Robert James (Bobcat) Jenkins born in San Antonio on October 23, 1954, passed away April 1, 2020, in San Antonio with his loving wife by his side and holding his hand. Bobcat was a bull hauler for over 20 years, he loved his years on the road and enjoyed sharing his stories. He made many friends on these roads. He was the type of man that would give you the shirt off his back or give you a helping hand. He used the terms “It’s raining like a cow pissing on a flatrock” and “Where there’s a will, there’s a way.”

Robert is preceded in death by his father, C.D. Jenkins; mother, Francis McCune; mom, Alene Carey; brothers, Clifton “Bubba” Jenkins, Mike “Jethro” Jenkins and Roger McCune and beloved aunts and uncles.

He is survived by his wife, Gwen Jenkins; daughter, Amanda Gail Jenkins Wright (Austin); sons, Keith Graf (Tammy), Jacob Graf (Kari), and Randy Graf (Karla); granchildren, Joe Joe Reyes III, Melissa Graf, Alex Graf, Serenity Graf, Madison Graf and Mason Graf; sisters, Linda Jane Ivey (Warren), Karen Kisner and Audrey Herrera (Robert); brothers, Victor McCune (Amy), Bert McCune (Myoung), Randy Morrow (Rhonda) and Johnny Morrow (Sharon) and numerous nieces and nephews and long time friend, Randy Mutz.

A memorial for Robert will be October 17, from 2-6 p.m. at the Blackhill Community Center located at 2710 FM 478, Pleasanton.

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