Robert Lee Ewton Jr.

October 16, 1956 - April 04, 2018

Robert Lee Ewton Jr.

October 16, 1956 - April 04, 2018


Robert Lee Ewton Jr. of Tulsa, OK passed away Wednesday, April 4th, 2018. 


Robert grew up in Broken Arrow, OK, surrounded by his numerous siblings and cousins. He spent much of his youth working with his animals on their farm or spending time at his grandfather’s barber shop on Main Street. 


He was married at 19 and two children followed soon after. He worked various jobs in manufacturing until he earned his A&P license and began work as an aircraft mechanic at American Airlines. 


In 2001, he survived a battle with cancer, but lost one of his lungs in the struggle. He continued to work for several more years until his early retirement. 


Robert enjoyed hunting and fishing, visiting antique shops, bluegrass music, and learning about family history.  He was usually working on a project of some sort, such building smokers, dog houses, or even little bird perches for friends. 


He is survived by his son Robert Ewton III (and wife Amanda) of Owasso, OK; daughter Cheryl Clonts (and husband JR) of Broken Arrow, OK; granddaughter Mackenzie Ewton; longtime partner Tammy Fish; sister Regina Wallington; and the mother of his children, Donna Ewton. 


He is preceded in death by his mother and father, and two brothers. ?Services will be held Saturday April 7th, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at our Butler-Stumpff Funeral Home Chapel. Visitation will be held from 5-8 Friday April 6th, 2018.

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2 responses to Robert Lee Ewton Jr.

  1. Prayers for the friends and family. We went to school together.

  2. Bobby is one of the memories I treasure from my high school days, he was the best friend of Wayne Lykins, and I dated Wayne. we had some fun times, much laughter and they were always joking around. I'm glad to see he had family, and my prayers are that his loved ones have many happy memories with him.

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