Robert Charles "Bobby" Hunt
1960 - 2017
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Robert Charles "Bobby" Hunt, 56, passed away peacefully on Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017 in Watauga, Tx. Memorial service will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017 at 3:00 pm in the Chapel of Wade Family Funeral Home, 4140 W. Pioneer Pkwy, Arlington. Bobby was a renowned sculptor and an avid hunter. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Dallas Amputee Network, 1303 Green Meadow Rd., Richardson, Tx 75081, (Memo: Bobby Hunt Memorial). Please honor Bobby by wearing your casual Longhorn or Safari attire to his service. Survivors: Survivors include his wife of 24 years, Kelli Mullins Hunt, sons, Ryan Hunt, Zane Goggans and wife Jessie, and Dillon "Bo" Hunt; daughter, Brandy Cotter and husband, Paul; mother, Mary Kay Schaefer and husband, Joe; father, Albright Hunt Jr. and wife, Glenda. He is also survived by five brothers, three sisters and one granddaughter, Emma.

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Published in Star-Telegram on Feb. 7, 2017.
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February 9, 2017
Hunt family, I am so sorry to hear about Bobby. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Melissa McGee
February 8, 2017

You gave so freely of yourself to me and to so many other struggling artists. Thank you for your selfless support!

God speed to and your dear family, especially to your precious son and daughter.

Mark and Jenelle Byrd
Mark Byrd
February 8, 2017
Linda and I are thinking about you all and saying prayers daily. Deepest condolences.
- Ted and Linda Harris
February 8, 2017
My deepest condolences on your loss.
Mike Duncan
February 8, 2017
I'm so sorry for the loss you are all experiencing. Bobby was gifted in many areas. I always so enjoyed visiting with him
Dawn Sharp
February 8, 2017
Prayers to the family in the coming months! The world will miss this talented artist. You have left a great legacy Bobby! Hugs to you all!
Carol Floyd
February 7, 2017
Lisa and I will never forge our trips to Austin and the fun we had with y'all! I'll never forget you Bobbyt
Sue Langley
February 7, 2017
So sorry for your loss. I was pleased to meet Bobby at the Randy Steffen/Arseneau Family event at Cisco College several years ago. My prayers are with you. Best - Karen Taylor
Karen Taylor
February 7, 2017
Bobby I really enjoyed are talks at MGA, everything from politics to conspiracy theories.Your artwork was amazing and a gift to the world.Enjoy your external reward and you will be missed my friend...
David Libby
February 7, 2017
David and I will never forget the time we spent talking about art and current events with you. You will be terribly missed. It was a honor and privilege knowing such a wonderful person and artist. Our heart goes out to the family, condolences and prayers that God will ease your grief.
David and Kim Libby
February 7, 2017
Bobby im gonna keep you with me always man I love u and gonna miss u much you changed not only my life but my lifestyle I thank God for putting you in my life... May you rest in peace. DARREN
Darren Shamlin
February 7, 2017
Rest In Peace my friend. We're all going to miss you. Happy hunting!
February 7, 2017
Bobby was such a fighter and although he was taken way too soon, the adventures he had during his time here on earth were what others only ever have the opportunity to dream or read about. His talent and legacy will continue to shine for years to come through his art and the children and family that he left behind. He's no longer in pain, on to his next adventure walking around in heaven and reveling in all its beauty. We pray for the family's peace and comfort. RIP Bobby. You will be missed.
Debbie & Donnie Thomas
February 7, 2017
Our deepest condolences. May you rejoice in knowing he is home with the Lord and no longer suffering and may God wrap his arms around you in your time of grief.
Samantha Cotter
February 6, 2017
RIP Bobby. Your pain is over. See you on the other side. Enjoy walking with your new Celestial legs.
Ken Costlow
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