Bobby Dean Halliburton

Born in Nashville, TN on September 11, 1937

Departed on October 27, 2017 and resided in Cedar Hill, TN

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Bobby Dean Halliburton, 80, of Cedar Hill, TN passed away Friday October 27, 2017 at his home. Born in Nashville, September 11, 1937, he was the son of the late Horace David Halliburton and Robbie Mae Bates. Bobby was also preceded in death by his twin brother, Billy Gene Halliburton. Bobby was a career military man having served 40 years. He began as a member of the US Army and later transferred over to the Air Force where he attained the rank of Master Sergeant by the time of his retirement. Bobby served during the Vietnam War where he was exposed to Agent Orange. He was a strong supporter and advocate for veterans’ initiatives throughout his life. Bobby was also known as a fiercely loyal friend. He was a devoted and loving grandfather and great-grandfather. Bobby is survived by his children, Penny Jean Witham (Troy James Kaukas), Kimberly Jo Kimbro, William D. Halliburton (Kimberly P. Halliburton) and Kenneth Nelson Halliburton; his grandchildren, Joshua Thomas Witham, Stephanie Dawn Witham, Kirstin Kennedy, Lindsey Marie Halliburton, Hannah Halliburton, David Halliburton, Jayce Halliburton, Dana Halliburton, Kristy Harmon, Amanda Little, Joseph Kimbro and Kevin Kimbro; his great-grandchildren, Justice Smith, Journie Haley, Jerzie Mae Haley, Jaylie Haley, Jaycie Haley, Jade Taylor Witham, Jalen Thomas Witham, Tristen Little, Amy Little, Haley Little and Zooey Flippo; two sisters, Barbara Landis and Beverly Halliburton. and also his beloved dog, Pepper. A Life Celebration Service with full military honors will be held at Springfield Funeral Home, Wednesday at 2 pm. Visitation will be on Wednesday from 10 am until 2 pm.

26 Comments to Bobby Dean Halliburton

  1. Charlie Dauphin says:

    So sorry to hear of Bobby’s passing. He was a very good friend and co-worker in the Tn Air National Guard. We used to ride to work together and shared many good times with each other. Bobby will certainly be missed. May the Good Lord bless and comfort each of the family and friends.

  2. Ken Jones says:

    Bobby was always so full of life and provided smiles every where he went. He was one of my mentors and will surely be missed. May he rest in peace amongst the angels in heaven.

  3. Penny Witham says:

    My Daddy, my rock ,my foundation the one person in life who loved me unconditionally not only have I lost my Dad I lost my friend but the Lord gained a angel and I know he will watch over me in Heaven as he did on earth. I was so proud of my Daddy for giving his life so all Americans could have freedom he lived his life serving our country and I couldn’t been prouder calling him my Daddy. I will miss him and grief him but I find peace in my heart knowing I will see him again” I LOVE YOU DADDY” it was a honor taking care of you these last days of your life. Penny

  4. Pam Messina says:

    “Grandaddy” was such a special man, honorable and kind, a loving grandfather to his grands family and friends. Prayers for all of you. He will be missed.

  5. Costley family says:

    Mr Halliburton was a very special man. He always had a smile and a friendly word to share. When our youngest daughter was diagnosed with cancer, he would stop by and check on her and many times he left A secret donation of money behind when he left. He even cut our yard and helped with a tree while we were away for her treatment. He would honk everytime he passed our house. He was def a special man and one of a kind! He will be missed.

  6. Elaine Morgan says:

    Bobby has been a friend for years He has been a rock for me to lean on especially after the death of my daughter. He has talked me through so many tears. I will always miss love and cherish our friendship. He is a strong willed and caring person.Fly high my friend

  7. Edward Fowler says:

    So sorry for the loss of such a wonderful man. I was privileged to have worked with him for many years. Our deepest sympathies and our prayers are with you all at this time of sadness.

  8. Rex Sullivan says:

    Bobby and I go back to the first day he joined the TN Air Guard. He has been a comrade in arms and most importantly a friend for many years. We shared war stories during our friendship and somehow, as we got older, the war stories got better over time. Bobby not only will you be missed by many friends, you will be greatly missed by a host of family members. May you fly with God’s angels and be there to welcome all of us home.

  9. Michael Allen says:

    Bobby was a good friend in the many years we served together in the Air Guard. We went on many deployments and summer camps together. He was always ready to do his duty. He could be funny as well as being serious at many times. I am pleased to call him friend. My prayers are with the family members. May God give you comfort and peace during this time of loss.

  10. James Harkreader says:

    Bobby was a good friend and co-worker with whom I shared many good times together in the Tennessee Air Guard. My deepest sympathies are with the family of this fine man.

  11. Kelli Halliburton says:

    Closest I had to a father figure, from the age of 2. My mother’s marriage to him may have ended, but I still keep the last name and always had respect for him as an honorable person even in the face of any personal issues we might have had. Sympathies to the whole family.

  12. Bette J. Geddis says:

    Dear Penny, Kim, Kenneth, Billy and families,

    My mother (your granddaddy’s sister) moved to Indiana when she married my father. When I was young I spent summers with my southern family and when I married I brought my three children. When your dad joined the military I lost touch with him and never met you his children. We reconnected by phone in 2008 and I was able to visit with him at our cousin Marilyn’s home when I came to Nashville. We kept in touch often and I dearly loved his kind heart. I will miss him. Please except my deepest and most heartfelt sympathy on your great loss.

    I am sorry the distance prevents me from being with you at this sad time. My daughter Erin is sending this message because I am not on social media. She also expresses her sympathy.

    Bette J Geddis
    7222 Riverton Dr.
    Fort Wayne, IN 46825

  13. John H. Binkley says:

    I have known Bobby since 1974. I worked with him full time with the Tn. Air Guard and also he had been my Supervisor at times. My wife had 2 kidney transplants while I was in the Guard. Bobby was always asking me how she was doing and wishing her good health. I saw him a couple of years ago in Springfield. We shared some of the past, and he had good words about how much he enjoyed working with me. I am proud to have known such a fine and kind man in my lifetime. Our memories of Bobby will never go away.

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