Bobby Lee Agers

January 21, 1955 - April 17, 2015

Bobby Lee Agers, age 60, of Plano, Texas, passed away April 17, 2015. Bobby was born January 21, 1955, in Glasgow, Kentucky, to Cecil and Ruth (Sherfey) Agers. He married Linda Gund on March 23, 1991, in Plano.   Bobby was a teacher and was very dedicated to his profession. He loved his family very much. Bobby enjoyed sports, especially football and basketball and was a big Dallas Cowboys fan. He loved animals and had numerous pets, including dogs, cats, and birds. Bobby proudly served in the United States Army as an Army Ranger.

He is survived by his wife, Linda Agers of Plano, Texas; step-sons, Mitchell Polk of Dallas, Texas and Stephen Polk and wife, Kathy of McKinney, Texas; grandchildren, Kaley Polk and Douglas Guzman, both of McKinney; brothers, Tom Agers of Richardson, Texas and Bill Agers of Dallas, Texas; sisters, Linda Womack and husband, James of Troup, Texas, Sue Hudgens of Liberty City,Texas, Kim Rios and husband, Jim of McKinney, Texas and Nicky McKinney of Longview, Texas; and numerous other loving relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers, Denny Agers and Randy Agers, and sister, Cindy Agers.

A memorial service will be held at 4:00 p.m., Wednesday, April 22, 2015, at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Chapel in Allen, Texas.

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Bobby was a wonderful mentor to me when I taught with him at Armstrong MS in Plano. He always believed I was a talented teacher and really helped to build my confidence in myself as I began my career. Such a good man and a good soul. Love you, Coach! Jeff Bottrell, June 5, 2015 RIP Coach Agers , I have fond memories of him from the history class he taught with Ms Nowlin, and he was famous for his one liners during football practice. Great Teacher, Coach, and Man! Prayers for his family. Rodger T Fauci , May 30, 2015 I kept looking at my clock till time of service, I wanted to be there for bobby and all the family, I just want all of you to know ,I love each one and praying for comfort for you all, cathy j hawkins, April 22, 2015 Bobby Agers was my football and basketball coach at Armstrong Middle School. He will be missed and Thank you for helping me as youth. RIP Coach Agers George Leonard Spencer III, April 22, 2015 Do the right thing because its the right thing to do! Just one of Bobby every day quotes. RIP Mr. Agers Cathy Diggs, April 22, 2015 Bobby Agers was our son's football coach many years ago at Armstrong Middle School. He was a kind man who really cared about those football players and his students. We still talk about him occasionally at family gatherings. Brian was very fond of him. He was a good man. He cared for many kids over the years. Now Bobby, you will be the angels' coach and the best they've ever had! Prayers are with Linda and your family. Fondly, Wanda Trotta, April 22, 2015 Mr. Agers was one of my favorite teachers who always had a smile and was always happy. I'll never forget that smile or laugh. He is amazing and will forever live on in our hearts. I know he's in heaven with the angels. Alyssa McAdams, April 21, 2015 Uncle Buck, I will miss you so much. I loved the times when we watched movies together and passed the time during the weekends. Every moment will not be forgotten. You always made me laugh with your funny comments but you could be serious at the same time. You will always have a special place in my heart. I love you, Uncle Bucky! Suni Montenegro, April 21, 2015 Bobby Agers was my brother,as well as my best friend.We went through many things together growing up but we always stayed strong.God said he would't put no more on us than we could stand .Even though he has left us now,we will one day meet up with him on the other side He was an awesome teacher that went the extra mile with all his students. We love him dearly and proud to call him my brother.. Sue Ann Hudgins, April 21, 2015 RIP Uncle Bobby Robert Hudgins, April 21, 2015 I remember every morning, first one there, coaching or getting ready for the day. He was such a kind soul. And I'll never forget how happy he was when he met Linda. You were his angel, and now he is yours. Prayers going out to you and your family Linda. Shelly Combs, April 20, 2015 My nickname growing up at Ager's Christmas gatherings was "Little Buck" named after my uncle Bobby. My family is praying. Ever praying. Tracey McKinney & family West Virginia, April 18, 2015