Dearest Friends, - March 3rd, 2014 -
It is with a sense of profound sadness that we share with you the loss of our beloved Bobby, who passed from our earthly embrace, on March 3rd. Despite our grief, we are grateful that his suffering from cancer is over and that he is a rest with Jesus, at last.
For the sake of the people in his life who loved him—his family, his friends, and his clients-Bobby fought for every last day. To the end, he wanted to be here for anyone who needed him. Bobby never lost his sense of humor, his zest for life, and, most of all, his love of people. He was dear to many, and we know that his loss is as much theirs—perhaps even yours—as it is ours.
In memory of Bobby, we invite you to join us in a celebration of his life, on Sunday, March 23rd, at 3:00 p.m., at Angelos' at the Point, on Douglas Lake, in Dandridge, Tennessee. All are welcome, and alcohol will not be served at the restaurant, during the service. As this will be an outdoor event, the date is subject to change, should inclement weather be forecast. Please check our web site for details, as the date approaches.
To all the many kind people who encouraged Bobby during his illness and have supported him and the family in prayer, please accept our heartfelt thanks. We appreciate your expressions of sympathy and ask that, in lieu of flowers, you will consider a donation to the Bobby Drinnon Scholarship Fund, at All Saints Episcopal School, in Morristown, which will provide scholarship aid to middle school students from families that might not otherwise be able afford a private Christian education.
Memorial gifts should be sent to:
All Saints Episcopal School
Attn: Bobby Drinnon Scholarship Fund
3275 Maple Valley Road
Morristown, Tennessee 37813
Please make checks payable to All Saints Episcopal School.
Words cannot adequately express our appreciation for all the many friends who have strengthened us, during these past two years of Bobby's illness. Please know that we wish to keep you close in the preservation of his memory, his wisdom, and his remarkable insights, for many, many years to come.
The Drinnon family