind to me, and we enjoyed our times together on the bleachers watching the boys play ball. I will remember him with that great smile on his face...and the pecans he often gifted us! Prayers, condolences, and love from all my boys, too: Jerry Jr, Jerry III, William, and Lisa Conyer
Sorry I was unable to make the service. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Dear Anne, Robyn, and Missy. I just read about Bobby’s passing. I have such fond memories of all of you living down from us in your beautiful yellow stone house. You and Bobby were always a beautiful couple. He always would make me laugh. I am proud knowing he has joined your mom and Dad, Shad, and Janice. Praying for you all Anne. ❤️ Paula Luebke Wills
Bobby and Anne’s friendship comes once in a lifetime and I will always cherish their being our friends 🙏❤️
Bobby Roe was as much a part of England as the endless fields of cotton that stretched for miles. My condolences to the family and may you find comfort in knowing that he had a full life with each of you.
We will miss you and are praying for your family my friend. What a kind soul.Jeff Ray
Pop was and forever will be the most supportive, loving, funny, and consistent grandfather and friend. He always showed up to every sporting event screaming “SAY-RUH” from the stands, and I looked forward to hearing it each time. I will miss his huge hugs and that contagious smile/ spirit. I love and miss him very much. It gives me comfort knowing he will be the best guardian angel over all of you. Sending prayers and comfort to all of you who loved him so much 🤍
To the Roe Family, May God continue to give you peace and comfort during this difficult time . Know that you are forever in our prayers. The Woods and The Sims Family of England Arkansas
My deepest sympathy to you Anne and to your family. The loss of your mate is heartbreaking but I pray you have peace and comfort knowing that he is no longer suffering but rejoicing in heaven.
We are so sorry for your loss. Bobby was a good man and had a great sense of humor. He will be missed by many.
Sending hugs and prayers for you all!
So sorry for your loss. Bobby was a great guy and always good for a laugh. Loved working with him throughout the years. Hugs and prayers today and in the coming days.
Anne,Robyn and family,Sending prayers of comfort and strength for the days ahead. Heavenly rewards awaits God’s children and many crowns await those who have labored in love. Big hug to you Anne ♥️
You are in our thoughts & in our prayers as you negotiate the task of learning a new normal. Our hearts ache for you in your loss of Bobby. We will continue to lift you before God and pray for peace, strength, ‘ guidance for you all. We’re sending love & hugs your way.......Sincerely, Sandie & Dick Smith
So sorry for your loss. Bobby was a neighbor for several years while he lived with his grandmother. Prayer for you and your family during this time. He will be missed, but is in the presence of the Lord.
Praying for peace and comfort for all of you.
Dear Ann, Robin and Missy our hearts go out for you. We are deeply sorry for Bobby's passing. We can rejoice that Bobby now resides with our heavenly Father. May God be with you in the days ahead as you move forward. I regret that I will be out of townand can't attend Bobby's service.Love to all of you in Christ's name.
Anne I am so so sorry for your loss. I always thought so much of you. My prayers are with you and your family. May our Lord wrap his arms around you at this time and give peace as only he can. Love you my friend.Dorothy
I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers for the famiy. Bobby and I had some great times out in the field doing crop appraisals. He told me a lot of great stories about growing up around England. You will be missed my friend.
Anne, Robyn & Missy- Stanley and I are so sorry to hear of Bobby’s passing. We are lifting you up in prayer. We love you.
Dear Anne and Family: we are so very sorry for your loss. We will pray for peace and strength during this difficult time. God bless you all.
Dear Anne, Robyn, Missy and family, we send our deepest sympathy and love in the home going of Bobby. Our large Stone family is getting so much smaller with many gathering in Heaven but we rejoice in knowing that Bobby is safely with Jesus in his forever home. As I have shared with you, what he believed many years by faith, he now knows by sight! Praying God's richest blessings and comfort for you all in the days and weeks ahead that you can not weep as those who have no hope, for our hope is in the resurrection and as believers we will join our loved ones in heaven, Love and prayers, Your Uncle Lowe's family (Aunt Beverly, Bobby and Nannette Stone)