Bobbie Sullivan

Bobbie Sullivan, 87 of Waco, passed away Tuesday, June 23rd at her residence.

Service Information:

Visitation:  6:00 to 8:00 PM Monday, June 29, 2020 at Lake Shore Funeral Home.

Rosary: 7:15 PM Monday at Lake Shore Funeral Home.

Bobbie Sullivan was born November 19, 1932 in Waco to Roy and Ella V. Romine. She was a devoted parent to her children and saw them grow successful in their own lives. Her family loved the time she gave to them and cherished her caring attitude and support as their perfect mother. This love was enhanced with her grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Her traits will be passed on through them.

Besides being a full time parent, she gave time to the church and also the American Red Cross. If asked, Mrs. Sullivan would give of herself to friends and relatives in need at any given time.

Bobbie worked for 1st National Bank, and played on their baseball team. She loved baseball. She was always upbeat and made others feel better about themselves. Happy in baseball, and happy for people. She was a winner.

Bobbie was preceded in death by her parents; brothers Gene Romine and Jimmy Romine; and sister Treleta Romine.

Survivors include her husband, Gene Sullivan; daughters Cynthia Keeth and husband Randy, Dianne Passek and Lisa Neckar; step-daughters Brenda Roberts and husband Randal, and Terry Sherman; grandchildren Josh, Rachel, Chelsea, Mallory, and Cassidy; and great-grandchild Kylar.

The family would like to offer a special thank you to Scott & White Hospice, Este Clark, and Rolanda Palin.

Place of Service: Lake Shore Funeral Home , 5201 Steinbeck Bend; Waco, TX 76708



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  1. Baylor Scott & White Hospice

    Dear Sullivan Family,
    The Baylor Scott & White Hospice team would like to extend to you our deepest sympathy. It was an honor to care for Mrs. Sullivan and please know you are in our thoughts and prayers.

  2. Rick & Lisa Barlow

    Beautiful Lady, with a Beautiful Family that she was very Proud of. Our bodies wear out with time but we know she’s in a better place now. May God be with all Loved Ones.

  3. Sammie Compton

    My prayers of comfort go out to all the family for your loss. May the Lord bring you peace at this very difficult time.

  4. Denise and Gerald Brannon

    Gerald and Denise Brannon
    we love our Lisa and we were able to attend her gatherings. That is where we were able to meet this very beautiful and sweet woman. She was always so sweet and kind. We thank the Lord we were able to know her. Our prayers to the family.

  5. Marilynn Sustala

    Don and I have fond memories of Bobbie, Gene and family during all our fun days at Village Oak neighborhood, especially the pool. Bobbie and Gene were always generous about sharing their beautiful home. Thinking of you all during this time with love. Don and Marilynn Sustala

  6. Steve and Lynne Maggard

    Our deepest sympathy and may God Bless.

    Steve & Lynne Maggard

  7. Marguerite Henriksen

    My deepest sympathies and prayers are sent to you. Please know that our loving savior is always with you at all
    times . i pray that you’ll find comfort in the shared memories, thoughts and prayers from your family , friends
    and acquaintances. Lisa. my thoughts and prayers are in my heart. Marguerite and Larry Henriksen

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