ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Robert Bass, born on May 24, 1957, and passed away on February 2, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Randy Liggins on February 28, 2021
Sidney Bass your Beaubien Jr High and Mumford Mustang Family will always remember you !
Posted by ray anderson on February 26, 2021
I am Minister Ray Anthony Anderson Sr. AKA Tony/Kochief & Pipe!!! I was Robert Sydney Bass (VERY BEST CHILHOOD/TEENAGE FRIENDS), we were together, inseparably from the times were little kids, until he moved to West Virginia, , and on to college. I would see him when he came home to visit, and we would go play basketball, or hangout with the ladies LOL. as kids our favorite two past times, though there were many. Was what we called playing a picture, and in these pictures the main characters were aluminum foil men, and clay men. we would actual play motion pictures yawl. using different objects around the house as other characters and people. The other game at home was electric football. I received it for Christmas one year. And me and Robert shared it together like it belonged to the both of us. we had almost all the NFL teams, and again with Robert's creative mind, like making the foil and clay men. he would take some of the teams home, and paint them, another color, and surprise me. besides that we would go to big time wrestling, and the Detroit Piston's games at Cobo Arena, and to see the Tigers and Lions at Tiger Stadium. One year my parents were sending to visit my grandmother, my moms mother, in St Petersburg Florida, for two weeks, and I asked Robert to ask his parents, if he could go with me. They said he could, and we had the time of our lives, on a fantastic Greyhound Bus travel adventure. We we through, and stopped at my, many cities along the way, like traveli8ng the world. St Pete is a very, very beautiful place to visit, and we had a ball there. T was a all night 24 hour basketball court, directly across the street from grandmothers home, and we balled daily, or sit back in the yard patio in the lounge chairs, and drink Stroh's beer. Another fond memory was flying to west Virginia with Robert's mom and dad, and his baby sister Shirley. To watch him play in the High School All Star Game in 1975. He didn't finish High school in Detroit, he transferred from Mumford, to finish at Logan High School, in West Virginia. He showed out when he saw me i the stands, and won MVP of the game. Robert and I had a friendship made in heaven, and I know It would be nothin short of a miracle, to have one like we had in my lifetime again. Your BEST FRIENT THROUGH ETERNITY TONY ANDERSON/PIPE R.I.H. peace.
Posted by Paula Bass on February 25, 2021
Hey Rabbit, I miss you so much. Thank you for everything being the best uncle,brother, and friend. Home is so lonely without you. Words can't explain this hurt. But I know you would tell me ( hey if you alright I'm alright so its ok) I promise I will do the things we planned. I love you like navy beans and ox tails. Till I see you again. I love you big brother ❤ always
    Paula

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Posted by Randy Liggins on February 28, 2021
Sidney Bass your Beaubien Jr High and Mumford Mustang Family will always remember you !
Posted by ray anderson on February 26, 2021
I am Minister Ray Anthony Anderson Sr. AKA Tony/Kochief & Pipe!!! I was Robert Sydney Bass (VERY BEST CHILHOOD/TEENAGE FRIENDS), we were together, inseparably from the times were little kids, until he moved to West Virginia, , and on to college. I would see him when he came home to visit, and we would go play basketball, or hangout with the ladies LOL. as kids our favorite two past times, though there were many. Was what we called playing a picture, and in these pictures the main characters were aluminum foil men, and clay men. we would actual play motion pictures yawl. using different objects around the house as other characters and people. The other game at home was electric football. I received it for Christmas one year. And me and Robert shared it together like it belonged to the both of us. we had almost all the NFL teams, and again with Robert's creative mind, like making the foil and clay men. he would take some of the teams home, and paint them, another color, and surprise me. besides that we would go to big time wrestling, and the Detroit Piston's games at Cobo Arena, and to see the Tigers and Lions at Tiger Stadium. One year my parents were sending to visit my grandmother, my moms mother, in St Petersburg Florida, for two weeks, and I asked Robert to ask his parents, if he could go with me. They said he could, and we had the time of our lives, on a fantastic Greyhound Bus travel adventure. We we through, and stopped at my, many cities along the way, like traveli8ng the world. St Pete is a very, very beautiful place to visit, and we had a ball there. T was a all night 24 hour basketball court, directly across the street from grandmothers home, and we balled daily, or sit back in the yard patio in the lounge chairs, and drink Stroh's beer. Another fond memory was flying to west Virginia with Robert's mom and dad, and his baby sister Shirley. To watch him play in the High School All Star Game in 1975. He didn't finish High school in Detroit, he transferred from Mumford, to finish at Logan High School, in West Virginia. He showed out when he saw me i the stands, and won MVP of the game. Robert and I had a friendship made in heaven, and I know It would be nothin short of a miracle, to have one like we had in my lifetime again. Your BEST FRIENT THROUGH ETERNITY TONY ANDERSON/PIPE R.I.H. peace.
Posted by Paula Bass on February 25, 2021
Hey Rabbit, I miss you so much. Thank you for everything being the best uncle,brother, and friend. Home is so lonely without you. Words can't explain this hurt. But I know you would tell me ( hey if you alright I'm alright so its ok) I promise I will do the things we planned. I love you like navy beans and ox tails. Till I see you again. I love you big brother ❤ always
    Paula
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