Bobby Lee TWIDWELL
August 24, 1936 ~ July 29, 2011
Bobby Lee Twidwell passed away Friday afternoon, July 29, 2011, at the Madison Medical Center, in Fredericktown, Missouri, at the age of 74 years, 11 months & 5 days. Bob was born on August 24, 1936, in Jackson, Missouri, and was the son of the late Willie Leander Twidwell and Viola Lucille 'Hahs' Twidwell.
Bobby was united in marriage to Nancy Lola Johnson, on August 26, 1961. Bobby was a member of Memorial United Methodist Church of Farmington, and a retired Auto Body Technician.
Survivors Include: his wife, Nancy Lola 'Johnson' Twidwell, of Farmington; 3 Daughters: Ellen Kay (& Kyle) Kimball, of Farmington; Mary Ann (& Jay) Scruggs, of Farmington; Paula (& Paul) Chapman, of Park Hills. 1 Son: Tim (& Lisa) Twidwell, of Farmington. 2 Brothers: Larry (& Carolyn) Twidwell, of Butte, Montana; Mike (& Jo) Twidwell, of Shell Knob, MO. 10 Grandchildren: Lauren Chapman; Jayson, Zach & Randi Scruggs; Colton, Clay & Hadley Twidwell; Kody & Kaley Kimball; Kelsey (& Corey) Stanfill.
Visitation starts Monday at 9:00 a.m.
Funeral : Monday, 11:00 a.m., August 1, 2011
at : TAYLOR Funeral Service CHAPEL, with Rev. Jerry Statler and Dr. Rick Broadway officiating.
Interment : Hillview Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Farmington
Memorials to : * American Cancer Society
Robin, Rheannon and I send you our heartfelt sympathy and surround you with our prayers, now and in the days and weeks to come.
We are sorry to hear of Bob's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.
Paula well be thinking of you.
Mary and family — I am so sorry for the loss of your father. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Jay and family at this time. Chris, Tom, Andrew and Alex Schrautemeier
Sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
We are sorry to hear the news. Thinking of all of you and wishing you peace.
Dear Family, You are all in my thoughts and prayers. I'm sorry I couldn't make it there to be with you during this painful time. Bob will be truly missed. I love all of you.
Aunt Nancy, Ellen Kay, Mary Ann, Paula and Tim. I am so sorry to hear that Uncle Bob had passed and regret that I could not be there today to pay my respects.Uncle Bob was someone who was reserved and quiet but was able to show how much he cared for his wife, family and friends through his actions. His devotion to Aunt Nancy after his retirement is a living testimony to his love and devotion and a great example to many of us who were fortunate to have known him for years. God bless each of you and you will be in my prayers.
I will always remember those fishing trips with the whole Twidwell/Hahs family. Bob was the best at throwing the kids in the air while swimming in the creek. To all my family in Missouri, we are thinking about you and sending you good thoughts and courage.
Bob was a wonderful, kind and caring man. I remember him as always having a smile on his face and laughing a lot. You all are in our thoughts and prayers. We love you!
We are with you in this time of grief.
Ellen, I happened to be in Farmington and read about your dad's passing. I am very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.