Bobbie Frances McCullough “Mama” Baine, 78, of Warner Robins, GA, entered into eternal rest on Saturday, September 18, 2010, after a tough fight due to a stroke. Bobbie was born in Newton County, Covington, GA, to the late Thurman and Oma Allen McCullough. She lived and worked most of her adult life in Hendersonville, NC, until her retirement from the Henderson County Clerk of Court in 1994. After her retirement, she moved to Warner Robins to live with her daughter.
Bobbie is survived by her only child, Taletha Diane Capps and her husband Charles W. “Bill” Capps; granddaughter, Jamie Elizabeth Lenz, and grandson, Jordan Edward Lenz, all of Warner Robins, GA. She also leaves behind several nieces and nephews; close “family” friends, Scott and Cheryl Gunn; her “adopted daughter”, Sherry Aytes Meserve; her “adopted sons”, Dr. Ray Greer, Kenny Aytes, and Lance Watson; and her canine companions, Harley and Buster. Bobbie was preceded in death by her brother, Ralph McCullough, and her sister, Betty “Lou” Thompson. She was married for 25 years to the late James “Jim” Baine. They remained close friends after their divorce, until his untimely death in May of this year. “Mama” Bobbie was known for her love of family, being a protective grandmother, her sweet smile, doing her puzzle books, watching her “stories”, and cheering for the Atlanta Braves. She was a Southern Baptist and devoted to her Christian faith.
A tribute memorial service to celebrate her life will be held on top of Mount Pisgah, NC on Saturday, September 25, 2010, at 2:00 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made in her honor to the National Stroke Foundation or Four Seasons Compassion for Life, 571 S. Allen Road, Flat Rock, NC 28731.
Mama you were more than a mother in law to me, you were like my mom. I will miss you and us watching the Braves play baseball, Falcon football games and our Sunday afternoon John Wayne movies. You deserve to have peace now and no more suffering. I’ll make sure Tee is always taken care of and we all miss you very much. RIP Mama
I am very sorry to hear that Aunt Bobbie passed. She was a wonderful person to have known. I missed her when she moved away, and thought of her alot.
She will be truly missed. God Bless the Family.
Bobbie will surely be missed by a lot of people. We loved her sense of humor and her faith in the Lord! He will welcome her with open arms, and say your home Bobbie! Love and prayers to the Family!
Micheal & Debbie Hyder
Taletha, We were so sorry to hear about Bobbie. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you and your family.
Taletha, We were so shocked to read about your Mom. I am truly sorry. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you and your family. We can all hold on to all the fond memories we all have of all the get togethers we use to have. We live in Florida now, give me a call if you need to talk to someone. 321-327-4301. We Love You, Teresa and Willy and Christy and family and Corey and family
I love you Aunt Bobbie.
You will be in my thoughts and prayers. Bobbie was a very special lady and I know she will be missed greatly by all (I worked with her for several years in the clerk’s office).
Tee- Many great memories of our two families when we were young. Praying for peace and comfort for you in this time.
Sorry to hear of you mom’s passing. I have fond memories of her, Jim, you and
Big Mama when you all lived at the Farm in Hendersonville.
My thoughts are wihh you and your family at this difficult time.
My love and prayers to the family and friends of this sweet sweet woman…I enjoyed all of the time we spent on the phone..you will be missed..God Bless