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Barbara "Bobbie" Ann Cullum

May 2, 1940 - September 7, 2020

Bobbie was born May 2, 1940 in the small town of Princeton, Texas. She had six children and was a stay at home mom for most of her days, which was what she enjoyed most in life. While the kids were growing up, the Cullum house was the place to be! Bobbie fed kids every day, all day! The friends of all her kids knew they were always welcome there and she treated each of them like they were her own. She genuinely enjoyed having her house full of kids with their love & laughter (and an occasional fight now & then) but she knew how to handle that too!  Even to this day, the friends (whom all are adults now) still remember the warmth & kindness they were shown by Bobbie (& the great home cooking too!).

Family to Bobbie was always her greatest treasure. She loved every holiday and loved to have as many people as possible in her home. There could never be too many people there in her eyes. Bobbie always lived her life for her kids, grandkids, great grandkids, and extended family. She truly loved them more than life itself and she will be greatly missed by all.

She was preceded in death by her loving parents, E.J. & Bonnie Wright; two wonderful brothers, Winifred Wright and Hershell (Chink) Wright; loving sister, Vernice Martin; grandson, Colby Southard; and great grandson, Johnny Hague.

Bobbie is survived by her husband, Mohamad Rahman; her two sisters and best friends, Erma Herron and husband, Ernie of Santo, Texas and Glynda Davis and husband, Kenneth of Haslet, Texas.  She is also survived by her children, Kenny Southard and wife, Nancy, Tommy Hague and wife, Malinda, Ricky Cullum and wife, Stormy, Toni Selman, Timmy Cullum, and Gina Phillips and husband, Mark; grandchildren, Savannah Southard, Lindsey Southard, Meagan Southard, Arin Padgett, Zachary Hague, T.J. Hague, Derek Cullum, Kendra Cullum, Brooke Selman, Desirae Houser, Jacob Cullum, Justin Cullum, Destiny Cullum, Logan Bolsinger, Cameron Phillips and Aarilynn Phillips; and  many great grandchildren, close family and dear friends.

She will be greatly missed by all that knew her.

A graveside service will be held at 1:00 p.m., Sunday, September 13, 2020, at Wilson Chapel Cemetery, 100 Chapel Lane, Lowry Crossing, Texas 75069.

A “come and go” visitation will be held on Saturday afternoon, September 12, 2020, from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m., at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home Chapel, 2525 Central Expressway North, Allen, Texas 75013.  Only a limited number of guests will be allowed to enter the funeral home facility at any one time to maintain social distancing.

 

 

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A piece of my heart will forever be missing now. My mom was my rock, my confidant, my best friend & my biggest fan. I will cherish all of our special memories we shared & hope they can get me through the coming days. I know you will continue to watch over my family. I love you Mom with all of my heart.. Say “Hi” to Daddy for me. Love, your baby girl, Gina Gina Phillips, September 12, 2020 Our condolences and love are with each of you. We have wonderful memories of Bobbi. She treated everyone like family and her smile would light up a room. She was loved by so many and we all have moments to remember and memories to cherish. Mike & Gayle, September 11, 2020 Our prayers are with all of you during this difficult time. We loved both your parents very much and cherish the wonderful memories of our Colorado vacations. Love to you all. Teresa Townsend Ham , September 10, 2020 Bobbie was my 2nd mom and my friend! We had some of the best times with many, many laughs!! I will never forget our yearly trips to Nashville. I loved her so very much and will miss her forever!! Carrie Thompson, September 10, 2020 We’re so sorry for your loss. You’ll be in our thoughts and prayers. We had many good times with Gene and Bobbie! Tim Townsend, September 10, 2020 Kenny, You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Love always..Dana Dana Vance, September 10, 2020 As a relative of Bobbie's "by marriage" I have to say that it hurts that she's not with us today. For the last 15 years Bobbie and I have bantered and teased each other, and it's been a real pleasure to appreciate her humor and her sensitivity. I love you, Bobbie. Thanks for letting me be part of your life. Joe Joe Ownbey, September 9, 2020 Bobbie was not only my sister, but also my friend, confidant, traveling companion, advisor, encourager, and supporter. I can only hope that the beautiful memories we made will help fill the hole in my heart. My thoughts, prayers, and love go out to her family and everyone who is mourning her loss. Glynda Davis, September 9, 2020 May God hold you in his arms until the pain subsides. We’ve lost an angel here on earth, but we will all see her again one day.. I praise God that she’s a member of our Holt Family, here on earth and a child of God in Heaven... Sincerely, Marthan Anne Holt Nichols Martha Nichols, September 9, 2020 RIP dear Cousin. You will be greatly missed. God be with your family and friends. Beverly Beverly Whisenhunt(Mitchell), September 9, 2020 Best Mom a person could ever hope to have. Her life was her family. Tommy Hague, September 9, 2020