Bobby Nathan Plummer was born on August 3, 1978, in Olney, Maryland. Bobby entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, October 7, 2020, at Washington Hospital Center in Washington.
Bobby was raised in Rockville, Maryland where he participated in many sports programs and graduated from Richard Montgomery High School in 1996. He played football with a small Rockville team named the Redskins. Bobby was know to many by the nickname that he loved “Slick”.
Bobby moved to Washington, DC in 2009 and worked at Phillips restaurant, Fedex Field and a moving company.
Bobby was a loving, loyal and joyful person. He was such a positive spirit to be around. Bobby always rooted for the success of others and made sure that they were aware.
In addition to family and friends, there were two things in his life that he loved deeply. His only child, Alexis, and the Washington Football team. Bobby had established a special bond with his daughter like no other. He also worked at the FedEx field just to be in the middle of the excitement surrounding his favorite team on game day.
Bobby was preceded in death by his father.
He leaves to cherish his memory, his daughter Alexis; four sisters; three brothers and a host of uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives. He also leaves many friends including Kevin Beasley, George Howard, Pedro Hall, Darrell Jenkins, Willie Moore, Stevland Joppy and Anthony Snowden.
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