Bobby Glynn Albritton
June 23, 1930 - February 18, 2017
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Kilpatrick Funeral Home Farmerville
202 N. Washington Street
Farmerville, Louisiana 71241
318-368-3025 | Map
Monday 2/20, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Kilpatrick Funeral Home Farmerville
202 N. Washington Street
Farmerville, Louisiana 71241
318-368-3025 | Map
Tuesday 2/21, 2:00 pm
Enterprise Cemetery
Farmerville, LA
Tuesday 2/21

Funeral services for Mr. Bobby Glynn Albritton 86, of Farmerville, LA will be held on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 2:00 P.M. at Kilpatrick Funeral Home Chapel in Farmerville, LA. Officiating will be Rev. Aleck Nyegaard and Rev. J.L. Williams. Visitation will be held Monday, February 20, 2017 from 5:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. at…

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dianna trull left a message on February 21, 2017:
steve , robin and thalia .. i am so sorry for your loss... know that youll are in my prayers
Dennis Frith left a message on February 21, 2017:
I writing this post for a person that is my sister. Although not biological I've know her for well over half of my life and no one holds a more special place in my heart. She married my best friend close to 40 years ago. Neither her or her husband will see this because they don't do FB. That's because they live their lives in a simpler time. They're not much on the latest technology and never have been. They're not worldly never have put much thought into possessions. This is because the way they were raised. Well her father passed away Mr Bob Albritton, one of the most down to earth, God fearing, honest, persons I ever met. I knew who we lovely knew as Cowboy Bob for the past close to 40 years. You see Darrell and Thalia lived beside him and Mrs Joe Ann all these years. He taught Darrell and I how to hunt them delourte bottom deer. Showed us where to put our stands. Showed us where the Albrittons forged the delourte when they came with their horse and wagons well over 100 years ago showed us the history of when the Albrittons settled in Union parish and the first home place. How in the world do you top a lesson like that. Without saying a word he taught us how to love and how to be men. Cowboy taught through example, his God church and family come first. When Mrs Joe Ann passed it was hard on Cowboy and he missed her dearly. Darrell told me one day that he'd been bought to tears because Cowboy s mind had begin to slip a lil, and he'd seen Cowboy riding slowly down the road and Darrell had walked out to see if he could help. When he asked what he was doing Cowboy had looked at him and said he was looking for his wife and he couldn't find her no where. Mrs Joe had been gone for a couple years at this time. What do you say to a man of his character when this happens. How in the world do you address this. I know Darrell better than I know myself and he would have cut one of his arms off, just to give Cowboy an hour with Mrs Joe Ann. Through all them years no matter how hard we tried to get Thalia to stray she stayed grounded and actually grounded Darrell and I. I contribute her ability to do this because of the level of morals and ethics she had. There was no gray area in Cowboy Bob s morals or ethics and there's none in hers because of this. When someone has the commitment to God and family Cowboy Bob and Mrs Joe Ann had, then their offspring has it. This trait has been lost with time among us. Where 90% had it when the Albrittons forged the delourte I doubt if 10% have it now. We have lost one of the greatest men Union parish has ever seen. He not only maintained the level of morals, ethics and standards that the Albrittons brought across that creek and bottom but managed to pass them on by talking the talk and walking the walk without ever once stumbling or varying in the lease. This may not be tough for a week or two but to stay the path for that long is only done by the true to heart believers of this way of life. Thank you Cowboy Bob for letting me hang around and learn from you. Darrell knows you've found Mrs Joe Ann and are in her arms once again and are there for eternity now. Rest in peace I for one do here by swear to do my best to live by and instill in others these traits you shared with me. You left one heck of a guardian in Thalia.
Stephanie Herrmann left a message on February 20, 2017:
Thalia, your love and dedication to both your parents was obvious to all of us who know you. We've seen your struggles, your pain, and your devotion. Your parents are both proud of you and as your coworker and friend I respect and admire the love I've seen you give to your family.
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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