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Bobbie Henry Miller Jr

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Bobbie Henry Miller Jr

Place of birth: Beaumont

Bobbie was born on June 13, 1955, in Beaumont, TX.  He grew up in the small town of Kountze, TX, graduating from Kountze High School.  He went on to join the military to serve his country.  He took great pride in his country and was a true patriot.  Bobbie was a hard working man that enjoyed his job.  He was a jack of all trades working in numerous fields, traveling around the United States and other parts of the world.   In  most recent years he worked as an Environmental Fire and Safety Specialist for Total Safety at the Valero plant located in Aruba, where he lived for  ten years prior to falling ill.  Bobbie enjoyed spending his spare time playing golf, playing his multiple guitars, singing and writing music, and was a very talented artist.  He was a man of many names, but the two names people knew him most as was Cowboy and Boa Bob.  He became the infamous Boa Bob while catching boa constrictor’s that had become a nuisance in Aruba.  He would cook the snake in various ways and would make unique jewelry and other accessories from the skins.  Bobbie was also well known for his beautiful wire art that he would fiddle with to pass time.  He was most known for his exaggerated story telling, his infectious laughter, smile and his vibrant personality.  Bobbie did not meet a stranger and if he called you his friend, you were considered family.  
Bobbies is survived in life by his daughter Merida Irene Rodriguez, son-in-law Patrick Rodriguez, and  grandchildren Krystina (14y) and Sonny (6y);  daughter Myma Diane Cabrera, son-in-law Jesus Cabrera, and grandchildren Annecity (4y), Sarah (19mos), and Diana (1mo),  daughter Texas Cerrie-Jewell Miller and granddaughter Sophia (3mos), son Craig Thomas (CT) Olson, daughter  Patriciann (Trish) Woodard and grandson Daniel (4y), brother Alan Miller and wife Kris Miller, sister Jeanne Challie and husband Steve Challie and numerous nieces and nephews. He leaves behind many friends and family that will miss him dearly.  Bobbie is preceded in death by his parents Bobbie Henry Miller Sr. and Nancy Irene Miller of Kountze, TX.

Funeral Notice Detail

Bobbie Henry. Miller Jr., 61,  of Kountze, TX,  passed away peacefully at his home on Tuesday, April 18, 2017.  While on a trip home for the Christmas holidays, he fell ill, later to be diagnosed with advanced, terminal lung cancer.  Bobbie fought a torturous battle with the horrible disease, but kept his sense of humor and faith until the very end.  He is now at peace with our Lord and Savior, free of pain and suffering. There will be a celebration of his life held at the Outlaw Bible Church in Orange Texas.  A special thank you to his good friend Ralph (Boa) Zampini for offering his services and church.

A Memorial Service will be held at

Outlaw Bible Church

2005 FM 408

Orange , TX 77630

On: Apr 29, 2017 — At: 4:00 PM

1 Response

  • Marie Gravesande On

    My deepest condolence for the loss of your dear loved one. I did not know Mr. Miller but he appears as if he was a wonderful person and valiant 'Boa Bob' I like that. ‘May, our Lord Jesus Christ himself and God our Father, who loves us and gave everlasting comfort and good hope, comfort your heart and make you firm’ in your grief and recovery. 2 Thessalonians 2: 16,17

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