Obituary - Robert Dean Robertson

Robert Dean Robertson

Robert Dean Robertson died April 26 at his home in Jackson Hole. He was 65. The following was provided by his family.

Bobby was born Dec. 29, 1955, to Dell and Leora Robertson.

Bobby really enjoyed people. He enjoyed working with them and talking to them. He enjoyed spending time talking to everybody he met.

He was well-known throughout the valley through his company, Teton Water Works. He always did his best, no matter what the hour or obstacle, to help them with whatever they needed to get their water working. He was good at his work and enjoyed working out solutions and getting the job done right.

Bobby enjoyed his family and the time he spent with them at various gatherings, get-togethers and occasions throughout the year. Everybody always knew he really cared about them and they could depend on him to help however he could.

In the winters Bobby spent time snow machining with family and friends when he wasn’t working. He got a lot of pleasure from getting out in the mountains and sharing that time with his son David and other snow-machining buddies.

Bobby is survived by his wife, Trudy Carson Robertson; sons David Robertson, Justin (Arcel) Robertson and Brian (Sharalyn) Robertson; daughters Tamara Robertson and Mindy Robertson; grandchildren Tyler, Connor, Bailey, Logan, Dexton, Jazper and Rennon Robertson; sisters Dorthy Tyrrell, Connie Hatfield and Ella Filmore; twin brother Billy Robertson; and numerous other family members in the valley and surrounding area.

He was preceded in death by his mother, father and sister Donna Hatfield.

Bobby had a happy, positive, helpful, and people-loving kind of personality and will be truly missed.

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