Homer Lee ‘Bob’ Broyles

Funeral services for Homer Lee ‘Bob’ Broyles, 84, Worden, will be at 10 am Saturday at Worden United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Bud Tuxhorn officiating. Burial will follow in Worden Cemetery.

Mr. Broyles died Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2012, as a result of injuries sustained in an automobile accident on Hwy. 59, south of Baldwin Junction,

He was born Aug. 27, 1928, in Seneca, Neb., the son of Howard and Marie Madron Broyles. He graduated from McLouth High School, and later served in the U.S. Navy Air Force as a tailgunner.

Bob owned and operated Broyles Texaco in Lawrence and Worden Agricultural Services in Worden. He most recently was a farmer and rancher for over 40 years. He was a member of Worden United Methodist Church.

He married Marilyn Gay Everley on Dec. 15, 1951. She preceded him in death on Dec. 15, 2003. He was also preceded in death by a daughter, Jan Green, in 2008.

Survivors include a daughter, Patti Broyles Harper and husband Jeremy, Baldwin City, and a son, Lee Broyles and wife Tami, Baldwin City; a son in law, Tracy Green, Lawrence; two brothers, Don and Howard (Tom) Broyles; grandchildren, Wesley Broyles, Jenny Broyles, Willie Broyles and wife Katie, Hannah Broyles Hale, Tony Hadley, and Nicholas, Patrick, and Matthew Green; and great grandchildren Wyatt, Heather, and Hailey.

Friends may call Friday from 3 to 7 pm at Worden United Methodist Church, where the family will receive them from 5 to 7 p.m. Family and friends are invited to join the family for a meal afterward.

Memorial contributions may be made to the church, in care of Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home, 601 Indiana St., Lawrence, KS, 66044.

Messages & Condolences

From George&Cheryl Hunsinger...

Lee, so sorry for your loss. I sorry we could not be with you, but Cheryls mom passed away at the same time and we were dealing with that.Bob will be missed very much by me. I used to love to just site and listen to his stories. He had great wit and wisdom in his words, and when ever I was feeling down he would always make be smile. I have always said I would never ever tangled with him.He looked like he could stop a freight train with one swing.He had that leathery looking hide, and was one tuff old bird. But yet he would give you the shirt off his back. You are very lucky to have had a father like that.I wish I had some how figured out away to be at his service, and say good bye to a man I thought the world of. We need to get to gather, and catch up on old times. If your family needs anything, just call. You know we will be there.

From Robert Hardy...

Patty and Lee I am so sorry to hear about your dad. You are good people I am thinking of you guys

From Rick and Cathy Rowland...

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family. “Farmer Bob” was a neighbor with a kind heart. Would do anything for anyone.
Rick will miss him terribly. They had a lot of great chats.

You are in our prayers,

From Erol Kinkaid...

Growing up with Wes I have so many great memories of Bob. I will cherish those memories as I do my friendship with Wes. Lee & Tami, our thoughts & prayers are with you and your entire family now and always.

All our love,
Erol, Staci (and daughter Mia Rae) Kinkaid

From Rhonda Banks...

Bob was a wonderful warm hearted person with a lot of great stories to share. Deepest sympathy for your great loss.

During the years I worked with vehicle registration it was enjoyable to wait on him and listen to some of those stories about the 50’s 60’s and 70’s and in later years it was great to visit about the cows and calves which brought back memories of my grandparents.

What a huge loss to the Worden community.

From LaVerne&Morna Calef...

Willie we are so sorry for the loss of your granddad. I know you loved him very much. Our prayers are with you and Katie.

From Clara...

Lee, I am so sorry to hear about Bob. He was such a kidder. So all I can add is, Gene, here comes ‘trouble’.

From Joan Stevenson...

my prayers are with you Patty & Lee and family in the loss of youre dad. I always considered youre mother Marilyn among my good friends. I know you will greatly miss youre dad now.

From Bill Webster...

To the family of Bob Broyles,
I am so sorry for your loss. Bob was a wonderful person and a cherished friend for over 60 years.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Bill Webster

From Troy E Lott...

To Patti and family,
You are all in our hearts, thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
I hope you find peace and comfort knowing that your father lived an incredibly full and long life and has a such a great family to show for it.
All of our best to you.

From Alan and Lisa Myers...

To the family of Bob,
We are saddened to think of your pain from losing your father, grandfather or brother in this way. We are praying especially for you, Lee and Wesley, that you will find lasting peace surrounding the accident.
Our sincere sympathy,
Alan and Lisa Myers

From Joe E. Mahoney...

I saw the note about Homers passing in the paper today. I believe him to be the same person that I entered the Navy with about Sept 30, 1950. We went thru boot camp together and finally ended up serving together in VP 28. I saw Homer about 20 years ago in Worden.. Sorry to hear of his passing.

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