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Robert "Bob" W. Thurgood

March 19, 1963 - February 12, 2020

Robert “Bob” W. Thurgood of Allen, Texas passed away February 12, 2020 at the age of 56.  He was born on March 19, 1963 to William and Ruth Thurgood.  Bob and his beloved wife, Sharon, had a collaborative and caring marriage of 37 years that was based on mutual support and a deep love for each other. He is a proud and gracious father to his three daughters, along with being an attentive and affectionate Grandpa to his three grand daughters. He was the founder and CEO of H2O Plumbing and Hot Water Systems for over two decades as well as Best Services. Bob was an active member of both the Dallas and Tarrant County Apartment Associations. Through all of this, he was a devoted member of St. Jude. Catholic Church.

Bob dedicated his life to the success and accomplishments of his family and friends. His legacy continues through his acts of service and mentorship. He immersed himself in every one of his relationships and was a pillar in each of his many communities. While showing respect to everyone he encountered on his journey, he listened to and treated everyone as an equal. Bob passionately approached everything he did with an inspiring zest for life.

Bob is survived by his beloved wife, Sharon; daughters, Erin, Megan and Sarah, as well as their spouses, Matthew and John-David; granddaughters, Ashlyn, Annslee and Elliette; Mother, Ruth; sisters, Diane, Susan and Nancy; numerous beloved family members and a host of cherished friends.

He rejoins by his father, William; sister, Dawn; and brother Edward.

Bob will be missed, but never forgotten.

A funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m., with a reception to follow, Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at St. Jude Catholic Church, 1515 North Greenville Avenue, Allen, Texas 75002. Interment is to follow at Plano Mutual Cemetery in Plano, Texas. The family will receive friends during a visitation Monday evening from 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home, 2525 Central Expressway North, Allen, Texas 75013.

