Bobbie Mickelson Stubbs age 81, was born on Sept. 30, 1928 in Parowan Utah to Alma Fredrick Stubbs and Bessie Sue Mickelson Stubbs. He was welcomed home into the loving arms of Heavenly Father, his parents, brothers and granddaughter. Bob fought a courageous battle with cancer since 1997. He attended Parowan High School and graduated in 1946. Then served in the U.S. Air Force for four years. While in the Air Force he married his sweetheart Betty Louise Wilcocks on March 22, 1951 they were married for 58 wonderful years. Following his Military Service he worked at Columbia Iron Mines, the State Road and retired from Mercury Test Site in Nevada. He loved hard work and was a devoted family man. Bob loved his grandchildren dearly. His fondest memories were going to Strawberry to spend time at their mountain cabin he built with family and enjoying his grandkids and friends at warm springs. Bob was a man of service and dependability after retiring he served on the Parowan City water board for many years. He took pride in placing flags and crosses at the Parowan cemetery for Memorial Day. He was a patriotic man, and a member of the American Legion Post 20, and Sons of Utah Pioneers. Bob was a member of the LDS church. His hobbies and joy in life was working hard in his garden and helping others. In later years he was known in the community for his lawn care service and enjoyed the friendships he gained through it. We will all miss his garden and his great grandkids will miss his trips to the farms to see the new animals. He is survived by his wife Betty, 2 children Mike (Shanna) Stubbs Cedar City, Dianna (Chuck) Harris Parowan. 8 grandkids and 15 great grandchildren. One sister Sue Bess Kearns, brother Donald (Hanna Rae) Stubbs Kearns, sister in-law Ramona Stubbs Parowan, Clair Alice Stubbs Ogden. He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers Bill, Joe and Buddy and granddaughter Heidi Stephensen. The family would like to Thank Intermountain Home Care and Hospice. Funeral services will be held on Monday Nov. 2, 2009 at 11:00 Parowan 1st Ward Church located 80 West Center. Visitations will be held on Sunday Nov. 1, 2009 from 5-7 at Parowan 1st ward and Monday Nov. 2nd 9:30-10:30 Prior to services. Interment will be in the Parowan Cemetery, all under the direction of Southern Utah Mortuary. In lieu of flowers consider donations to American Legion Post 20 at State Bank of Southern Utah. Donation will go for replacement of crosses and flags at Parowan Cemetery.