Memorial service for Robby Lee Ratliff, 50, formerly of Bridgeport, will be Saturday, February 6, 2:00 PM at Hudson Torres Family Funeral Home.
Robby was born December 22, 1970 to Mickey Ratliff and Paulette Treadway in Taylor, Texas. He grew up in Bridgeport and graduated from Bridgeport High School. He attended Midwestern State University on a baseball scholarship. Robby was a welder and fabricator. In his spare time, he loved to fish and hunt. He was a music lover....any type of music...and actually met his wife Debbie over music. He never met a stranger and loved to talk.
He is survived by his wife, Debbie Ratliff of Kinta, OK; son, Pedan Ratliff of Kinta, OK; daughter, Leah Ratliff of Tecumseh, OK; daughter, Audra Barrios of Kinta, OK; son, Jered Barrios & wife Kate of Kinta, OK; dad, Tommy Brown of Chico; sister, Tammy Ratliff of Bridgeport; brother Scotty Ratliff; 4 grandchildren; and a host of other family and friends.
Robby was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Mickey Ratliff; aunt, Wynette Walker; and uncle, Kenneth Treadway.
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