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Prayers go out to the family. Bob was an awesome man and will be truly missed by all. Debra Biggs, February 19, 2020 Our condolences go out to you and your family. There are no words that will make you feel better. One thing I can imagine he left good memories. Indeed he was our back bone in the apartment industries. We will miss him dearly. May the lord Jesus Christ bless you and provide the comfort you need. I’ll be praying for you and for your healing recovery. God Bless You Respectfully yours Elizabeth /Class A Management
Elizabeth Gonzalez, February 18, 2020 Sending love and sympathy, God Bless Bobby! Lillian Thurgood Prieto , February 17, 2020 I worked with Bob as a supplier to his HVAC needs. I was saddened to hear of his passing. I can't say I had a personal relationship with Bob outside of work, but I believe that we did have a relationship that was more than just the average supplier /contractor. I am thankful for knowing Bob and he always and forever will be considered a friend. May God Bless you all.
Bob Howey, February 17, 2020 I met Bob twelve years ago and my life has been better knowing him. His work was his bond and he was the most unselfish man I know. He would do anything he could for a friend and I saw it happen many times over. There just aren't many like him around any longer and the people that knew him will miss him dearly. My thoughts and prayers go out to Sharon and his family. I know that their life is going to have a very big void in it but rest assured he will be watching over the. So long my friend and I will see you on the other side. Rocky Reynolds, February 17, 2020 R.I.P to one of the greatest persons I have ever known with the biggest heart. I am very thankful for the opportunity of working with Bob At H2O. Bob was certainly missed after he retired from H2O and that place was not the same. Godspeed ~ until we meet again For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven: a time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up what is planted; a time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up; a time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance; a time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing; ... Rhonda Lane-Harris, February 17, 2020 You will be missed and I wish we could've been there... Love you and miss you... Dylan and Melissa Wehnes, February 17, 2020 Bob was a wonderful partner for TriPro. We will miss his good humor and patience, TriPro Team Eric Conner, February 17, 2020 I only knew Bob for a short 6 months, but in that time I got to know him as skilled, witty, and reliable. He was always there when I called. What a great guy. I just want to send my condolences to the family. You are truly in my prayers. With all love and respect, Shauntaya Fuqua -Colonial Apartments Shauntaya Fuqua, February 17, 2020 Bob my friend you were a kind hearted smart fun loving person. I enjoyed our conversations you will be missed. Family you are loved and have friends you may not know are there for you. Feel free to reach out I will always help any way I can. Love Rob Biesel Rob Biesel, February 17, 2020 I work for John Osborn, Bob's long time friend and CPA. Every time I saw Bob's caller ID on our phone I was quick to pick up. He was always lighthearted, funny, kind and encouraging. After we had solved the problem or figured out the answer to his question or need, he would say "That's just what I needed, now go ahead and take the rest of the day off!:-)". He loved his family and friends SO much. He was generous to a fault. I'm sure last Tuesday he heard, "Well done, good and faithful servant". See you soon, my friend. Tracy Welborn, February 17, 2020 You all have been and will continue to be in our thoughts and prayers. Julia and Rusty Shelton, February 16, 2020 Bob was an amazing, fun and knowledgeable guy who always made me laugh and taught me something every time I saw him. Ken Barjam, February 16, 2020 Going to miss you terribly. Tell. ANGEL. I Luv Her. Love forever. Becky &. Allen. Wilson. Becky & angel& allen wilson, February 16, 2020 I will never forget your warm smile and your helpful nature. Gone much too soon. May the Lord hold your family close. You will be missed. Sinda Golem , February 16, 2020 Our deepest condolences for Bob’s beautiful family. You were such a great man always there for your family and friends. Will always remember your smile and your kindness. Gone to soon, You will be missed. May you Rest In Peace in God’s loving arms. Heaven gained a special Angel today. Flying high in the fast lane, So thankful for the time our family’s shared together. Godspeed Bob Don and Debbie King, February 15, 2020 I got to know Bob and Sharon while coaching girls softball and Megan was on our team. Bob jumped in and helped us be successful. He was a great guy to be around and I know he will be missed by so many. One of the things I remember is that he always knew it was me when I phoned. Apparently I was the only one who called him Robert. God speed Robert. Prayers for your wonderful family.
Rich Krekeler , February 15, 2020 I'm so sorry for your loss. Bob was a great guy and friend to everybody. I know his influence and concern for others was as genuine as any man I ever met. He will never be replaced or forgotten. Brian Lowe , February 15, 2020 Had met Bob 7 years ago and every property I worked I always call Bob for our rescue doing a wonderful job you will be missed R.I.P.
Dolores Silva, February 15, 2020 Bob was a caring and loving guy. He loved his family, and his friends as well. It's been a while since I actually seen Bob, I will never forget his warm and funny side. He and His wife Sharon and myself met shooting pool. we had some awesome times together . RIP my friend Barbara Barnes, February 15, 2020 An amazing man and friend! The best and most honorable man I have met. Sincere condolences to Sharon and the family. God Bless and God speed!
Christine Stephens-Astra Residential, February 15, 2020 Until we see each other again, Rest In Paradise. We love you.
Logan Graff, February 15, 2020
I met bob 10 years ago in Burkett Tx . Since then we became good friends and worked together on many projects. He would settle for nothing less than perfection. Bob, my family and I will miss you. God bless you and your family.
Robert and Katy wells, February 15, 2020 Such a great guy gone way too soon. Heaven gained an amazing angel for sure. RIP Bob. You are dearly missed already. Veanessa Honeycutt, February 14, 2020 Bob...you will be missed. So many memories for the last 35 years with you and Sharon. Hugs to Sharon and your family. Karen Miller Neppl, February 14, 2020 So sad to hear of your passing, SO blessed to have known you. You are MUCH to MANY and Everything to a special few. God’s speed my friend.
Terry Nash, February 14, 2020 I am the manager at Harvestree Apartments and I worked for years with Bob when he was at H2O. He was a really great person and we will miss him. My thoughts and prayers are with all of his family. Sandy Rocka, February 14, 2020 I can’t believe you're gone. You will be missed very much! Thank you for your friendship!! Rest In Peace.
Theresa Lewis, February 14, 2020 Bob will be sorely missed. GEOFF BANKS, February 14, 2020 I am so heartbroken for your loss. Bob was a good friend and brother to me for so many years. I pray for your healing and all of your families. I love you all, Wes Wes Hart , February 14, 2020 A great business competitor, colleague and friend. Pat Sutherland, February 14, 2020 Heaven opened the gates, far too soon, for the greatest of men. Bob Thurgood. The best neighbor anybody could ask for- 20 years of chats over the fence and lending a helping hand. Our hearts are broken for his family and loved ones. Bob - we will always see you across the fence and driving down the street, windows down- free You will always be in our hearts and so very missed. See you again great neighbor and friend! Love,
Steve and Marietta Sterling , February 14, 2020