Obituaries


Bobby Gene Palmer

January 30, 1936 - November 3, 2020

U.S. Veteran

Burial Date November 6, 2020

Friends are welcome at the Palmer Home

Posted by:
Adrienne Weisse, Leslie Haire

Posted on:
November 11, 2020

Dear Caroline, We were saddened to hear of Bobby’s death. We enjoyed so much getting to know him around town. For us he was such a fifties kind of guy. Our sad thoughts are with you. Adrienne and Leslie

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
November 7, 2020

Carolyn and family; So sorry to learn of Bobby’s death. He and his smile and out-going personality will surely be missed. He was such a prankster as a teenager, Our family will keep you in our prayers and always be grateful to you for the care you gave our Mother.

Posted by:
Ricky Britt Cyndi Wilkinson

Posted on:
November 6, 2020

Mrs. Carolyn, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the Family. Our heart felt love goes out to you and the Family. We pray God will wrap His arms around you all and comfort each of you during this time of Mr. Bobby's passing. He was truly a joy to know. He will be missed. Wonderful Christian. We enjoyed every minute of being around and sharing times with each of you. The times are cherished. Love, Ricky Britt and Cyndi Wilkinson

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
November 6, 2020

So very sorry for your loss. Always had a lot of respect for Bobby. All of you are in my prayers

Posted by:
Dick Lay, Ellen Lay and Rose Donalson

Posted on:
November 5, 2020

Mrs Carolyn and family we are deeply sorry to here of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Mr Bobby was one that no matter where you saw him he was always smiling and talking to you our prayers are with you .

Posted by:
Marvin L Fowler

Posted on:
November 5, 2020

Words can never express how I felt about Bobby and you Carolyn. My memories are so many and I will not forget them. I don't believe that I have ever got to know and love any couple more than I did Bobby and you. You both were very special friends and people and I will never be able to replace Bobby (and won't even try) and I will never forget the time spent with you. It is so rare to find a person that had the heart that Bobby possessed. I believe that same heart dwells in you too Carolyn. In my mind you were the perfect couple.

Posted by:
DOROTHY WIMBERLY

Posted on:
November 5, 2020

Mr. Bobby was a friendly man,he would speak to you didnt matter where you were with a smiling face.Prayers for the family. Rest in Peace Mr, Bobby.

Posted by:
Dianna Barwick Cleveland (Donnie)

Posted on:
November 5, 2020

Thoughts and prayers to the family.

Posted by:
LOFTON WILLIS

Posted on:
November 5, 2020

I AM VERY SORRY TO SEE THE PASSING OF BOBBY BOBBY WS A VERY FINE MAN AND WILL BE MISSED BY ALL THAT NEW HIM

Posted by:
Bonnie Layton Collier

Posted on:
November 5, 2020

Carolyn and family, I'm so sorry to hear of Bobby's passing. I remember when we were neighbors (my Mother was Ruth Layton Cox) and Bobby always had a smile on his face. I'm also sorry for the loss of Robby and Sheila. I didn't know until I was reading Bobby's obit. My Mother passed away July 11, 2018. I can see them now in Heaven having a great reunion. Know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. May the Lord wrap His loving arms around each of you and give you comfort, peace, and strength. Sending hugs and love to you.

Posted by:
Harry @ Laura Lashley

Posted on:
November 5, 2020

So sorry for your loss.Yall are in our thoughts and prayers. Mr. Palmer was a very sweet man always had a big smile. He will surely be missed.

Posted by:
Susan Moseley

Posted on:
November 5, 2020

Thinking of you, Carolyn-I will always remember so fondly Bobby’s devotion to you and his family. Prayers of comfort for you all.

Posted by:
Stanley Williams

Posted on:
November 4, 2020

Mr. Bobby was a good friend to all, he would tell you like it was. My father love him like a brother. In his eyes and mine he was one of the finest men anywhere. I will deeply miss him when we all can return to the coffee shops.

Posted by:
Stanley Williams

Posted on:
November 4, 2020

Mr. Bobby was a good friend to all, he would tell you like it was. My father love him like a brother. In his eyes and mine he was one of the finest men anywhere. I will deeply miss him when we all can return to the coffee shops.

Posted by:
Jim, Sarah, Shawn and Alan Darley

Posted on:
November 4, 2020

Bobby was a good man. Carolyn you and Bobby were always the best neighbors we had in Bainbridge. Even though that was a long time ago we frequently think about you good folks. Alan would always tell me when he talked with Bobby and how he was doing. He always thought Bobby was the ringleader of the Hardees crew as he was always joking and laughing with the other guys. Bobby will be missed!

Posted by:
Dooly and Susan Powell

Posted on:
November 4, 2020

So sorry to hear of MR. Bobby’s passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Posted by:
Margie Clements

Posted on:
November 4, 2020

Our thoughts and prayers will be with you Mrs. Carolyn and family. Buddy and Margie

Posted by:
Frances Willis

Posted on:
November 4, 2020

Bobby was such a fine man. It was always such a pleasure to run into him him because, he always wore a smile. He will be so missed. My sincerest condolences to Carolyn and the family during this sad time. Please know that our family is keeping you and yours in our thoughts and prayers. Love and a warm hug

Posted by:
Terry Holt

Posted on:
November 4, 2020

Terry & Carol Holt of Cairo Carolyn we loved Bobby so very much. Carol worked with Bobby in the Sunday School office as Secretary for 4 years and she looked forward to every Sunday. Bobby always had a smile because he had the love of Christ in his heart and was always ready to share it. The next to the last Sunday that Bobby was able to attend church services, Bobby left out of the sanctuary on the organ side and Carol immediately left on the piano side. When she came back in to sit beside me it was obvious she had been crying. I asked her what was wrong,she said she just knew it would be the last time she would get to hug Bobby and tell him how much she loved him. After church Bobby told me he and Carol had a good cry and shared their love for each other. It was the last time they got to speak to each other. We will never forget Bobby! Carolyn we love you so much and the cocunut cakes you brought to Jolly 60's get togethers. Carolyn, we will always be at your beckon and call. Can you imagine the rerunion Bobby, Robbie, and Sheila are having right now in heaven. It won't be long before we can join them in heaven. We love the entire Palmer family. God bless you and give you the peace that the BIble refers to as "as the peace that passeth all understanding.

Posted by:
Jimmy & Linda Fowler

Posted on:
November 4, 2020

Carolyn, You and your family have our deepest sympathy during this time. We know the emptiness you must feel but God will watch over you and the family to supply the strength you need. You and he both were such good friends to us as well as countless others. Prayers will be going up for you and your family during this time. God bless you all. Let us know if we can be of help in any way at all. Jimmy & Linda Fowler