Robert “”Bob”” Lee Joslin, 69, son of Lowell and Lucille Shelby Joslin, was born Aug. 24, 1936, in St. Louis. He died Sept. 14, 2005, at Texas County Memorial Hospital in Houston.Mr. Joslin lived most of his life in the St. Louis area. He received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Washington University and later returned to Lindenwood University for his master’s degree.As a young man, he enjoyed model airplanes and working on cars with his twin brother, Richard. He retired from McDonnell Douglas in 1997 after 32 years of service. At that time, he was manager for the integrated product definition.His love for cars continued as long as his health permitted. He had health issues related to chronic diabetes which was diagnosed when he was 19. He enjoyed camping and boating on the lake with family and friends. He and Betty traveled together, making several trips to Israel with his job. They particularly enjoyed visiting the Israeli countryside with friends from Tel Aviv. They made their last trip in 2000 along with his brother, Tom, and his wife, Karen, after Tom donated a kidney to him in 1998.He was preceded in death by his parents.Surviving are his wife, Betty Hayes Joslin of the home at Fenton; a daughter, Lisa Luer of Glen Carbon, Ill.; two brothers, Richard Joslin of Chesterfield and Thomas Joslin of Southgate, Mich.; and his grandchildren.Services were Sept. 19 at the Ellis Prairie Baptist Church with John Greever officiating. Burial was in the Ellis Prairie Cemetery under the direction of Evans Funeral Home. “

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