From the Silver City Museum event post:
At the memorial service on June 14, 2022 we will unveil a plaque in the museum honoring Bobbie, we will launch our Voices of the Range virtual exhibit with a dedication to Bobbie, be giving her family a scrapbook of our memories of Bobbie at the museum and having a formal dedication of the mural on the west side of the museum. Light refreshments will be served.
Throughout her life, Bobbie showed a love and passion for the Silver City Museum, the preservation of local history, and community involvement that will never be forgotten. From her position as a board member of the Museum Society, to her time spent as a volunteer helping to promote the museum, Bobbie was an endearing and tireless volunteer.
Bobbie went to great lengths to help the community, in addition to her dedication to the Silver City Museum. She also volunteered with the Copper CowBelles, a group dedicated to education about the beef industry, and “keeping the western heritage alive and active in our community.” She was an active board member of the Southwest Horsemen, and for some 20 years was key to the production of the Wild Wild PRCA Rodeo. She was also an active board member of the White Signal Community Center, as well as the Border Security Task Force in Deming. She served as a youth Sunday School teacher for First United Methodist Church and committed herself to the community in many other ways.
Bobbie’s passion for spreading awareness of local history was ever present. In 2017, for the museum’s 50th Anniversary, Bobbie was part of a panel discussion, titled “Local Policing in the 1960s .” She shared memories of the curfew bell, and staying out after curfew. Her admiration for area ranchers took shape in the a recent museum exhibit, Ranching in Grant County.