Phillips IV, Robert (Bobby)


Robert Phillips IV, (affectionately known as Bobby) of Dallas, Texas passed away on Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at the age of 33.

Bobby is survived by his parents Pam and Robert Phillips, his sister Trina Gray, brother-in-law Kuann Gray, nephew Cameron Love, and great-uncle Clyde Harris. He also leaves behind maternal great-grandmother Doris Gladney, paternal grandmother Mildred Phillips and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and cherished students and coworkers.

Bobby was a Licensed Massage Therapy Instructor and Licensed Esthetician focusing on cleansing, facials, chemical peels and laser hair removal.  He was also an aspiring entrepreneur, owning The B Natural Company which promotes healthy lifestyles with products formulated with all natural oils and vitamins essential for whole body care.

A Celebration of Life Memorial Service is pending.

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14 replies on “Phillips IV, Robert (Bobby)”

Mikelia says:

I just want to send condolences to the family your son was very loving.. may he Rest In Peace

Susan Karlsen says:

You had such a giving and loving heart. Always checking in and attending any invite. You always made people feel like they were important to you; which always started with your signature greeting, “Hi Love!”, and your warm sincere hugs! Love you Bobby! My sincerest condolences to your family!

Dionne & Georhe Rich says:

My prayers to the family, I know the loss you feel is great, Bobby was an amazing human being. He was loved so very much, because he was so full of love and compassion for others. We will miss him so much. Rest eternally my friend.

Carol Brackens says:

Robert was and still is a “beacon of light” with that beautiful spirit and contagious smile. He will be dearly miss. May God’s comfort be with our family at this time. Cousin Carol

Amy Hughes says:

Bobby offered his home to me in 2012 and we were roommates , friends, and coworkers . We lived together and worked together . When my kids visited Bobby spent quality time with them and they have very fond memories with him . We did a lot together , I introduced him to my parents and they loved him immediately! We hung out often and had many heart to hearts . He was always a listening ear with an open heart . He was always quick to help me and anyone else . My heart is hurting and I miss him dearly . Love you Bobby

Scefenia Dent says:

Bobby was one of my instructors when I was a student at ATI. He was kind, funny, and fun to be around. There was never a dull moment whenever he was around. He will truly be missed. My heart goes out to the family! May God give you strength and comfort in your time of sorrow and loss. Rest In Peace Bobby.

La Ta'via says:

Sending my sincerest condolences to the family. Bobby was so sweet, nice, and caring while we were in high school. May he rest in peace. He will be truly missed.

Cousin Carol says:

Robert was and still is a “beacon of Light with a beautiful spirit and contagious smile. He will be dearly missed. May God give our family and his friend strength, peace and comfort at this time.

Sharon Smith says:

My heart is breaking. We met in massage therapy school. He was the light of the entire school. His personality was one of a kind. It’s a loss here on Earth as Heaven has gained an angel. Rest in love, light & peace, Bobby! 💕✨🙏🏼

James & Monica Lewis says:

James and I would like to give our heartfelt condolences to the Phillips family. Robert was a joy to be around. Most of all he loved his mother and family. Job well done to the family.

Monica R. Young says:

Our hearts are saddened by your loss and our thoughts and prayers are with your dear family. Bobby you were my angel in so many situations especially helping me drive around DFW at 12 years old. You will always have a special place in my heart. Love Always and Forever The Young Family

Elsie Christian says:

My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Bobby is missed dearly. Bobby had the biggest heart ♥️ than anyone I know. I remember the first time I met him at Texas Center for Massage Therapy, he was the only friendly person there, and I will never forget that first impression of him. Bobby was kind, loving, funny, caring, smart, loved to have fun, thoughtful, and the list goes on, always someone you wanted to be in company with. His hugs were the best. Bobby will be greatly missed. Rest In Peace my friend and colleague! Rest In Peace!😘🤗🙏🏾

Venerable Maitri says:

My condolences to the family of Bobby. I met Bobby as a massage therapy teacher in Dallas, Texas. His love for life and enthusiasm was unsurpassed. But we had some great laughs together. May you be forever blessed and Rest In Peace my fellow healer brother. Thank you for the smiles and inspiration.

Venerable Dr. Maitri Avalokita, Sthera.

Ariel D McMillan says:

bad I never kept in touch s year after graduating I first met who m&y brother _ I called Roberto at Plano West high I remember holding my violin & him telling me he played viola. I rushed to my teacher ‘ after being mad fun if for being the only black student in orchestra for years … And being called all kinds of stuff begged her even though it was mid semester to admit him so I wasn’t alone. After that my brother & I & friends had lunch together always hung out. When my brother graduated it was just me in this job empty house as a lack key kid. My parents moved an HR away & his family moved & he away from it us. Lol I remember my dad having man talks with him & I remember one time he told my dad I was smart & didn’t apply myself lol I didn’t talk to him for a week. My dad told him when it was late to stay in my Bros room so he wasn’t on the road & even gave him so pocket change to “make sure my ass went to class”
He was right I ended up graduating with a 3.7 gpa & without studying gig a 22 on ACT I got into every 16 schools my mom made me apply for & got schlorship money ended up at Xavier University in New Orleans.
Thanks Roberto
from no on will remember to give flowers when do
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