The family and friends of Bobby Glen Day celebrated his life of 83 years at 11 a.m. on Monday, May 2, 2022, at the First United Methodist Church in Lubbock. His family hosted a time of fellowship and remembrance from 5-7 p.m. on Sunday, May 01, 2022, at his residence in Lubbock. Bobby passed away peacefully in his home on Monday, April 25, 2022, after a lengthy struggle with Parkinson’s disease.
Bobby Glen Day was born Sept. 5, 1938, to Charles Roy Day and Essie Mae Stamps Day in Knox City. Bobby completed high school in Knox City and went on to pursue his lifelong love of sports in basketball at Ranger Junior College. He received his Bachelor of Business Administration from Texas Technological College, now known as Texas Tech University, in 1965. Bobby was a successful real estate investor, broker, farmer and rancher in the West Texas area for over sixty years. He was also a 32nd degree Freemason and was most proud of his work as the President and member of the Board of Directors of the Texas Ranger Association Foundation for more than twenty years.
Survivors include his wife Patsy Day; children Natalie (Taylor) Carmona, Chad (Natalie) Inderman, and Lance (Leann) Inderman; grandchildren Clara Carmona, Wyatt Inderman, Cooper Inderman, Ashlyn Inderman, Ansel Inderman, Ames Inderman, and Archer Inderman; siblings Kenneth Day, Clyde Day, Romaine Day Stubbs and Dessie Day Egenbacher; and many beloved nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by father Charles Roy Day; mother Essie Mae Stamps Day; brothers Hardy Day and Roy Day.
Bobby had a unique sense of humor and could always remember incredibly funny stories to match every occasion. He loved telling them, laughing with his family and friends, and then telling them again. When one of his cherished friends or family members was about to leave his presence, he would chuckle and yell out, “See you in the fall, if at all!”
You are invited to visit www.memorialdesigners.net to view the live-streamed service and sign his virtual guestbook. His Life Tribute, a video of photographs set to his favorite music, is also available.
The family of Bobby Day has designated the Texas Rangers Association Foundation for memorial contributions to be donated in his memory at 104 Texas Ranger Trail, Waco, Texas 76706.
And so, to our beloved Bobby Day, we say, “See you in the fall, if at all.”