Robert Lee Wootten

Benicia, California

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It has been a tremendous shock to hear of Bob's passing. My heart and thoughts go out to you, Linda, and the rest of the family. Bob was such a friendly, sweet person and I know we will miss him dearly. He was always kind to everyone, and especially to our family. Deepest condolences to you.

Wow,I believe that I won't run into Bob anymore at the store or when he would walk his dog. Life is so fragile. Bob, you were such a nice person and always had a smile or laugh. It was always fun to be around you. Ted and I will miss you. Linda, I don't know what to say to you except we are all going to miss Bob.

Bob made a difference in everyone he met, a very special friend indeed.

Big Meadow will not be the same without Bob. He always had a warm welcome for his neighbors as they arrived. I will miss seeing Bob and Kaci out for their morning walk, and will remember him when I pass that beautiful cabin.

Linda our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family as you find your way through this difficult time. May your love and memories continue to carry your through.

Linda so sorry for the loss of your husband. Bob was a great man. Lovely smile and there for evryone. May God be with you in this sad time. Love and Prays your cousin , Rosemary Fischer

R.I.P Bob, you are truly missed, may you be happy wherever the good Lord has sent you. You maybe gone, BUT not F*O*R*G*O*T*T*E*N

Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.


Robert's Obituary

Robert Lee WoottenNov. 30, 1945 - Feb. 15, 2014Resident of BeniciaRobert Lee Wootten died peacefully surrounded by his family on February 15, 2014. Bob was born in Lodi, grew up in Lafayette, graduated from Acalanes High School and served in the US Navy. Bob worked with his dad at their Berkeley...

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