Joey Dobbs PDF Print E-mail

Joey Elmer Dobbs, 65, of Prosperity, died Thursday, January 5, 2012, at his residence.

Born on June 1, 1946, in Plant City, FL, he was a son of the late James and Edith Perry Dobbs. He was an Army veteran and a retired drywaller.

Mr. Dobbs is survived by his wife, Lois Crawford Dobbs; a son, Johnny Eugene Kirkland; a sister, Joanne Atkins and brothers, David Dobbs and Jimmy Dobbs.

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#5 diamond kirkland 2015-02-01 15:44
Hey Dobbs family I know I haven't seen or spoke to y'all since I was little but I'm joeys granddaughter that he raised I would really like to get back in touch with family hope u get this because I really don't know how to get in touch thanks diamond Kirkland dobbs
 
 
#4 diamond kirkland 2013-09-04 14:50
joey was like a dad to me he helped raise me I am his step granddaughter but we never thought of each other as step my heart sank I love you papa rest in peace
 
 
#3 Kevin Addy 2012-01-07 21:11
I just want to say how sorry I am for your loss. Joey was a great friend to me and my dad Earl. He was one of the most honest men I have ever known and I enjoyed every second that I got to spend with him. I will truly miss my friend. If I can help you guys in any way just let me know. In closing I just want to tell big Joey that I love ya man and you were a great Guy. God bless you all. Kevin Addy.
 
 
#2 Billy & Edith Morris 2012-01-07 19:51
Mrs. Lois & family,
We were so sorry to hear of Mr. Joey's passing. I know that you do not know us personally, but we are the folks that live directly behind you. We're on Big Creek Road.. Again our deepest sympathy.
Billy & Edith Morris
 
 
#1 Darlene Dobbs Sutton 2012-01-06 14:41
Lois, Eugene and Family;

I just received a call telling me about Joey's passing. My heart is broken. I know it's been along time since we have talked, but I thought of Joey often, as I do with all of my family. We may not have grown up with each other, none of which was our fault, but I will miss you dear brother everyday, until our family can be together again. You were so tall Joey, and I was so small, I had to look up at you when we were little children, I will continue to look up at you in heaven...I will miss you, and I love you.

All of you are in my prayers, and I am sorry for yours and all of our loss.

Love, Darlene Dobbs Sutton