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Bobby M. Kimbrough

(August 15, 1955 – November 06, 2018)
Bobby M. Kimbrough, 63, of Clovis, NM died Tuesday, November 6, 2018 at Whisperwood Nursing and Rehabilitation in Lubbock, TX, from a traumatic head injury caused from a motorcycle accident 6 years ago.
A family memorial will be held at a later date. Cremation has taken place.Bobby was born August 15, 1955 in Mulseshoe, TX and went to school in Muleshoe and Gruver, TX. He attended Clarendon College, Clarendon, TX and West Texas A&M University, Canyon, TX.
Bobby spent most of his life in San Antonio, TX. He worked with his dad at different times doing farming, custom harvesting, and construction. Was an underwater welder in LA, drove heavy equipment to help rebuild Iraqs efforts, sold watercraft, bar tendered and worked with his nephew, Corey Leaverton, as Construction Superintendent.
He loved riding horses especially in the mountains of NM. Competed with the Cowboy Mounted Shooters, loved to ride and camp with the Houston Rodeo Trail Riders every year. Favorite horse was Dice who was also called a “Gentle Giant”! Loved to water ski, ride watercraft and dance! Always had the cleanest Harley motorcycle and pickup truck!
Hanging with his family at gatherings were very special to him an he loved to play games, especially the domino game Train.
Survivors include: his parents; Bob and Kay Kimbrough of Clovis, two sisters; Brenda Smith (Brad) of Brownfield, and Cindy Harris (Randy) of Clovis, nephew; Corey Leaverton (Tiffini) of Dallas, TX, niece; Tara Carter (Trevor) of Clovis, three great-nephews; Cole Leaverton of Dallas, William and Phillip Carter, one great-niece; Vivian Carter of Clovis, that he loved playing with, one uncle; Wayne Malone (Susie) of Abilene, TX, and several cousins.
Honorary pallbearers are his friends from the Houston Rodeo Trail Riders group that he rode with.
As an expression of sympathy, memorial contributions may be made to the Lighthouse Mission or Matt 25 Hope Center, or charity of your choice.
The family would like to thank the staff of Whisperwood Nursing and Beyond Faith Hospice of Lubbock for all the care and kindness that they showed during this difficult time.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Muffley Funeral Home, 575-762-4435,


Rhea Gonzales


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