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Fulkerson - Stevenson Funeral Home
Springan - Stevenson Funeral Home
It's all about saying goodbye.
Robert Laverne Oyloe
April 23, 1959 - January 10, 2022

Place of Birth: Los Angeles, CA
Residence: Killdeer, ND
Age: 62

Robert “Bobby” Oyloe, 62, of Dickinson, North Dakota died Monday, January 10, 2022. He lived his life to the fullest and made life better for his friends and family with his witty sense of humor and easy smile.

Bob Oyloe was born April 23, 1959 to Marlyn and Jean (Moody) Oyloe in Los Angeles, California. He was baptized and was confirmed at Our Redeemers Lutheran Church. He had a varied work history including time with Oyloe Auto Wrecking, Nobel Drilling, Wyoming Casing, Legend Auto Body and Kenai Air in Alaska with cousin Kathy and her husband Russ. Bobby graduated from Williston High School and continued his education through Aerotech in Cheyenne, WY, Ridgewater College, MN and Tulsa, OK learning how to repair, maintain and fly airplanes and helicopters.

From his early years Bobby had a passion for life outdoors. He loved to hunt, fish, motocross, snowmobile, run hotrods and anything in between. He shared many hunting adventures and hunting stories that would make you laugh and sometimes make you cringe, but they were always told with that wry grin.

Bobby was a strong believer in loyalty to family and friends. Anyone who knew Bob knew his love of all children and babies. If there was a baby around you would hear Bobby say, “Give me that baby.” He just couldn’t wait to hold them and share his love. He was especially close to his nephews Kyle and Luke as they grew, he would take them along for weekend camping and hunting trips. Bobby was such a loving uncle that the boys couldn’t wait to spend time with him.

In 2004 Bob founded the Sick Bastards Motorcycle Club. Throughout the journey he gained an unbreakable brotherhood. During his time in Dickinson, he married Robyn Legare and enjoyed the time he had with her and her daughter, Maddie, until life circumstances sent them in different directions.

Bobby is survived by his brother; Marty and wife Javayne (Haugen) Oyloe of Williston; Sick Bastard Motorcycle Club brothers, including brother Derek Logan and family, and son, Hunter.

Bob was preceded in death by his parents, Marlyn Oyloe and Jean Oyloe; sister, Marilyn (Oyloe) Quackenbush; nephews Kyle Quakenbush and Luke Oyloe and a host of loved family members and friends that have gone on before him.

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Jeanne Smith Knudsvig
Jan 11, 2022
Marty & Javayne & family
So sorry for loss of Bobbi keep his memories close to your hearts to help you through the days ahead...my prayers & thoughts are with all his family & friends
Sincere sympathy
Scott Fay (Dickinson, North Dakota )
Jan 11, 2022
Rita and Mark Whittaker (Zap, ND)
Jan 11, 2022
we are so sorry for your loss, Bob was a very great person and friend and Brother he had a heart of gold and he loved to tease he will be missed very much Ride Free
Debby Ross Muscha (Williston, ND)
Jan 11, 2022
So many memories of Bobby. Living just two doors away we raised a little heck together with others. Just a great friend to so many people. Bob always had your back and lent an ear when you needed someone to just listen. He will be missed. Rest In Peace my friend.
Marilynstrand (Williston, Ndakota)
Jan 11, 2022
Bobbie was from the west side side of town,best side. Flying up the hills on his dirt bike back in the 70s,.Had many great visits over the years. He loved life, lived it to the fullest. You will be missed ,ride high,my friend.Tear up the sky. .
Marilyn strand (Williston, Ndakota)
Jan 11, 2022
To Bobbies friends and family. My deepest sympathy. He was a great guy. He was very fortunate to have the Dickinson family by his side all these years,friends become family. Now Bobbie is now with his family in heaven. Rip,bobbie.
Greg Vennes (Buffalo, MN)
Jan 12, 2022
My condolences & prayers for Bobby's family during this difficult time. We met in the 4th grade, I remember many great memories of him & his whole family, and thank God for our relationship. I pray the peace of God will provide comfort to you all.
Carrie paluck (Dickinson, ND)
Jan 12, 2022
Prayers for the family.
Kandee L. Fredricksen (Williston, ND)
Jan 12, 2022
Marty, Javayne & family: My Thoughts, prayers & love in the loss of Bobby. We all have so many great memories of him! RIP my dear friend!!
Mike Kennedy
Jan 12, 2022
Sorry to hear of Bobby's passing. Condolences to the family & many friends Bobby had.
RIP Bobby.
Tamy Monson
Jan 12, 2022
Marty & Javayne.. we are so sorry to hear about Bobby .. oh my lots of great memories of him in my high school days & especially rifle club.. spending time at your house.. may his memories always bring joy to your hearts & smile to your faces.. I’ll be out of town so unfortunately I won’t be able to attend his funeral.. sending lots of thoughts prayers & hugs to all of you.,
Cyd Davidson (Pinedale, Wyo)
Jan 12, 2022
RIP Bobby. You were my very first boyfriend! What fun we had in Junior High and early high school. Have thought of you often over the years. Fly high!
Karen Moody Burough (Augusta , Georgia )
Jan 12, 2022
RIP Bobby. Prayers to his friends and family.
Jerry & Danette Gayda (Dickinson, North Dakota)
Jan 13, 2022
The legacy Bobby has left on our family is beyond any words that can be written. Well done our friend!
R.I.P Love you, Jerry, Danette, & family
Joseph Lee (Crosby, North Dakota)
Jan 13, 2022
So sorry to hear about Bobby. Fly high buddy
Tom Glenn (Williston, ND)
Jan 13, 2022
RIP Bobby. Prayers to your family
Chris and Viviana (Sidney, MT)
Jan 13, 2022
So sorry to hear about Bobby's passing. Our thoughts are with Marty and Jayvane. Bobby has left some wonderful memories behind.
Sandy (Phelps) Richards (Dickinson, ND)
Jan 13, 2022
So sorry to hear of Bobby’s passing - way too young - Our sincere condolences - hope He’s met up with Mark and they are on the best damn bear hunt ever. Friends reunited…. Hugs and prayers from
The Phelps Family - Sandy , Laci, Haley & Ben
Teresa Horob (Williston, ND)
Jan 14, 2022
Marty and Javayne, Sorry for your loss. Will always remember Bobby with my brothers tearing up things. RIP Bobby
Joni (Saint) Andre (Williston , ND)
Jan 14, 2022
Marty and Javayne,
So sorry to hear of Bobbies passing. He certainly was a wonderful guy. I have so many memories of you two little brothers always up to something when I was with Marilyn at your folks! Cherish his memory.
Doug Smith (Dickinson, ND)
Jan 15, 2022
I’ll always remember us playing baseball in California as kids and all the fun times we had
Glad you’re in a better place now, your cousin Doug.
Karen Moody Burough (Augusta , Georgia )
Jan 15, 2022
Thank you for showing the family service. Bobby came down to Georgia in 2001 with Aunt Eva Jean. He was a trip, very happy, a little crazy going out to eat. Guess you can say that's the way us cousins are on the Moody side. RIP Bobby
Bonnie Hecker (Dickinson, ND)
Jan 16, 2022
So sorry for your loss.
Bobby hunted the coyotes off my property and was a good friend.
God sent him here for a short time and it was time to call him back Home . He is now healed and at peace in the Hands of God.
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