Bobby Wayne Lindamood Sr. dies in ATV accident

| Friday, June 26, 2009

If you were at the Shell Rotella SuperRigs contest in Missouri last week, you saw two show trucks owned by Lindamood Demolition. One truck was exhibited by Jake Lindamood and the other by driver Brad Johnson.

Lindamood Demolition in Irving, TX, is owned by the Lindamood family. Bobby Wayne Lindamood Sr., the president of the company, died Tuesday, June 23, from injuries suffered in an ATV accident. He was 56.

Lindamood was a member of the National Association of Show Trucks. Last year, Lindamood Demoltion was named the 2008 Truck-Lite NAST winner. Bobby shared that win with his son Jake and driver Brad Johnson.

According to The Dallas Morning News, Lindamood was born Feb. 3, 1953 in Dallas. He founded Lindamood Demolition in 1977, starting with one truck and one tractor. Over the years, he built his company to a highly successful and respected business with a distinctive fleet of Peterbilts.

He is survived by his wife of 30 years, Kayla; his mother, Eula Faye Lindamood, three sons, two daughters, two sisters, three brothers and four grandchildren.

Services were held Friday, June 26, in Euless, TX.

 

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