of Little Rock, AR
February 4, 1944 - February 14, 2022
Bobbie Lynn Winbury, 78, of East End, joined her valentine in Heaven on February 14, 2022. She was born on February 4, 1944. Bobbie was a member of East Union Missionary Baptist Church. She retired from North American Phillips Lighting Company. She was proceeded in death by her husband, Charles Winbury and parents, Robert and Anna Murph. Bobbie is survived by her sister, Fran Bennett; daughters, Gina McMillan (Bret) and Jamie McCall (Truman); grandchildren Cassie Spann (Matt) and Katie Cates (Jordon); Clay McCall, Colby McCall (Savhanna), Jared McCall; and nine great-grandchildren.Bobbie was known for her fiery attitude and if you spent any time around her and Charles, you knew that he was constantly pestering her and she always had a remark for him in return. She had a deep love for her family and she was known as a remarkable "Momma, Nanaw and NawNaw."A gathering in remembrance of Bobbie will be held at 11:00 am, Monday, February 21, 2022 at the Salem Cemetery with Brother Paul Roberts officiating. Pallbearers will be Bret McMillan, Matthew Spann, Jordon Cates, Blake Moore, Colby McCall and Jared McCall. Visitation will be from 10:00-11:00am prior to the service.
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So sorry to hear this and please know you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Gina, your mom was a very sweet lady! Bless you all!🙏🙏🙏
Bobbie and I and Shirley became best of friends, when living in Four Seasons! All three of us consider each other as Sisters! We had many laughs together. We would eat in the dining room together, and after each meal, Bobbie would look up and say well what’s for-dessert ! Didn’t have any dull moments when our great Sis was around us!
More happy than sad for Bobbie Lynn. (She got to meet Jesus before I did. I’ll let her by since she’s a little older, but not much!) Hild on to precious memories.Salem CemeteryHwy 367East End, AR 72209Monday, February 21, 202210:00 A.M.
So many special memories of growing up with this special lady as my second mom. From waking up too her being in our family kitchen having coffee with my mom to trips to Six Flags and shopping every Saturday . I will have a special place in my heart for all the times I spent with her and Gina and Jamie. Rest In Peace sweet lady forever in my heart
To the family,I want to say Thank you for sharing Bobbie with us at Four Seasons.She was a joy to each of us. She brought her Spunky personality,and we all fell in love with her. I will miss her visits to my office, we would gossip and before she left I would know everything I needed to know.She will be greatly missed. Love and prayers to you all.
Gina, so sorry for the loss of your mom. Love you, Sharon