Bobby Ann Howe- 1936-2014
Mother of Lee Ann Butler-Owens. She was the heartbeat of Lullalee.
Bobby began her career as a singer with the "Sights and Sounds
of 1964" featuring Nat King Cole
As a guest speaker over the years, Bobby has held thousands
captive with her own TV cable show Air' Parent and as talk show
host on K.O.R.G, E.
Bobby retired as the Director of Public Affairs for KTYM Radio
after 20 years in 2012.
Bobby’s show aired Monday thru Friday– Serving Inglewood
and the Los Angeles Area.
She romanced her listeners with
inspirational tips and her innate ability to train and encourage
others to stay focused and to never give up
Bobby received several awards for her work in communities:
Exemplary Leadership, Community Service Awards,
Certificates of Appreciation and recognition
at the city, state and county levels.
In 1999, Bobby was selected "CORO of Southern California to
the Tenth Class of “Leadership of Southern California".
In 2001, Bobby was honored by
"Our Authors Study Club as one of the
"Women Who Make a Difference"
The Bobby Howe Library for Women was founded in 2000
To assist Women in Transition Sights and Sounds of 1964– Featuring Nat King Cole
United Airlines Employee– 25 Years
Radio Host—KTYM Radio– 20 years
Cable Television Host– Air,’A parent
Dress Shop Owner–Le’ Fashione Mystique/Micheles’s
Designer: the Shirts for Prince –Movie “Purple Rain”
Artist– pencil and Paint
Doll house Maker
Founder of K-MOMs
Honorary Tuskegee Airman
Peace Maker /Held conferences with the “bloods and Crips”
Lady of Inspiration -Teacher of life
*The Bobby Howe Library –for Women in Transition*
Loved to watch DVD and Netflix movies
She loved shopping at the 99 Cent Store
Made the best Banana pudding and home made Éclairs
The best mother, grandmother , great grandmother, sister, aunt and frien
Bobby Howe was a legendary figure in the African American community, one of those rare individuals who has met everyone and seen history in the making on countless occasions. Today, she speaks with Jeffrey Bennett about Beyond UFOs for her show broadcast on KTYM radio in Inglewood, CA.