Bobbie Lynn Olney

Born on June 25, 1954 in Atlanta, Georgia
Departed on August 16, 2021 in Melbourne, Florida

To all family and friends, it is with a heavy heart we must announce the passing of Bobbie Lynn Olney, on Monday August 16th, 2021. She died at home peacefully
Bobbie is survived by her husband Gary Olney, her two children, daughter Kelly Cassandra Jebber & son Stuart Smith, and her grandchildren Conner, Jordyn, Averil, Rowen & Maren. She is also survived by her 3 sisters, Terri Ogden (Mike), Gaye Lobban (Lee) & Robbie Jones (Michael), all who reside in Brevard County, Florida.

Bobbie was born in 1954 and raised in Miami, Florida by her loving parents Robert & Jacqueline Vickery, who preceded her in death. She and husband Gary owned and managed a storage facility in Melbourne, Florida. If you were lucky enough to know Bobbie, you would know of her love of animals and her passion for baking. She always had fresh baked cookies and her most delicious cakes right in her office for all to enjoy. Her specialties were Darn Good Chocolate Cake & her Elvis Presley Bread. Bobbie was so generous, kind and a very good listener, with a contagious laugh. She will be missed by all of her family and especially her cat Jetson. A celebration of life will be held at a future time.

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Helen Grenier from West Melbourne wrote on September 15, 2021:
We are sorry we never had the chance to reconnect with you Bobbie, but we are blessed to have known and loved you for 5 beautiful years. We have so many memories with you and our weekly/bi-weekly visits. I pray you are in peace now with Clyde and all of your other fur children that have crossed the rainbow Bridge. ❤
Stephany Lobban from Jupiter wrote on September 3, 2021:
Bobbie Lynn was always so sweet to me. I never ever saw her not smiling and I’ll always remember how her smile made me feel so welcomed. Rest In Peace, Bobbie Lynn.. be in Heaven now with God’s angels✨🌹🙏
Gaye Lobban from Titusville wrote on September 1, 2021:
May her soul rest in peace. I firmly believe that God will accept her with open arms for all the good she has done while she was on this earth. I am deeply saddened and will miss her, but know she will never suffer again, and be watching over us all, and loving us each day. Love your big sister who adored you.💜💟🙏
Sandra Watkins Newberry from Waleska, Georgia wrote on August 30, 2021:
So, so heartbroken and sad about B.L. I remember her fondly, always cheerful, upbeat, and fun to be around, not to mention so pretty. Sending love, hugs, and prayers to all of you girls, your families, and B.L.’s family.💔🙏💜 Sandy
Teresa Kinney from Melbourne wrote on August 29, 2021:
💔 I have been so devastated and heartbroken to hear the passing of Bobbie. Yes..I was a taste tester many of her cookies and goodies. She’s always ready to listen and help in anyway. It is so hard to understand how our world is changing and seemingly out of control. My prayers are with Gary and Bobbies’ family in this time of sadness. 🙏
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