Robert ‘Bobby’ Brosious

September 14, 1977 ? October 22, 2007

Robert ‘Bobby’ Brosious, 30, of College Station passed away Monday, October 22, 2007 in Snook. Memorial services will be at a later date.

Mr. Brosious was born in Bethesda, Md., and was a resident of College Station for one year. He served in the U.S. Navy and was a production supervisor at P.I.C. in Brenham.

Survivors include his parents, Randall and Gail Brosious of Churchton, Md.; sister, Melody Brosious of Daytona, Fla.; stepbrothers, Charles Jeffrey Disharoom of Lorton, Va., and Cahill Justin Disharoom of Brooms Island, Md.; stepsister, Christen Jenneve Disharoom of Ransom, W.V.; and grandmother, Eleanor Brosious of Landover Hills, Md.


  1. There was this living room table that I gave bob that, in the end, looked like it was attacked by killer nails and an angry hammer Yeah, that was piece my piece-of-crap living room table. When I bought it in Sicily, it was delivered to my villa in two pieces. Two broken pieces. The navy exchange gave me a discount and I carefully spaced nails so that it looked more attractive. When I gave it to Bob, it fell apart again so Bob went nuts and made it suffer for falling apart again. He was such a man’s man and if something–Anything–gave me displeasure, he made sure that the ‘something’ paid for it. Everything was nothing compared to what that man gave me including the greatest gift of all–his amazing heart. I close my eyes and I can still hear it beating in my head; I lived in fear of how fast it would beat… I worried about his health and his eating habits–and I LOVE him for standing up to me and eating what he wanted–sometimes 🙂 I miss you with all my heart and I know that I will see you again, Bobby.

  2. Bobby,

    I miss you so much!! You were the greatest nephew!! You meant and still mean the world to all of us. Megan, Ryan, Kyle – Zachary miss you dearly. The loved you so much, everything you have done for them!!! Thank you for all the gifts you sent from all the places you visited while you were in the Navy we will cherish them forever!! You will forever be in our hearts and we think about you everyday!!! WE LOVE YOU SOOOO MUCH AND MISS YOU EVERYDAY!!!!!! LOVE YOU AUNT AMY, UNCLE BOBBY, MEGAN, RYAN, KYLE – ZACHARY!!!!!


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