Rex Bugbee Death – Dead :  Rex Bugbee Obituary : Cause of Death Unknown.

By John Okoro | August 26, 2020

Rex Bugbee Death – Dead :  Rex Bugbee Obituary : Cause of Death Unknown.

Rex Bugbee has died, according to a statement posted online on Aug. 26, 2020.

We learned of the deceased through the following tribute posted on social media.,

11-08-1954 ~ 08-25-2020
Rex “Bugs” Bugbee was cowboy to the core, he was respected by all who met him. He was one of the toughest men God ever gave breath, with a heart of gold. Rex worked for Frontier Rodeo Company for 15 years as a pickup-man and any other task that needed a set of hands.
He wasn’t just an employee, he was FAMILY! To his many friends that he had all over the world, please find peace & comfort in knowing that he left this earth doing what he loved & lived for….being a cowboy. The tack trailer gatherings will never be the same, but every time it hits Hwy 50 rolling out of Freedom we know you’ll be riding shotgun.
We ask that you keep his devoted wife Teri, their sons Josh (wife Kim), Jay (Ashley) & grandchildren ILA & Tripp in your prayers in the coming days ahead. There will be a Memorial service, once it’s finalized we’ll post details. #Legend #Cowboy #Pickupman #friendtoall #husband #father #papa
(Thank you Tammie Hiatt for helping put my words into motion).
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Cause of Death.

We have no information at the moment on of caused death . This post will be updated as soon as we have that information.


The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.

Cara Spirazza wrote 
I’m so sorry, he was an amazing pick up man and even better friend to everyone. Praying for you all

Barbara Christiani wrote 
Rex was my first cousin. We are heartbroken but know he was doing what he loved most as he was a cowboy through and though.

Meme Seven wrote 
It was a privilege to know Rex , and I know he is riding high in heaven. Rose Truesdale

Arlette Hibbard Jarmon wrote 
So very sorry to learn of Rex’s passing. A TRUE cowboy in every sense of the word. A gentleman. Trusted and Highly respected. He will be deeply missed by MANY. God’s blessings to the family… Ride high Rex!

Jimmy Annette Monceaux wrote 
Sorry to hear this, praying for the family and friends. Rex will be remembered by the many he picked up, by everyone that knew him, praying the Frontier Rodeo team, he meant so much to them.

Monty Peters wrote 
Prayers for the family. H i s Rodeo family and friends. He was a great a great man. Met him in the 80s. When he picked up 4 JC Rodeo company.. h i m and Jimmy Crothers warlock Brothers and Jake. Prayers go out to Frontier Rodeo company for your loss. He will be remembered as a real cowboy. Rest in peace cowboy Rex

Rowdy Parker wrote 
RIP Rex you was a strong Cowboy and all ways helping cowboys out when they was in a bad spot. And a great pickup man. I all ways enjoyed our conversation rest easy my friend.

Kasey Nichols Etbauer wrote 
Our thoughts and prayers with entire Frontier crew and Bugbee family, Rex was heck of a guy, heaven gained a fine cowboy.

SLE Rodeo wrote 
“Well done, cowboy. Your entry fees are paid.” We are so very sorry to hear of Bugs’ passing. The Bugbee Family is in the thoughts and prayers of the Southeastern Livestock Exposition!

Matt Sheets wrote 
Prayers with his family and also all of his rodeo family! Heaven gets a great cowboy and rodeo pickup-man!

Debbie Schnautz wrote 
He was such a nice guy and a true cowboy. He will be sorely missed at the Pasadena Rodeos. Prayers to his family and rodeo family.

Henry J Liggenstoffer wrote 
Rex always said he had the best seat in the house. This man will be greatly missed by many people but went out doing what he loved.

Roger Johnson wrote 
Godspeed sir. He now knows all the answers. I hear everything there goes straight to the out gate and nothing fights the dally.

Jan Barby Payne wrote 
So perfect! Couldn’t have said it better myself! We all want to be this lucky to be doing what we live until the very end. Bet he’s already grained the horses this morning…..enjoy the view Rex, we’ll see you again!

Dan Searcy wrote 
Prayers sent rest Easy cowboy where the grass is belly high the water is clear the horses are cowey and the Ranch foreman is always happy ride for the big brand and hang your hat in the eternal bunkhouse till we see you again so long cowboy.

Category: Deaths & Obituaries

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