Bobby Bragan

1917 - 2010


Bobby Bragan, 92, passed away Thursday, Jan. 21, 2010. Memorial service: 11 a.m. Wednesday at First United Methodist Church of Fort Worth. Interment: Greenwood Memorial Park. A reception will be held immediately following the memorial service in Wesley Hall. Memorials: In Bobby's remembrance,...

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Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever.

Bobby was one of the finest human beings I ever had the good fortune to
meet. I will miss him and his baseball
stories. His kindness to me will never
be forgotten.

Even though I moved last year, and hadnt seen you in awhile, you will never be forgotten, for your smile, your laughter, and your dedication to helping the youth of today know someone cared and believed in them..With a heart like yours Bobby, theres no doubt in my mind that you have your own special spot in Heaven!! you will be missed!!

Bobby had many dinners at my mothers dinner table when his Spokane team was in Portland Oregon to play ball. He told many stories and I recall being glued to our chairs listening to the tales. He always mentioned his wife Gwen and his kids. He had lived across the street from my grandparents in Seattle during the war years. Enjoying my grandmothers fresh baked bread. Bobby held a special place in our hearts for a very long time. Our sincere condolences to his family. Barb Mitchell (Boozer)

To Bobby:
You are a special friend to our family....Our love to your family. We always hear you singing and telling us those famous funny stories.
Judi and Karl Wighaman (Houston,Texas)

Cissy, Perry, Jim, Marlene, and family: Bobby was a special man. He was very kind to Greg and me. I still have the keyring that I got from him when he told a joke in the Wesley Bible SS class over 20 years ago. We thought about our friendship with Roberta and him especially when Roberta was sick. Take care and know that you all are in our prayers. Bobby will be missed. Lots of hugs,sympathy, and love,

Our daughter was one of 2009 BBYF Scholarship winners. I feel sorry that this year's finalists will not have the opportunity to meet Mr. Bragan. Meeting and hearing him play the piano, sing old church hymns, and tell some of his stories made the scholarship presentations so meaningful. Our family was saddened to hear of his death. His memory will live on for many years to come due to his generosity and all the lives he has positively touched.


BOBBY was the "real deal".!

Personally,he was a True Friend,a mentor and a hero all roled into one.

He was the most giving and generous man i have EVER met.
He was a leader and example for ALL of us to emulate.

Bobby ALWAYS said to us in meetings, individually and at our board gatherings, "that it DID NOT matter what kind of home we lived in, what kind of car we drove, or how much $$ we had in the bank -- but what...

Such a gentle, honorable man whom I shall always remember.