Bob C. Posey
March 6, 1953 ~ March 14, 2023
Resided in: San Antonio, Texas
Bob C. Posey was born on March 6, 1953 in Detroit, Michigan. He passed away in San Antonio, Texas the morning of March 14, 2023 at the age of seventy.
Bob spent most of his younger years in Southern California, where he enjoyed playing beach volleyball and teaching at a local community college. He moved to northern California in the early 80s where he was a computer programmer and continued playing volleyball. Bob discovered God at an early age, eventually becoming involved in the church and their music ministry where he played guitar. It was at this church where he met his cherished wife of almost 30 years, Francie Posey. Throughout their wonderful marriage you could catch them vacationing often in Lake Tahoe, or on South Padre Island. It was at these favorite places where his hobbies grew to include metal detecting and coin collecting. When at home, he could often be found riding his motorcycle, working on a project in his woodworking shop, sitting in his recliner with his pets, or spending time with his friends and family, all of whom he loved dearly.
Bob is preceded in death by his mother, father, and sister Becky Posey Arias. Left to cherish his memory are his beloved wife Francie Posey, Daughters Heather Posey and Rachel Day (Robert), Son Jeffrey Posey (Antoinette), sister Brenda Stats, and brother Anthony Posey. He is also survived by grandchildren Zachary, Jaxon, Joey, Jacob, Emmett, Wyette, Amina, and Beau, as well as several nieces and nephews.
Bob was nothing short of an extraordinary man, husband, father, and papa. His life and legacy will live on in the hearts of his friends and family for years to come. His kindness and gentle demeanor will be missed dearly by all who had the pleasure of knowing him.
Services will be held at Hill Country Christian Church on Saturday, March 25, 2023 at 11 AM
Hill Country Christian Church
20845 State Highway 46W
Spring Branch, TX 78070
Fond memories of BOB on the worship team with Cary. Playing volleyball on Friday nights. Playing games with the gang and even a few camping trips. Even though it’s been awhile since we have seen each other my heart hurts losing this old friend. Our deepest sympathies to Francine and the family.