Bobbie Lou Y'Barbo

August 4, 1932 - January 24, 2021

Bobbie Lou Y’Barbo, 88, of Silsbee, died Sunday, January 24, 2021. She was born on August 4, 1932, in Bronson, to Claudia Mae Wester and Corbit Lee Jones, Sr.

Survivors include her husband, Richard Y’Barbo; children, Richard Dewey Y’Barbo, Jr. of Cypress; Barbara Lynn Richard of LaBelle; and Polly Ann Hein of LaBelle; grandchildren, Sabrina Bagley and her husband, Rev. Benjamin, of Tyler; Courtney Caitlynn Maurico and her husband, Mario, of Cypress; Matthew Dillon Y’Barbo of Cypress; Edward Hein and his wife, Charity and Chad Hein and his wife, Chrystal, all of Fannett; JoJo Richard Lilburn of Georgia; and Brian Richard and his wife, Angela of LaBelle; great-grandchildren; William Bagley; Jacob Murico; Wesley Bagley; Wyatt Bagley; Jackson Lee Y’Barbo; Adalyn Bagley; Landon Hein; Mason Hein; Thomas Hein; Justin Richard; and Logan Richard; great-great-grandchild, Elliot Clements; and sister, Betty Sue Granger of Beaumont.

Bobbie is preceded in death by her parents; sisters, Evelyn Hoffman and Claudia Jeffcoat; brother, Corbit Lee Jones, Jr.; daughter-in-law, Liz Y’Barbo; and son-in-law, Joe Richard.

A gathering of Mrs. Y’Barbo’s family and friends will be from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., Tuesday, January 26, 2021, at First Pentecostal Church, 1420 North 5th Street, Silsbee. Her funeral service will be 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, January 27, 2021, at First Pentecostal Church, Silsbee, with her interment to follow at Hardin Memorial Park, Silsbee, under the direction of Broussard’s, 490 Cemetery Road, Silsbee.

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  • 01/27/2021
  • 10:00 am

A gathering of family and friends

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  • 1420 North 5th Street, Silsbee, Texas 77656
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Broussard's Mortuary - Silsbee, TX

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  • 490 cemetery road silsbee tx 77656

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RichardandJanet Standley

Mr. Y’Barbo, Richard and I sending our thoughts and prayers. She was so sweet and a beautiful lady. God bless u and the family.

Pete & Jan McKinney

What a sad & tremendous loss to her family, her church family and friends (who were like family). She was a wonderful example in her walk with God, consistent in prayer and faithful to God and her church. She left a big footprint that can’t be filled, but beautiful memories we will always cherish. Our condolences and prayers go to Brother Richard and family. We mourn your loss with you and rejoice with you that you can say she was steadfast until the end. Farewell to our sweet friend. Pete and Jan McKinney

Pete & Jan McKinney

We’re so saddened by the loss of our special friend and a vibrant part of our church family . Bobbie was such a wonderful friend who has been a part of our lives for many years she was Great example of what a Christian should be , always caring , concerned and willing to help she was such an important part of our church family, never allowing her own health problems from doing her part in whatever way was needed. Of course, she did many things, in later years , for others with the approval, support and help of her wonderful husband, Richard they were a team! Our prayers and condolences go to Richard and family. We mourn with you the loss of Bobbie and we rejoice with you that she was a steadfast child of God until the end we cherish the friendship we shared and treasure the memories. Love Pete and Jan McKinney

Kathy Farrar

I will so miss this little fire cracker. She kept us all in line. Watch over me Mrs Bobbie, until we meet again! Love you BIG!

Mary Womack

She was one Precious Lady! Love and Prayers to Richard & Family!

Sammie Jones

Everyone at the oaks loved her and called her Mama! One of the things i admired the most about her was she was faithful to attend church every sunday and wed no matter what until the virus hit and she was unable to go! I will miss her!

Sandra Hartley Bailey

Growing up in the neighborhood, Mrs. Ybarbo was always a kind generous lady. I’ve loved her for as long as I can remember. She was a precious lady who loved big and was a faithful servant of the Lord, Praying for comfort for the family.

Mark and Lisa Thigpen

Sister Bobbie was truly Loved and Respected by everyone that knew her., especially by the Thigpen Family.. It is so hard to convey in words the tremendous impact she had on our entire family. She was a mother figure to both of us. Her advice was not only taken, but was cherished. The examples she set and lived by were an honor to witness. The memories that our family has of her will live on ... not only in our minds, but in our hearts..... Brother Y"Barbo our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family....May GOD comfort you and watch over you.

Keri Smith

Bro YBarbo and Family, You are in My thoughts and prayers! I will miss Sis. YBarbo so much! She was such a sweet and precious lady. If I needed someone to help Me get My prayers on up to Heaven a little quicker, She would be the one I would go to. Such a blessing to Our church. I love You all!! Keri and Landon

mark denard

Great lady loved the work of God always kind words a joy to be around and what a smile that will be forever missed.

Ashley (Thigpen) Robie

Sister Bobbi was an amazing lady from her devotion to God to the kindness she showed everyone and I will cherish the great memories I have of her. My thoughts and prayers are with Brother Y’Barbo and family.

Daniel Brinson

I have known Richard and Bobbie Lou all of my life. My parents were friends with them and my mother Lois Brinson worked at the old Service Cafe in the 50’s with Bobbie Lou. I am so sorry to hear of her passing, I know she is with the Lord now.. I lift Richard and the Ybarbo family up in prayers. Richard and Bobbie Lou bought me my first Christmas tree after my father passed shortly after I was born, for that I am eternally grateful!!!