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Bobby Dean Teague

1934 - 2015 Obituary Condolences
Bobby Dean Teague Obituary

12/8/1934 - 10/7/2015

Bob was born in Mt. Pleasanton, Texas. He was the son of Otis and Leona Teague. He was one of nine children. Four brothers and four sisters. His surviving sisters are: Wynn Schottenkorb, Lynn Nelson, Peggy Graef and brother: Ken Teague (Sarah). The family struggled to make a living from the barren land, but Bob learned how to work hard and prosper in the face of hardships.

From Texas, Bob moved to Oregon and raised his family. Bob was a heavy equipment operator when St. Helens blew and after helping clean that mess up, he moved to Truckee in 1981. He spent a lot of time exploring the Sierra Mountains and lakes. In 1996, he moved to Yuba City. He left to join the Long Shoremans Union, retired after 10 years and returned to Yuba City.

One of Bob's greatest attributes was his quick wit and infectious sense of humor. He loved to laugh and make others laugh, especially in trying times.

Bob lived life to the fullest. In his early years, he was an avid hunter and fisherman, putting to use the skills he had learned growing up in Texas. Bob loved to bowl, play cards, play golf and got very good at metal detecting. He had the preverbal "Green Thumb" in his garden and canned and preserved much of what he raised and shared the harvest with so many people.

In the last years of his life, Bob was active in the Faith Lutheran Church and made many friends through his activities in the Sons In Retirement.

Anyone that called Bob a friend, had a true friend. He was easy to love and endeared himself to a wide variety of people. He will definitely leave a void in many lives and his smile will be greatly missed.

Bob passed on in the comfort of his home with his longtime companion, Helen Sousa, and his loving cat, Sherman, by his side.

Bob is survived by a son, Kevin Teague and his family. Bob had several nieces, nephews and grandchildren that loved him.

A Celebration of Bob's Life will take place at Faith Lutheran Church in Marysville on Saturday, October 31, 2015, at 11:00 AM.

Bob requested that any gifts in his name be given to Faith Lutheran Church, Bread for the World (http://www.bread.org) or Shriners.

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Published in Appeal Democrat from Oct. 15 to Oct. 17, 2015
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