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Bobbie  Arris obituary

Bobbie Arris Obituary

Janesville, Wisconsin, United States

November 16, 1944 - January 14, 2018

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Bobbie  Arris obituary

Bobbie Arris Obituary

Nov 16, 1944 - Jan 14, 2018

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In Loving Memory

Bobbie Arris, 73 of Janesville Wisconsin, passed Sunday, January 14, 2018. Bobbie was born to Raymond Meyers, and Arleen Meyers, November 16, 1944, in Janesville, WI.

Bobbie received a degree from AIMS Acadamy in 1991. She married Jack T. Klok in 1984, together in Dallas, Tx where they lived Happily. After many career endeavors such as Computer Application Specialist; Truck Driving; Professional Bartending and Waitressing, Ms. Arris finally found her passion which was Care Giving. Bobbie was self-employed running her own Home Health Care Business until she retired in 2006.

Bobbie left to Cherish her memories one Daughter: Cassandra McAllister (Darnell McAllister)of Henderson; One God-Daughter Dana Rogers (Lawrence Rogers) of Kissimmee Fl.; Three Grandchildren; Derrell M, Tucker of Tatum, Jeromey L. Parris of Henderson, Mianna R. Parris of Dallas. Three Great Grandchildren; Aria E. LaCour, Alexa D. Tucker, and Canaan Tucker. She also leaves to cherish her memories a Dear Friend Ms. Belinda Roberts and a Host of other friends and family

Bobbie Jean also is survived by three sons; Mike Holz, Jamie Livingston (Robin Livingston), and Carroll Livingston Jr. whom she Loved Dearly 

Bobbie is preceded in Death by the Love of her Life (Her Husband) Jack T, Klok; Both Parents Mr. Raymond Meyers and Mrs. Arleen Meyers; A Son Joseph Holz and a Daughter Anna Louise Eubanks.

Ms. Bobbie was known as a Kind, Loving, Compassionate, Fun Loving, Fiesty Little Lady. She Had a Big Heart and had Love for ALL who would accept it. She Lived a hard Life but maintained her Faith in GOD through it all. She tried to make peace with her sons who are living only succeeding with one for which she was sorrowful but made peace with herself for. She Loved us ALL and left with the pride of being "Blessed with birthing Six Beautiful Children and the Honor of Being The God Mother of a Beautiful Young Lady named Dana Rogers". She was a Doating Grandmother who Loved her Grandchildren with everything in her and enjoyed every moment (Altho few) that she spent with them. She was Selfless all the way to the end donating her bodily remains to LSU Medical Science in Hopes of finding cures for all that ailed her in her life with us. She was tired of this life here on earth and was ready to "Go Home to be with GOD, Her Baby girl Anna, Her Son Joey and Her Jack", and with the Blessings of GOD she transitioned peacefully in her sleep just the way she wanted. We Love You Mommy and I Especially. I will Miss you, but I'll be alright. Your pains and heartaches are over Now. Say Hello to My Brother and Sister for Me and Tell Daddy Jack I said Thank you for making you Happy and taking care of you while we were apart.

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