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Bobbie O'Dell Bills 1939 - 2013

Bobbie O'Dell Bills

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Monday, November 04, 2013
I have known Bob for just a short year or so. Often I sat behind him and Jerrie at Cowboy Church. He always had a smile for others.
He will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him. I hope you all find comfort in knowing Bob is in heaven and feeling no pain. May God Bless you all.
Sue Harris, Yukon
Sunday, November 03, 2013
Dear Bill's family
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. I had the pleasure of a visit with Bobby back in May. My grandson Eli got to meet him and see the Tack shop. I was so blessed to get to know Bobby in the past few years. He loved to brag on his children and grand children. Bobby blessed my life and will miss him. Love from the Cain family
Thursday, October 31, 2013
So sad for your loss.
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Bob was an artist regardless if he was working with a saddle or making a pair of rough stock chaps...or running a 63,000 pound dozer pushing dirt to perfect grade. He had an artist's touch and an eye for perfection. Most of all he was a perfect friend. We wasted many hours just talking, even when we both knew the other had a list of things to do that was just not going to get done as long as we stayed in each other's company. When I needed an edge put on a knife, he would drop what he was doing and sharpen my knife (that would not cut hot butter) to a razors edge. He was a wonderful friend and I will miss him. The smell of leather will always bring back happy memories. Please pray for his family through this time. Cancer sucks.
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
My friend Bob Bills died Tuesday Morning. He owned the saddle and tack shop in Tuttle. His funeral will be Saturday morning at 10:00 am at the cowboy Church in Yukon with burial to follow in Carter Oklahoma. Bob was an artist regardless if he was working with a saddle or making a pair of rough stock chaps...or running a 63,000 pound dozer pushing dirt to perfect grade. He had an artist's touch and an eye for perfection. Most of all he was a perfect friend. We wasted many hours just talking, even when we both knew the other had a list of things to do that was just not going to get done as long as we stayed in each other's company. When I needed an edge put on a knife, he would drop what he was doing and sharpen my knife (that would not cut hot butter) to a razors edge. He was a wonderful friend and I will miss him. The smell of leather will always bring back happy memories. Please pray for his family through this time. Cancer sucks.
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