Bobby “Double Trouble” Lee Haga, Jr. was born at Kirksville Air Force Station in Kirksville, Missouri on August 23, 1955. He departed this life on August 24, 2021, at approximately 2 o’clock a.m. at home surrounded by his family.
Celebration of life visitation will be from 5:00 to 7:00 pm on Saturday August 28, 2021, at the Barkley Funeral Chapel in Greenup, IL. A memorial sunset service will be 7:28 pm at the Greenup Cemetery for family and friends following with visitation. The family request casual attire.
Bobby married Vickie Lee Hines on February 13, 1973, and she survives him. He is also survived by his sons, Joey of Auburn, AL, Jeff (Armanda) of Greenup, IL, Sisters, Debbie (Butch) Maynard of Winter Haven, FL, Connie (Ervin) Peters of Greenup, IL, Linda Blackmon of Pensacola, FL and Brother, Danny (Elizabeth) Haga of Opelika, AL. Bobby has three grandchildren, Kirsten (Brandon) Henry and Kaylin Haga of Salem, Alabama, Chyanne Brown-Fox of Greenup, IL, and most recently of all, Great-Grandson, Haiden Lee-AC Henry of Salem, Alabama. Bobby is survived and loved by Mother-In-Law, Dottie (Allen) Stafford, best friends, Scotty Scales and Gregg Carlen, Aunt Linda Haga, Aunt Donna (Wayne) McMorris, numerous nieces and nephews, Steven, Heather, Josh, Justin, Jordan, Jamie, Bethany Joanne, Ryan, Andy, and Abby.; and many cousins. Bobby is preceded in death by his parents, Bob, and Mary Joanne (Betty) Haga, grandparents, Carl and Florence Haga and Elmer and Neva Short, nephew Christopher Allen Roan and Great-nephew, Dakota Pierce. Bobby was preceded in death by best friends, Bo, Fur Trapper and Ted Phillippi, to name a few.
Bobby was a truck driver by nature, born and bred. Greenup is home, but he loved Alabama with all his heart. Bobby went places and did things others have only dreamed of. Talladega (Jack Daniel’s required), Auburn Tigers Football (War Damn Eagle!) M & M Trucking, Panama City Beach on the Harley with the guys, laps around Atlanta Motor Speedway at 100 mph with 50 other adventurous souls, Negril, Jamaica with the love of his life, to name a few. Bobby was loved by many and will be greatly missed. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in honor of precious Great-Nephew, Trevor Day for his disease, Allen Hernandez Dudley Syndrome/MCT8. Online condolences can be expressed at www.barkleyfuneralchapels.com
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