PRICE - Robert Migliori Sr. of Decatur, Ark., passed on to be with our Heavenly Father on Feb. 25, 2009.
He was born in Price to Atlee and Virginia Migliori on July 24, 1937.
He graduated from Carbon High School in 1955 and furthered his education in engineering and law enforcement.
He was a leader of Eagle Scouts and Explorer Scouts search and rescue; police commissioner; executive, Zapata Fuel; and manager of construction for Texas Gulf Sulfur. Taught Utah Hunters Education and survival skills. He was a rancher, horseman, farmer, father, husband, sportsman, inventor, contractor, builder, inspector and environmentalist.
Bob was married to Bonnie Rae'e Lambson, who preceded him in death. Also preceded in death by a daughter, Denise Rae'e; parents, Atlee and Virginia Migliori; and sister, Jeannette Williams. Survived by his wife, Norma Jean Hudson Migliori; sisters, Marjorie Luke; Barbara Rowley House; Karen Migliori; Aleta Cassell and her husband, Ray; Ann Wilson and her husband, Ernie; as well as brothers, Atlee (Tee) Migliori and his wife, Renae; Karl Migliori and his wife, Sue; Raymond Migliori and his wife, Kathy; and Eugene Migliori. Bob is also survived by two sons, Robert Migliori Jr. and his wife, Peggy; Anthony Migliori and his wife, Heidi; and three stepsons, William Hudson and his wife, Paula; Charles Hudson and his wife, Lesia; and Jim Hudson and his wife, Brenda; and one daughter, Nanette Migliori. He has 17 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
Viewing was Friday, Feb. 27, at Wasson's Funeral Home in Siloam Springs, Ark. Funeral services were Saturday, at Wasson's Funeral Home Chapel. Graveside service will be Saturday, March 7, at 11 a.m. at the Price City Cemetery. A luncheon will follow.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Cancer Society, PO Box 22718, Oklahoma City, OK 73123.
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