Ret. Police Chief Bob Outlaw
Funeral Date: 10/6/2014

Ret. Police Chief Bobby E Outlaw age 78 of Warren, AR died Saturday October 4th, at his home. He was born December 28th, 1935 in Possum Valley, AR a son of the late Albert Wesley Outlaw and Irma Glennon Outlaw. He was a retired Staff Sergeant with the United States Army, a Vietnam War Veteran with 22 years of service and received the Bronze Star. He was a retired police officer with the Warren Police Department serving 18 years and the last 8 years he served and retired as Chief of Police. He loved fishing, working in his garden and especially spending time with his family and grand kids. He was a member of Christian Fellowship Church where he served as a deacon and on September 29th, 1972 he married Glenda Goodman Outlaw spanning a marriage of 42 years. Also preceding him in death was a brother Leslie Outlaw, sister Letha Mae Saffold and Sara Dean Coddington. Surviving other than his wife are 3 sons, Dan Outlaw and spouse Alicia, Rye, AR, Paul E. Outlaw and spouse Nikki, Warren and David Outlaw of Montana. A step son, John Clancy, Hermitage, AR. A sister Ida Lee Sweeney and spouse Claude Jr, Hermitage, AR. 10 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were 2:00PM Monday, October 6th at Frazerís Chapel with Rev. Wayman Mann and Rev. Mark Harris officiating. Active pallbearers were Wayne Wesson, Charles Saffold, Michael Sharp, Jason Wallace, Jimmy Head and Ben Crossett. Honorary pallbearers were Sheriff J.B. Smith, Jr. Sweeney, Ray Allen Outlaw, Allen Ferrell, Loren McLeod, Freddy Coddington, Sonny Coddington, Roger Coddington, Steve Outlaw, Warren Police Department, Monticello Police Department and S.E.E.M.S. Burial was in Outlaw Cemetery by Frazerís Funeral Home.



Name: Ken & Lula Ellis
Message: So sorry about Bob but he is in a whole body again and with the Lord. Prayers for peace & comfort for all of the family. Love yall

Name: Katy Danley
Message: Mike and Family, I am so sorry about Mr. Outlaw. Find peace in knowing there is no more pain. We will be keeping your family in our prayers for comfort. Love you

Name: Donna Boyette
Message: My sincerest thoughts and prayers go out to your wonderful family that has shown me and my family lots of love through the years. Mr Bob was a great man of God and loved by many. Thankfully, he is sitting at the feet of Jesus now. Love and prayers. - Donna, Brianna, Kaylie, Faye and Jennifer.

Name: Lea Faulkner
Message: Paul and Family I'm so sorry for ur loss. May The Lord wrap you all in his arms and guide you threw this journey. Just trust in knowing that Mr. Outlaw is happy and health and walking the streets of Gold wth his God.

Name: Randy & Beth Peek
Message: Sincere sympathy for family in your loss. Another eagle is flying in heaven today. Bob served his country and his town and with these memories of him let us all honor his service. Prayers for family

Name: William & Toni Carr Miller
Message: Your family is in our prayers . So sorry for your loss.

Name: Donna Craig McDougald
Message: Prayers for the family during this time of sorrow. Such a fine leader, man of God and father; he will be missed by many

Name: Ruthie Griffin
Message: Your family is in my thoughts and prayers so sorry for your loss

Name: Tammy Hensley

Name: James Wright
Message: Always had lots of respect for Chief Outlaw. Remembering your family in my prayers.

Name: Norma and Floyd Jr. Johnston
Message: Sorry about your Dad, Prayers

Name: Neil and Regina St. John
Message: We were so sorry to hear of Bob's passing. May God wrap all of you in his arms and comfort you as only He can do.

Name: Ronnie Isom
Message: So sorry to hear about Bob's passing. He was a good man. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Name: Airen & Annalise Clancy
Message: Very sorry for your loss, we will keep you in our prayers.

Name: Patricia Watson Coplan
Message: Glenda and family: I am so sorry to learn of Bob's death. He was a good man.

Name: Alene Smith
Message: Glenda, so sorry to hear about Bob. Hope to see you soon

Name: Jack Bortell

Name: Lea Ann Forrest

Name: Mark Allen
Message: Sorry to here about Mr. Bobby he was a good man and a great assect to Law Enforcement.