Billy Ray Hobbs

Billy Ray Hobbs
Billy Ray Hobbs

Billy Ray Hobbs, 83, of Amarillo, TX passed away on March 30, 2022.

Graveside services will be held at 10:30 A.M., Saturday, April 2, 2022, at Memorial Park Cemetery at Vega. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors.
 
Billy was born on February 17, 1939, to Willie Ann Green and Robert Whitfield Hobbs. He graduated from Vega High School in 1958. He was married to Sharon Price Hobbs on August 7, 1961. She passed away in February of 2018 due to cancer. Billy installed and repaired garage doors and he also worked at Home Depot for over 20 years. Billy served in the Army as a nuclear weapons inspector. He had four brothers and seven sisters. They were raised on their family farm, in Montague County, Texas.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Sharon Hobbs, and son, Cody Hobbs.

Billy is survived by grandsons, Matthew Hobbs of North Carolina, Billy Price of Amarillo, TX, and Kyle Hobbs of Austin, TX; granddaughter, Kristen Hobbs of Amarillo, TX; great-grandsons, Hobbs Ingle, and Cody Roach of Amarillo, TX; daughter, Cathy Price of Amarillo, TX; son, Cliff Hobbs of North Carolina; sister, Sally Hobbs of California; brother, Skip Hobbs of Cameron, TX; and best friend, Paul Jackson of Vega, TX.

6 Replies to “Billy Ray Hobbs”

  1. I worked with Bill for several year at Home Depot. We were #1 in the Southwestern Region of Tool Rental stores in repairs for over three years. He taught me a lot about construction and other labor environments. He schooled me in life applications as well. He helped many people, even those that he knew meant him no good. God bless the family and the multitude of friends.

  2. Uncle Bill you are so much a part of my childhood memories. You will be greatly missed. Thank you for being there when daddy passed. You made a very sad situation a little easier to handle. Love you. ❤️

  3. To all of Bill’s sweet grandchildren, your grandad was very special to you and may you always remember him and your precious grandmother. Love to all of you. Kenneth and Myrna Russell

  4. I learned alot from “Wild Bill” and his handlebar mustache while working with him at Home Depot. He was always such a sweet and funny man. I missed working with him when I moved away and always hoped to see him when I came by an visited.

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