Ranger Exes Memorial - The Faculty

Eva Long Bobo EVA LONG BOBO, 96, who taught school for 19 years before going to college and getting a degree, died on Aug. 6, 1992 in Eastland, TX, with interment in Evergreen Cemetery at Ranger, TX. Born on Feb. 17, 1895, in Comanche, TX, she was a high school graduate and received her bachelor's degree in teaching from North Texas State University in 1937 and her master's degree from Hardin-Simmons in 1950. Before receiving her degrees, she taught public school in Proctor from 1918-20, in Gustine from 1920-22, in DeLeon from 1922-25, in Ranger from 1926-33, and in Breckenridge from 1934-49. She returned to Ranger in 1949 and taught public school until 1961 and a private kindergarten class from 1961-67 when she retired. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Ranger, the 1920 Club, the Garden Club and the American Association University of Women. She was the widow of E.H. Bobo.