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Bobby Gene Crossno, Jr. March 28, 1959 ~ June 25, 2012

Bobby Gene Crossno, Jr., 53 of West Fork passed away Monday, June 25, 2012 in Fayetteville.  He was born March 28, 1959 in Fort Smith, the son of Bobby Gene, Sr. and Mary Jackson Crossno.

He was a Christian and Service Technician for Business Machine Systems; also served in the United States Navy and his passion was Civil War Re-enacting/Living History.

Survivors include his girlfriend, Sharon Beardslee of the home;  3~children, Bobbie Jo Morris and husband, Donny of Vian, OK, Amber Segur of Fort Smith and Bobby Gene Crossno, III of West Fork; 4~grandchildren; Dalton Morris, Brittanie Morris, Destiny Segur and Dylan Segur; 1-step-son, Casey Reagan of West Fork; 1~brother, Sammy Crossno of Fort Smith; 4~sisters, Sandra Crossno and Loretta Guthrie both of Fort Smith, Dorothy Crossno of Oklahoma and Angela Crossno of Charleston; several nieces and nephews and many beloved friends.

Funeral Services will be at 10:00 AM Saturday, June 30, 2012 at Southside Free Will Baptist Church in Fort Smith. Burial will be in Antioch Cemetery near Booneville.

Visitation will be Friday from 5~7 PM at Beard’s Funeral Chapel in Fayetteville.

Pallbearers will be Chris Carlile, Jason Fitzhugh, Cory Eubanks, William Segur, Casey Reagan and Rob Dubrey.

Online condolences :www.beardsfuneralchapel.com

 

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    Phil Pickett » 26. Jun, 2012

    Bobby will be dearly missed by me and his “family” at Business Machines Systems. He was a great person, added humor to every situation, and was a great co-worker and technician. I cannot express in words what he meant to me.

    With the deepest sorrow!

    Phil

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    Name » 26. Jun, 2012

    So sorry for your loss. I met Bobby through Sharon when we were co-workers, and he was a great guy. My thoughts and condolences are with you all.

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    Vicky Cole » 26. Jun, 2012

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    Vicky Cole » 26. Jun, 2012

    I am so sorry for your loss. I met Bobby through Sharon when we were co-workers. He was a great guy. My thoughts and condolences are with you all.

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    Tammy Sisemore » 26. Jun, 2012

    Amber and Bobby, so sorry to hear. My thoughts and prayers are with you!

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    Lois » 26. Jun, 2012

    Sorry to hear about this. I’m not listed was a sister, but Bobby has been my brother for 52 years. I love him very much & know he loves me. If anything is needed let me know. His older littlest sister.Lois

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    Christie Barker » 27. Jun, 2012

    I haven’t seen Bobby in yrs. but I always liked him & thought of him & his family often. Bobby loved life & loved his children dearly. May you R.I.P. Bobby. And to the family, friends & girlfriend, my thought’s & prayer’s are with you all. May GOD give you comfort in the tough days to come.

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    Julie Bowers » 27. Jun, 2012

    Bobby and I worked on many projects together through Business Machines Systems. He was a good friend and I will miss him very much! My prayers are with his family and Sharon. He was such a fun and loving person with a positive attitude and a great outlook on life. I feel very blessed to have known him.

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    Washington County Archives » 28. Jun, 2012

    Sorry for your loss, Bobby was a very good technician, we always enjoyed seeing him when he came to our office. He will be missed by all. Judy & Tony

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    Waneta B Wilson » 28. Jun, 2012

    My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends at this time. I knew Bobby so long ago. He was a wonderful man. He will be missed by his many, many friends, and family. His grandchildren will never get to know the extent of his love and guidance. Amber, Bobby, I love you both and you are in my thoughts today.

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    Larry Reynolds » 28. Jun, 2012

    So sorry to hear of Bobby’s death. He was a fine gentelman, one of the best. I worked with Bobby
    at Business Machines Sys. he was a great technican, very smart, always had an answer for any
    problem. The last time I saw Bobby in Farmington on a visit there, we shared a pizza. We had
    such a great time talking about the “old days” and about his family. I will miss him dearly, I am
    proud to have known him and call him my friend.
    Good bye old buddy.
    Larry Reynolds

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    Thea Jackson » 29. Jun, 2012

    Sharon, you will always be in my prayers. I will never forget the time Bobby sat the airport with my mother and two kids and kept them under his wings even though the flight didn’t make it back to Fort Smith until 5 in the morning. He never complained on bit about it and that’s all I heard from my mother how wonderful he was to do that for her and the girls. It will be a long hard road but you will make it down that road because I have all the faith in the world that the lord will watch over you and the kids. You Sharon know you will always have a friend in me and my family.
    Love you,
    Mary, Thea, Cassidy Jackson and Blythe Roberson

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    CAROLE ZICCARDI » 29. Jun, 2012

    SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS,BOBBY WAS A GREAT PERSON AND A VERY LOVING FATHER AND GRANDFATHER, HE WAS ALWAYS HAPPY AND SMILING WHEN WE RAN INTO EACH OTHER MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH THE FAMILY

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    Susan Crossno Blount » 29. Jun, 2012

    Sorry to hear of Bobby’s passing. His family is in my thoughts and prayers!

    Susan Crossno Blount

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    Martha Crossno Kilfoyle » 29. Jun, 2012

    Sorry to hear that Bobby’s passing. He will be greatly missed. The family is in my thoughts and prayers.

    Martha Crossno Kilfoyle

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    Susan Crossno Blount » 29. Jun, 2012

    I am so sorry to hear this sad news. Bobby will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

    Susan Crossno Blount

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    Mary Jackson-Davis » 29. Jun, 2012

    Bobby, you were my best friend growing up. I have so many fond memories of you, our mutual love of cinnamon toast & Aunt Chris’ Avon powder we poured all over her freshly cleaned floors because we thought it would make the floors slicker for us to slide in our socks on…lol..walking across the train bridge when I was 4 & you were 7 in Jenny Lind with our mom’s to go to Comb’s Grocery Store…..We may have grown up & grown apart but you have always held a special place in my heart..Until I see you again, I love you & save me a place under the shade tree

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    Adam Hubbell » 29. Jun, 2012

    I had the opportunity to know Bobby by being one of his clients through BMS. He was always a pleasure to work with & be around. His positive outlook on life was infectious and will be missed. Our thoughts & prayers go to his family and friends. You will be missed Bobby.
    -Bordinos Restaurant

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    Donna Looper » 30. Jun, 2012

    I am so deeply sorry to hear of Bobby’s passing. Bobby was a truly great man. He was always upbeat and had a humorous side that made it nice to be around him. We have done business with Bobby for the last 5 years and he has helped me more times than I can count. A man I am truly happy to have called my friend.
    Sincerely
    GENO’S Pizza Fayetteville

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    Susan Tucker » 04. Jul, 2012

    We were so very saddened to hear of Bobby’s death. We’ve only known him for a short time, but were very fond of him and appreciated the wonderful service he gave his customers. We had a problem one night and called for support. Bobby coached us on the phone and said that he’d stay close to the phone if we needed more help. About 40 minutes later, Bobby walked into our restaurant (driving all the way to Fort Smith from Fayetteville), and the problem was solved. He was a great sport about it — even though he’d wasted the trip. He just wanted to make sure that we were up and running, so it was worth the drive to him. We fed him and sent him home. It was just typical of the way that Bobby took care of his customers. We will miss him very much.

    We are very sorry for your loss. May his memory be a blessing.

    Warmest regards,
    The Staff at River City Deli