Bobbie Gann

Bobbie Gann

May 21, 1940 - February 23, 2016

Bobbie Gann

May 21, 1940 - February 23, 2016


Bobbie Gann, age 75, passed away Tuesday, February 23, 2016 at St. Thomas West in Nashville, Tennessee.

In loving memory of the most wonderful and dedicated mother and grandmother. A beautiful lady with a beautiful soul, a big heart and winning smile, loved by all whoever met her. Her kindness knew no boundaries, an unconditional love for all.
Good bye may seem forever, farewell is like the end, but in our hearts you will remain until we are together once again.

Bobbie is survived by: her brother: Earl Neal Cox; daughters: Elizabeth Frances McBath & Lori Lynn Staggs; son: Homer Lee Gann; and grandchildren: Chaneine Marie McBath and Kara Nichole Speakman.

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6 responses to Bobbie Gann

  1. Homer Gann says:

    I am her son and I just won’t to say my heart is broken for I have lost my mother she was a very special person to me as a child I remember her taking her food from her plate to give us so we would be full her smile her laugh I miss the most from a little tiny sip to a little tiny bite I mom I miss you so much and love you so much one day we will be together again and I will get to give you a tiny little sip and tiny little bite again God be with you i love you mom know and forever your son bo.

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  4. Sandra Wyatt says:

    I am so sorry for the loss of Ms. Gann, she will be missed by them. I didn’t know her very well but I knew her daughter, Liz. Liz is the most caring person and would do anything for anyone and I’m sure Ms. Gann was like that too. She may have suffered here on earth but she is all well and beautiful in Heaven with our loving God. Sandra Wyatt

  5. Such a wonderful, kind, thoughtful woman with unending dedication and love for her family. She is truly an inspiration. Thinking of you all and keeping you in my prayers.

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