Robert Lee Decker, 57, RockportJanuary 25, 2021
Robert Lee Decker, 57, of Rockport, Indiana passed away on Friday, January 22, 2021 at his home surrounded by family.
Robert was born in Owensboro, Kentucky on November 26, 1963 to Henry Lee Decker and the late Diana (Goodwin) Decker.
Rob loved spending time with his kids and grandkids especially Bentley they were best buddy’s. He loved fishing and his dogs. He loved to celebrate all holidays and always do something special for Sheila on their anniversary. Rob was a member of the Bethel Christian Center in Reo.
He was preceded in death by his son, Ryan Decker; Mother, Diana Decker.
Robert is survived by his wife of 30 years, Sheila (Adams) Decker; Father, Henry Lee Decker of Rockport, IN; Children, Nicholas Decker and his wife, Brie of Birdseye, IN; Jacob Decker and his wife, Alison of Lewisport, KY; Robert M. Decker and his wife, Amanda of Chrisney, IN; Tabatha Harris and her husband, Anthony of Rockport, IN; Sisters, Tamara Decker of Rockport, IN; Angela Jo Decker and her husband, Jeff of Rockport, IN; Grandchildren, Chance Hasenour, Jade Hasenour, Layla Decker, James Little, Bella Little, Lillian Decker, Kaytlynn Decker, Kole Neidigh, Bentley Decker, Anthony Harris Jr.; Great-grandchildren, Aubrey Breitwieser, and Grayson Breitwieser; Nieces, Jessica Strobel and her husband, Matt and Shelby Bryant; Many extended family and friends.
Boultinghouse Funeral Home of Rockport, Indiana is entrusted with care.
Friends may send a condolence to the family at www.BoultinghouseFuneralHome.com.
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