Bobbie Shelton Leck, 59, of Alvarado, Texas, went home to the Lord on May 16, 2022, with her dog Missy by her side.
Bobbie was born to Edith Fern (Knowles) and Floyd George Muncy on Jan. 9, 1963, in Kaufman, Texas. Bobbie met the love of her life, Jerry Wayne Leck, and they married July 19, 2003. Together they raised their daughter, Ashley Nicole. While they did not always see eye to eye, Bobbie and Ashley shared a close relationship. She was overjoyed about the recent arrival of her grandson, Sterling Wayne. She lit up at the thought of being a grandma.
Bobbie also loved animals, especially dogs.
Bobbie is preceded in death by her parents, Edith and Floyd Muncy and her brother, James Floyd Garn Jr. She leaves behind to cherish her memory her loving husband, Jerry Leck; daughter, Ashley Nicole Taylor and husband Chris; grandson, Sterling Wayne Taylor; step-grandchildren, Kallie Denise Taylor and Tyberius Lee Taylor; sisters, Pat Wise and husband Don, Loretta Bearden and husband Wayne, Patsy Whitburn and husband, Richard; brothers-in-law, Ernie Leck and wife, Verna, and Charles Leck; nephew, Michael Garn, great-nephew Phillip Garn; niece, Christy Jones; great-niece, Breanna Lorenz; great-nephew, Ty Jones; and numerous extended family and friends.
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