Robert Brown
ARLINGTON -- Robert "Bob" Wayne Brown, 74, passed away on Friday, May 4, 2012, in Mansfield. Funeral: 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Good Shepherd Methodist Church, 2020 S. Collins St., Arlington, with Pastor Eldon Reynolds officiating. Interment: Parkdale Cemetery, Arlington. Robert is preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Kevon Brown. Survivors: Wife, Melba Fisher Brown; Daughter, Robbie Nell Bentley and husband, Steve; sons, Justin B. Brown and Forrest Bunyan Brown and wife, Noelle; brother, H.B. Brown and wife, Susan; grandchildren, Wesley, Marshall, Corrina, Kathleen, Madison and Noah; great-grandchildren, Alexis, Marshall, Carsen, Lily, Ceris, Ryker, Cora Belle, Chloe and Logan; and numerous other family members and friends. Wade Family Funeral Home Arlington, 817-274-9233

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  1. Dad,
    One minute you’re here,and suddenly, you’re not. I would give anything to hear (again) some long, long story that I’ve heard a hundred times before. I know this is a condolence page, but I wanted to talk to you again and this is as good a place as any. I hope that you know how much I love you and how much you are missed. I hope that I did you proud as a son and as a man. I miss you a lot! Not much else has changed here since you went to be with the Lord. I’m tryin’ to remember all of the very simple, yet wise truths that you instilled in me. I am proud and privileged to say that you are my dad. Miss you and love you. – Justin

  2. Dad,
    It’s been almost six months since you left. You have two more beautiful great-granddaughters. Cory has a girl named Cambrie and Kathleen has a girl named Emily (but you don’t spell it that way). Mom’s good and so am I. You’ve probably already met Louise Airheart and coach Cantrell. They both have gone since you left. I hope you know HOW MUCH YOU ARE MISSED!!! Trying to stay strong, but have a tough time every now and then. Love you. Justin

  3. Football season is winding down. If Dallas beats Washington next week, we’re in the playoffs. Marshall and his bunch are staying here while he finishes up school. I guess you know Aunt Genieve is up there with you. Seems like I ,,,,Talk to you later LOVE YOU OLD MAN-JB

  4. Its been a year now. Took mom to see you yesterday. Left some flowers. Could use a good kick in the pants about now. Keep an eye on Marshall and Corrina and their families. Love you and miss you.

  5. Dad,I think you know what all has happened and I’m sorry I didn’t do a better job. From Mom to Marshall to Cory; setting the example I should… I know that is why I’m here and I am looking only to God for direction. Can’t tell you how much I miss you, but I think you know. Cowboys/Chiefs on Sunday! I’ll do you proud!!JB PS Tomorrow is you and mom’s 52nd. Let her know it!!!!!

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