Robert “Bob” Albright Death – Robert “Bob” Albright passed away on Wednesday, 14th of September 2022 in a solo motorcycle accident. Robert Albright is the owner of Bent Rim Grill. Bent Rim Grill is the go-to restaurant in Texas for motorcycle enthusiasts. It is located next to the Frio Canyon Motorcycle Stop, making it the go-to restaurant in the Texas Hill Country for motorcycle enthusiasts, car clubs, hot rod groups, and more. Report state that the restaurant serves drinks, great food, and unique merchandise choices.
Robert Albright cause of death was not mentioned to the public at the time of this publication. Bent Rim Grill shared the news about the death of Bob Albright on Facebook saying; “As most of you already know and for those of you who don’t, our owner, Robert “Bob” Albright passed away on Wednesday, September 14th, in a solo motorcycle accident. At this time, please give his family space and time to process the incident. Thank yall for the constant support you give his business.”
Robert Albright Obituary will be released by the family.
Related Topic – Dian Ramsey died after a courageous battle with cancer at the age of 71
71-year-old Dian Ramsey, of Morganton, died on Thursday, 15th of September 2022, after a courageous battle with cancer. He was born in Burke County, Feb. 3, 1951, she was the daughter of the late Charles Lee “C.L.” Brittain Jr. and Inez Rust Brittain. Dian is survived by her sister, DeLea Payne and husband, Dr. Danny Payne; son, Christopher “Kyle” Ramsey; second cousins, T.C. and Phyllis Rust; third cousins, Christopher Tate Rust, Robert Tate Rust, and David Lee Rust; and numerous other cousins. In addition to her parents, Dian was preceded in death by grandparents, Dwight and Estelle Rust and Charles “Charlie” Brittain Sr. and Thelma Brittain.
Dian attended Mt. Home Baptist Church where she performed several duties including working as a church clerk, assistant vacation bible school director, teaching and writing curriculum for Sunday school grades 4-6, teaching Awana, teaching International Mission Study, counselor with medical ministry team, choir member, playing saxophone in the orchestra, assisting with Wednesday meals, financial committee, evangelism committee, nominating committee, prayer calendar coordinator, music secretary, church hostess assistant, WMU, and attending several mission trips to Ukraine and Malta. She also volunteered at the Toy Store of the Catawba River Baptist Association. Dian was a registered nurse who worked at various hospitals and nursing homes in the area.
According to her obituary, Dian’s family will receive friends from 12:30 to 2 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 21, at Mt. Home Baptist Church. The funeral will be held at 2 p.m. in the church, with the Revs. Jerry Gamble and Marcus Farmer officiating. Entombment will follow in Burke Memorial Park Mausoleum.
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