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Robert James Wooton

Robert Wooton CroppedRobert James Wooton, age 82, of Crockett, at an early age having accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as his personal Savior for entrance into Heaven has made his transition from this life into eternity on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. He was born August 11, 1937 in Lake Worth, FL to Forrest Lester Wooton and Tena Elizabeth Bonk Wooton. Robert served in the United States Army from October 1955 thru September 1961 and was honorably discharged. He worked for Fluor Daniel in the oil and petrochemical engineering field for 37 years and after retiring in 2002, he and his wife, Marilyn moved to the Houston County Lake area. Robert’s hobbies included woodworking and he was an avid “Do-It-Yourselfer” in many areas. He was a member of Berachah Church in Houston for more than 50 years, a love for which he maintained until his death.

Robert is survived by his wife of 43 years, Marilyn K. Wooton of Crockett; son, Jeffrey Reed Wooton and wife, Tonia of Dayton; granddaughters, Stephanie Sanders and husband, Dustin of Shoreacres, Shannon Woolley and husband, Beau of League City; great-granddaughters, Paige Sanders of Shoreacres, Chloe Woolley of League City, CaliAnn Woolley of League City; great-grandson, Connor Woolley of Houston; many other great friends of many years. He is preceded in death by his parents, Forrest L. and Tena E. Wooton.

Robert’s wish was to be cremated and interred in the Houston National Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Berachah Church, 2815 Sage Rd, Houston, TX 77056.

Online condolences may be made at www.callawayallee.com

CALLAWAY-ALLE FUNERAL HOME

5 Comments
  1. Having met Bob at Berachah Church in the 1960’s we remained close friends and enjoyed our many times together. Bob was very talented and we worked together on projects for many years. Bob was a mature believer in Jesus Christ, having lived his life learning and applying God’s Word in his every day life. He and Marilyn enjoyed retirement in their home on the lake where he continued applying his many skills. He will be missed by many who knew him but thankfully we believers will join him in Heaven someday for eternity. Until we meet again my Friend!

  2. As many of us old and dear friends from Berachah, whom having known Bob from the good old sixties, I will always remember his cheerful spirit and happy chuckle. I never visited he and Marilyn that he wasn’t busy building something or other or tackling some yard project. Bob always offered Godly counsel and wisdom and his walk with our Lord was evident. I am thankful for him loving my precious friend, Marilyn, and for being a good husband to her. I will miss their laughter together, what a fun loving couple! We rejoice in his promotion but are saddened by his absence. I am sure the Lord welcomed him with “well done, my good and faithful servant”.

  3. Lots of memories of Fort Berachah North Forest with the Wootens, Gillises, Bartees, Fortunes and Justices. Bob’s son Jeffrey was one of my buddies growing up. Lots of great memories at the Canfield’s and New Years bashes. Good times. More good times to come in His presence.

  4. Mr.Bob was a very nice man. He was a fine example of honesty and integrity. He was a good neighbor and friend. Our prayers go out to Marilyn. God Bless

  5. Bob was accomplished professionally, so very sweet and funny personally and we will miss him dearly. We are so happy to know that his faith carried him to the end and that he was able to pass on when he was ready. He loved being a father, grandfather and great-grandfather and was so proud of every one of them. He also dearly loved his girlfriend, Miss Lily Jane, his sweet kitty. If time is good to us all, we hope to have as happy of a marriage as he did with his ‘Chief cook and bottle-washer’ Marilyn.

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