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610 S. Duncan St.
Stillwater, OK 74074
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Robert Huneycutt

Robert Carl Huneycutt

Tuesday January 9, 1934 - Saturday January 9, 2021
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Beloved father, grandfather, and friend to so many, Robert Carl “Bob” Huneycutt passed away peacefully on his birthday, January 9, in Stillwater, Oklahoma, where he had lived since 1972. He was 87 years old and was enjoying his new home in Legacy Village, a local retirement community.
Bob (also known as “Carl” by his parents and siblings) was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. and Edna V. (Crossley) Huneycutt on January 9, 1934 in Sparkman, AR. He was preceded in death by his parents, former spouse and loving mother of his sons, Willene Kroutil, and his oldest son Greg. Bob is survived by his devoted friend and cherished companion Tana Rutan, his brother Norman (Janet) Huneycutt, of Terrell, TX, and his sister Sandra Williams, of Dickson, TN. He is also survived by sons Tim (Sherri) of Perry, OK, Stan (Christy) of Atlanta, GA, and Russell (Leann) of Owasso, OK, and grandchildren Mackenzie, of San Antonio, TX, Alex (Sierra), of Kansas City, KS, and Chloe’ Huneycutt, of Atlanta GA.
Bob was a 1951 graduate of Fairview High School, Camden, AR. Afterwards, he was as an Airman Second Class in the United States Air Force and served as an Aircraft Electrical Systems Instructor during the Korean War. After graduating from the University of Arkansas in 1958, his entire professional career was devoted to the US Department of Agriculture. Bob retired at age 55 from his position as State Administrative Officer for the State of Oklahoma, Soil Conversation Service. After retiring, he became an accomplished investment counselor, actively leading and participating in both The Emeriti and Dollars & Sense Investment Clubs.

Other primary interests throughout his life included his family history and heritage, American history, hunting, fishing and reading on a variety of subjects. Bob valued education and he was always eager to learn. In fact, early in his retirement years, he secured his private pilot’s license and enjoyed flying for many years. He later gave up flying, but stayed involved in flying activities through his limited partnership interest in Red Plains Aviation, through which he leased planes to other students.
Bob’s legacy to us is multi-faceted. He was a follower of Christ, and his life was characterized by faith, hope, and love to those who knew and loved him. He expressed his faith through active service in the community and in local churches throughout his life, including most recently First United Methodist Church in Stillwater. Known for his sincere love, servant heart, and generosity of spirit, he will be dearly missed by his many loved ones and friends.
Daily you could count on Bob to join his McDonald’s breakfast meeting with his “coffee buddies” to fellowship around their common interests. He also met regularly for a men’s prayer breakfast with his brothers in Christ at First United Methodist.
Bob will be lying in state at Strode Funeral Services, 610 S. Duncan, Stillwater, Oklahoma, 74074, where friends are invited to pay their respects on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, January 12th, 13th, and 14th. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to First United Methodist Church, 400 W. 7th Avenue, Stillwater, OK, 74074, or Macedonia Cemetery Association, Care of Myron Crisco 1039 E County Line Rd., Arkadelphia, AR 71923
Graveside funeral services will be held Saturday, January 16, at 11 o’clock AM (CST). The graveside location is Macedonia Cemetery, Dalark, AR, with Pastor Gary Harvey officiating.
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    Saturday, January 16th, 2021 | 11:00am
    Saturday, January 16th, 2021 11:00am
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Susie Rakes

Posted at 03:12pm
Dear Tim, Sherri and family,
I am so sorry for your loss. Please know you're in my thoughts and prayers. Find peace in knowing Bob's life was well lived and filled with true joy and faith knowing Jesus Christ as his personal Saviour.
Kindest thoughts,
Susie Rakes

M. Darrel Dominick

Posted at 03:48pm
Dear Huneycutt Family -

We are very sorry to learn of Bob's passing. We have good memories of Bob and you guys as neighbors to Mom and Dad. I have stopped by several times over the years and visited Bob since Dad passed in 2010. You are in prayer for peace and remembering the good times together. Take care of each other.

Darrel and Gwyn Dominick

Glen Redding

Posted at 01:22pm
Bob worked for me at the Stillwater Housing Authority on a special grant project from HUD. Bob was retired but he worked endlessly on a HUD housing project grant that we received. Bob became a good friend and I would meet him sometimes at McDonalds, after I had retired from the SHA. He was a great man that loved everyone and I am blessed to have known him.
I will miss him greatly.
Glen Redding

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