Robert James "Bobby" Hadden passed away June 21st, 2020 of brain injuries sustained from a heart attack in Midwest City, OK. He was born January 25, 1979 in Midwest City, Oklahoma to Robert Samuel Hadden and Robin Lee (Buck).
He stayed in Midwest City until his junior year of high school. Where he then moved to Stillwater to be closer to his mom. He passed his GED in 1999 followed by his enlistment in the United States Army until 2003. He took courses in structural design, welding, and home inspection. For 14 years, he was a HVAC Technician then changed careers to carpet installation. He then started working at Crest Foods where he was working at the time of his hospitalization.
Bobby volunteered for four years as a Girl Scout helper then became a Girl Scout leader for two years. He acted as a leader for the Junior Girl Scouts and his girls affectionately called him Mr. Bobby.
He was an avid gun supporter, motorcycle enthusiast, and loved just about all outdoor activities. His favorites being hunting, fishing, tracking, and camping, As a kid his favorite memories were spending time with his Grandpa Bobby in Georgia and riding dirt bikes. Bobby was a wonderful husband, father, son and friend.
Bobby is survived by his wife Courtney Dawn Hadden, 12-year-old daughter Allysa Lynn Hadden; his father, Robert Hadden; mother, Robin Buck Underwood; brother, Richard Thomas Hadden; sister, Rachel Lee Shirley; grandmothers, Mary Workman and Ruth Buck, grandpas, Bobby Hadden and Biggy Workman and various aunts, uncles and cousins.