Robert Donald Halcomb, 91, of Hagerstown, died at his home on Tuesday, January 3, 2023.
He was born in Franklin County, IN on August 18, 1931 to Emerson and Nellie (Manious) Halcomb and had resided in the Hagerstown area since 1964. Bob was a life long farmer who had a passion for raising and training horses. He was a former 4H leader and member of American Quarter Horse Association. He was a member of New Testament Church of Christ.
Bob enjoyed trail riding with his horses, camping and sitting around a campfire with family and friends. He was so loved by his family…mostly because he loved his family more than anything and stood by us, no matter what. He will leave a legacy for generations to come.
Survivors include his wife, Peggy (VanCamp) (Frame) Halcomb; 3 children, Diana Cooley, Donna (Jerry) Litton and Jo (Barry) Tyra; 3 step children, Vicki (Brad) Culy, Mike (Diane) Frame and Amy (Steve) Stohler; 4 grandchildren, Sybil (Jason) Norberg, Angie (Quincy) Bry, Rinda (Steve Oakes) Kieffer and Coby Litton; 10 step grandchildren, Ben (Shawna) Culy, Adam (Blair) Culy, Thad (Krystal) Frame, Heath Frame, Cora (Andy) Roser, Shelley Stohler, Savannah Stohler, Sierra Stohler, Jeff (Jennifer) Cooley and Jen (Joe) Mathis; 10 great-grandchildren; 10 step great-grandchildren; 3 great-great-grandchildren; 3 sisters, Myrtle Deiwert, Lorrene Peters and Winnie Wyatt; special friends, Max and Chere Riggs and Jeff and Susan Julian and family.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his first wife, Barbara Halcomb, in 1985, twin sons, Paul Emerson and Michael Donald Halcomb in 1958; and 10 siblings, Cassie Ledbetter, Mattie Corn, Verna Mae Lessing, Carl Halcomb, Ernest Halcomb, Walker Halcomb, Charlie Halcomb, Wilbur Halcomb, Dora Sloan and Mabell Halcomb; a son-in-law, Tom Cooley.
Visitation will be 11 AM to 2 PM on Saturday, January 7, at New Testament Church of Christ. Services will follow at 2:00 PM. Pastor Paul Gearhardt will officiate. Burial will be in Brick Cemetery.
The family requests that, in lieu of flowers, memorials be made to American Cancer Society.