Bobbie Bevill, 68, died Tuesday, May 25, at her home in Fayetteville, where she spent the last weeks of her life battling cancer under the loving care of her daughters, Amanda and Jenny Bevill, as well as a community of friends and loved ones who had known her since birth. Bobbie was a native of Lincoln County, the daughter of George and Lucille Lewis. She spent most of her life working and traveling, including richly rewarding years working for the Episcopal Church in New York City and South and Central America. Ten years ago, however, Bobbie felt the pull of her true home. She returned to Fayetteville (where she was known to all as Bobbie Kaye) to be close to her brother Ritchie Lewis, her sister Becky Bills and her cousin Carol Hardin, among many others. Bobbie was a loving, generous grandmother who mailed boxes of presents and surprises as fast as the post office could deliver them. She is survived not just by daughters Jenny and Amanda-whom she had with her former husband, Dick Bevill-but by Jenny’s children, Lily and Theo Giles, and Amanda’s son, Max MacFarland. (Jenny lives in Brooklyn, NY, with her husband, Jeff Giles; Amanda and Max make their home in Seattle, WA.) There will be a memorial service for Bobbie at St. Mary Magdalene’s Episcopal Church in Fayetteville on Saturday, June 19 at 11 a.m., to be followed by a reception at her home at 701 Swanson Boulevard. In lieu of flowers, her daughters ask that donations be made to Juniors House, 704 Maple St. West, Fayetteville, TN 37334.