Bobbie Dee (McCoy) Simpson
1977 - 2019
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Bobbie Dee McCoy Simpson, 42 passed away unexpectedly on Friday April 26, 2019 in Weatherford, Texas.

Bobbie is survived by her wife, Suzanne Simpson of Weatherford; her son, Trystan Brewton; sisters; LaManda McCoy and husband, Michael Moncrief of Tyler, TX and Brenda Reel of Midland, TX; brothers, Bobby Ray McCoy Jr. and wife, Toni of Hazlet, New Jersey, Billy McCoy and wife, Tracie, of Brownsboro, TX, Stacy McCoy and wife, Dorothy of Red Springs, TX and Chris Salas and wife, Mary of Tyler, TX and many nieces, nephews and cousins. She was Born in Tyler, Texas March 22, 1977. She is preceded in death by her parents, Deloris and Kenneth Tippit and Bobby Ray McCoy.

Bobbie with her larger than life personality had the ability to light up any room she would walk into and never met a stranger. She loved to laugh and cherished every minute spent with family and friends. On March 21,2019 after 18 years, she finally made the leap and married the love of her life, Suzanne. She was the happiest and most beautiful she had ever been. She was also very proud of her son Trystan whom would be moving to Stephenville, Texas to attend Tarleton State University. He is and always will be in her own words, her greatest achievement.

While there were many things Bobbie cherished the one she cherished the longest and dearest was her sister, LaManda. They shared a bond that no one else could understand or break and could talk and laugh for hours and for anyone that knew Bobbie knew how she loved to talk and talk fast she did. She leaves us all rich with memories, stories and many laughs.

Visitation will be Friday, May 3, 2019 from 5:30 to 7:30 P.M. Services will be Saturday, May 4, 2019 at 1:00 P.M., both to be held at Jackson's Burks Walker Tippit Funeral home in Tyler, Texas with burial to follow at Union Chapel Cemetery in Van, Texas. To view, please go online to

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Published in Tyler Morning Telegraph on May 3, 2019.