Bobby Wayne Kellum, 61, of Alvin, Texas, left this earth, bound for Heaven on January 30, 2018 at his residence.

Memorial services will be 11:00 a.m. Saturday, February 17, 2018 at the Evergreen Cemetery Chapel near Percilla, Texas with Rev. Donald W. Pryor officiating.

Bob was born February 4, 1956 in Houston to parents Lloyd and Lena May Tate Kellum.

He lived most of his life in Alvin, Texas. He worked for Weatherford International for 28 years as a dispatcher in the Pearland office. Though he had a difficult work schedule, he enjoyed his job.

Bob was preceded in death by his mother, Lena May Kellum in January of 2017 and a step-son, J. L. Campbell in November of 2013.

To Bob; his granddaughters Kaitlyn and Olivia hung the sun, moon and stars. Their joy was his joy. They were the pride of his life. Watching them grown into the talented young girls they are today filled him with wonderment. He always had a new story of their latest accomplishments, for accomplished they are.

Bob’s wife Dianne took care of their home and Bob for 32 years. A wife married 32 years knows her husband as well as herself. Dianne along with good friends and neighbors, Brenda and Barry Morrison took care of Bob in his last days of life. No one could have cared for him with so much love as Dianne, Brenda and Barry. The Kellum family thanks them for the love that was shown to Bob.

Bob will be remembered for his deep voice, recognizable anywhere, his love of family and strong work ethic. Bob will be missed by us all, but he is with his mother, stepson and the rest of his family now; this is a great comfort to our family.

Left to cherish his memory is his wife Linda Dianne Kellum; stepson Scott Campbell and wife Margie; granddaughters, Kaitlyn and Olivia Campbell; a daughter-in-law, Sandy Campbell; his father, Lloyd Kellum; a sister, Peggy Kellum.

Floral arrangements should be delivered to Capps Memorial Chapel – 113 E. College – Fairfield, TX  75840

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