Robert Leroy Purdy

January 25, 1951 - April 15, 2022

Robert Leroy Purdy, 71, passed away at his home on April 15, 2022.  Services are pending.  He is under the care of Darst Funeral Home.

Service Information

Please join us for
Bob Purdy’s Celebration of Life gathering.
Sunday, May 1, 2022 any time between 1-430p at:

The Barn at Four Pines Ranch
21101 FM 2100
Crosby, TX 77532

In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to the Lone Star Animal Welfare League at

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12 replies on “Robert Leroy Purdy”

Kevin says:

Thank you Bob. I’ll always remember your guidance, knowledge and most importantly, your friendship

Manny and Ana Prieto says:

Bob, you were always a gentleman, a caring and giving person. I am a better person for having to have known and worked with you. Rest in Peace
Thoughts and Prayers with Marilee and the family

Bahiyyah says:

My heart is saddened – a significant loss for all with whom paths crossed … an honor to have known and worked with him… happy trails Bob… prayers from my heart to the hearts of family and friends

Steve Ortega says:

My heart is broken. Bob was a great mentor, leader and friend. I’m going to miss his words of encouragement , he helped me out thruout my cancer. His Words expressed by him, one tough cowboy.

I’ll forever miss him.

Donnie says:

I am at a loss for words.
I enjoyed our friendship…

David Allen says:

Bob… You were so unselfish, generous and caring as you made such a difference in so many lives. You gave and gave and gave some more. You led by example, with the code you lived by being a real live embodiment of The Cowboy Code. As a leader, you also cast a gigantic shadow in which we all took comfort! You were a man who also truly lived, and in doing that, you taught us so very much! You always set the example and did it naturally. Thank you, Bob. You were, and still are, one of The Best! Godspeed my friend. Always… David

Joann Ramsey says:

Heartbroken, no words can describe what Bob meant to his Continental/United Family. He was a Gentleman thru and thru, my coworker my mentor my boss. But most of all he was my Brother. Forever in my heart and always in my prayers. Gone too soon💔

Russ Smith says:

Bob,you are the most kind and considerate person ive known.Always on the level and thinking things thru.You are a friend that all friends wish they could be .The best boss ive ever had. I’ll be thinking and talking about you for the rest of my life..You will be missed.

Christopher Dan Komorowsky says:

To my good and dear departed friend. I am
Saddened to see you go from this life, but privileged and blessed to have had you as a dear friend and mentor in my life. You were a kind and gentle soul that I will remember you by until our souls hopefully will meet in the distant future. God Speed my friend…

Cindy Z says:

So very sad to learn of Bob’s passing. He was a gentleman in every sense of the word. Those of us at Continental/United who were lucky enough to have worked with him are all the better for having done so.

Fred Feenstra says:

A gentleman who will be missed by everyone who had the pleasure and opportunity to have been associated with him…Marilee and family…so so sorry for your loss

Cellina Stokes says:

My deepest sympathy to the family during this difficult time. I had the pleasure of meeting Bob in 2019 while he served our Kings River community. He was friendly, genuine and sincere from the interactions I had the opportunity to have with him. The swings he kindly got put into the pocket park near me will now forever have a different place in my heart as I see my grand girls and others take pleasure in his work. He will be missed on this side of Heaven.

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