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Robert “Bobby” Arthur Tomlinson

May 28, 1963 - November 12, 2016

53, of Fairplay, passed away November 12, 2016.

He is survived by his father Robert Tomlinson Sisters Anne Marie Tomlinson, Karen Tomlinson, Evelyn Tomlinson, and Brother Kevin Tomlinson, Loved by nieces and nephews  Shawn (Traci) Gina, Ryan, Danielle,Blake,Jenna,Micheal and Lisa, and Great nephew Patrick And great niece Victoria, all of OH.


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15 Responses

  1. Lyn says:

    To Bobby’s family.
    My condolences to you all for your loss. May these scriptures bring you all a measure of comfort and hope.
    Revelation 21: 3, 4, John 5: 28, 29.

  2. Matt Thomas says:

    Anyone that knew Bob knows he would’ve done anything to help out a friend, even foe, in need, and ask for nothing in return. You brought a smile to everyone’s face in the Rockies. You are missed.

  3. THOMAS S FURRY says:

    Rest in peace my friend

  4. Cindy Dufala says:

    Dearest Bobby, my friend from afar who made me laugh, still my sides hurt, sent photos of his beautiful skies, was tough as nails and loved the challenge of the Rocky Mountains, in a tent, no less in the Winter. He loved his Mom so much and can join her now. He told me his Dad was his best friend and wished he could visit more often. Gunner stories very interesting. Badass just like Bobby was. Not one to mess with. If you were his friend, he loved you all and would do anything for you. And honest hard working man. I am stunned. Tears and heavy heart, but i will chin up and toast to you as you loved life, nature and God’s country, and music WMMS Buzzard Radio in Ohio. You will be missed by all. We love you. Peace..
    Forever.
    Your friends in Vegas, Cindy & daughter Marlo

  5. Bobby Dagostino says:

    Karen & Family,

    Perhaps they are not stars in the sky but rather openings where our loved ones shine down to let us know they are happy.

    Sorry for your loss.

    Bobby

  6. Evelyn Tomlinson says:

    I love you!
    Tears fill my eyes and sadness is full
    In my heart..
    Im angry and i feel lost. I’m sorry
    I couldn’t be there today with Dad
    And karen. But know i was with you in
    Spirit..
    Love your baby sister <3

  7. Mrs Jayne Reed says:

    My husband and I have such great memories of Bobby and all of your family having lived next door to you on Richard Dr. in Brook Park. Bobbie, like your Mom, Rose are truly in a more peaceful place among the angels that will shroud them with eternal rest. God has blessed them.

  8. William arensberg says:

    Our trip to Michigan was more than memories bro, you were the only one out of many brothers I took to my favorite spot that I didn’t have to baby sit and teach how to fish for King salmon, actually you put a whooping on me too. I’ll always remember that big smile of yours bro. R.I.P. BROTHER. PEACE OUT!

  9. Steven Kilgore says:

    RIP my friend, you will be remembered by many and missed by them also Lizard.

  10. Cheryl Tomlinson says:

    Bobby, what can I say? Growing up with you and your family on Richard Drive, well, those are memories I’ll always have! You were one of a kind! You’ll be missed! I’ll miss you! RIP Bobby! Another one gone too soon! Love ya Bobby! 💜

  11. anne tomlinson says:

    I want to Thank all of my brothers friends for being so supportive in this time of sorrow. He was by many accounts, loved by everyone he met. He will not only be missed terribly by his family, but by all that met and knew him. He grew up in Brook Park Ohio, but his heart was always in the wilderness, that’s why he loved Colorado so much, he marched to his own drum, even when we were little. It’s way to soon to say good-Bye to the best big brother any one could ever hope to have, so I will say I love you Bobby, with all my heart and soul, and I will see you later.

  12. Bill McInturff says:

    RIP BROTHER
    Lived life on his terms.
    See you again someday.
    Thoughts and prayers.

  13. Vincent DiMascio says:

    I will see you in the highway in the sky my brother

  14. Jeff Groves says:

    Rest in Peace Bobby. You’ll be missed

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