Robert Padilla Barros
Born: April 08, 1955 in El Centro, California, USA
Died: July 23, 2014 in Brawley, California, USA
Robert P. Barros "BOBBY"
Robert Padilla Barros "Bobby" 59 of Brawley Ca. passed away July 23, 2014 Battleing Prostate Cancer
BRAWLEY- Bobby was born April 8,1955 in Mexicali, but lived in Inperial Ca. Son of Fransica Padilla Diaz formally of Calexico Ca. now resides in Portland Oregon. Preceeded in death Brother Ricardo Barros, His puppy "Homee" he is survived by his wife Suzanne Swain Barros and his puppy "Humperdinky"
Surviving Daughters: Angela Barros Loesch Husband Andrew , Elisa Barros , Erica Barros Neves Husband Geo , Stepsons Joseph Gonzalez , Jason and Karina Gonzalez Sisters: Lupita and Tito Yniquez, Maria " Nena" Martinez, Cecila Barros, Brothers: Manuel and Elvia Avendano , Juan Cruz., he had many grandchildren. Previous marriage to Emma Betancourt.
He graduated from El Centro in 1973. Bobby worked in the Service Department in th Automobile Industry. He worked for Kennedys in Brawley for many years. He worked for Pre-Owned Parts.
He worked for Rogers and Rogers Nissan then Toyota where his last employment was at Rogers and Rogers Chrysler in El Centro as Assistant Service Manager. He was a character his main goal in life was "SATISFACTION" he loved to help people and see them smile. He also loved to make them laugh with his funny sayings. Where he got them I don't know. His favorite was " SAMWAFAIR" which meant smooth talker. ( Oh there are many more). He used that on his wife Suzanne Swain Barros. He met his current wife 18 years ago he was her nieghbor he was always saying "Love thy Nieghbor" they were married July 9, 2014. She misses him and will always love him.
His favorite pastime was his scratchers and he told people how to win was that "You had to hold your mouth right" another one of his other favorite things to do was go fishing around town in the canals. He always waited for the fishing trip at work. He always said "You need to have your license" he was always doing the rtight thing. He was grateful to those who help us and he was very PROUD of his daughters and sons.
He had a motto it was "To treat those the way you want to be treated" We thank those at The Cancer Institute in Brawley the Staff for caring so much . We would like to thank you Eleron for your friendship. Rogers and Rogers and His family for everything they did for him.