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BOBBY DEESE
BOBBY DEESE
Visitation: none
Service: Private
Interment: Private later date
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Obituary:
Bobby Kenneth Deese, 76, of Kannapolis, passed away Monday afternoon, July 9, 2018, at his home, following a brief illness.

Born April 10, 1942, in Cabarrus County, Bobby was a son of the late Bob Hurley Deese and Cynthia Agnes Perry Deese. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Betty Bost Deese, a son, Gregory Scott Deese, and a brother, Billy Dean Deese.

A graduate of A.L. Brown High, Bobby had retired after more than 40 years of faithful service from Canon Mills. He enjoyed his family, motorcycles, cars and shooting pool. A loving father, brother and grandfather, Mr. Deese will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him.

Family members with fond memories include his son, Brian Deese and wife, Angela; his brothers, Rick Deese, Michael Deese and Roger Deese and wife, Anna; his grandsons, Kenneth Scott Deese and Brandon Wayne Deese; and nieces and nephews.

Private services will be held at a later date.

On-line condolences may be made at www.whitleysfuneralhome.com

Whitley’s Funeral Home is serving the Deese family.
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From: Dolon Peete
"So sorry to hear of your loss. As the days go pass may you experience the love of our heavenly Creator Jehovah God as he strengthen you and your family to get through this trying time. (Psalms 83:18) Remember he loves your loved one also and has promised to get rid of sickness and death forever and by means of his son Jesus Chirst, bring back to life our loved ones. (Revelation 21:4; John 5:28,29) Please accept my deepest condolence jw.org website for more encouragement."
 
From: Joyce lvey
"I am sorry for the loss of your Dad, Brian and Angela and for all the Deese family. Bobby was a good man and l know he will be missed. May God give you comfort as you go through this difficult time."
 
From: Pat Eugene Winchester
"Bobby and I became friends in the 7th grade at Woodrow Wilson SCHOOL.He offered me a fireball on the playground. We have been friends ever since then. We have had some good times over the years at the beach and mountains. I am so sorry for all of the families loss of Bobby. He was a very special person and he will never ever be forgotten."