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Bobbie Joe Redford was born June 16, 1946 to Johnnie and Gurtie Mae Givens of Manor, Texas. She transitioned Sunday, October 18, 2020.
Bobbie graduated from Anderson High School class of 1963. She went on to pursue a career as a Paralegal Legal Assistant from Continental Technical Institute. Retiring after 40 years from Stove Reeves Law Firm, Portland Oregon. She gave her life to Jesus Christ at the early age of 15 years old. Serving in the House of the Lord many years ministering and teaching the Word of God. Her favorite quote “You must have faith in the Word”. She taught her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren how to live by Faith. She was an avid softball player on a women’s team in California, hitting home runs!
Bobbie also loved cooking and made one of the best tasting German Chocolate cake and Pecan Pies…hmmm good.
She meets at the gates of heaven: her Husband of 38 years (Wille), Father (Johnnie), Mother (Gurtie), One Brother (Floyd Perry) and Two Sisters (Ruth Ella, and Derotha)
She leaves to cherish her memories; (Daughter) Gwendolyn Johnson (Dave) CA, (Son) David Clifton Perkins Jr. TX, (Son) Steven E. Perkins, CA, (Daughter) Karen E. Loveless (Geoffrey) TX, (Son) Richard L. Redford,OR, 11 loving step children & a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, family, and friends.
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