Robert ‘Bobby’ Henry Jackson

Robert ‘Bobby’ Henry Jackson

Robert “Bobby” Henry Jackson died on April 29, 2019, surrounded by the love of his family. 

Bobby was born Dec. 5, 1973, in Toledo, Ohio, to Gale “Zeke” and Beverly (Sturdevant) Jackson. He was 45 years old.

Bobby married Sonja Kropatch in 1996. They divorced after 15 years of marriage but remained close friends and co-parents to their children Trevor and Samantha.

In 2011, Bobby met Jessica Brunotte. He loved her and her daughter Lillianna and in 2014 they had a daughter of their own, Adalynn Grayce. Together they were a family until his recent passing.

Bobby took pride in being a great father and would do anything for his children.

Bobby lived in Wyoming his entire life. His childhood years were spent in Casper, Wyo. and his adult years he called Cody home. He loved the Big Horn Mountains. He was the happiest when he was hunting, fishing, or camping with friends and family. He spent as much time as possible outdoors. Bobby previously owned a small business in Cody and worked many years in heating and air-conditioning. He was also an extremely talented wood worker.

Bobby is preceded in death by his maternal and paternal grandparents. He is survived by his parents, Gale “Zeke” and Beverly (Sturdevant) Jackson (Casper), sister Kristy Jackson (Casper), sister Karen Jackson (Casper), son Trevor (Cody), daughter Samantha (Cody), daughter Adalynn (Cody), son Robert (Oregon) and daughter Kelly (Oregon), nieces and nephews James, Ashley, Aaron, and Audra (Casper).

Memorial service will be held 11 a.m. Friday, May 10, at Ballard Funeral Home. 

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