Robert Wayne Doty, better known as Robby D., passed away on June 3, 2023, at the age of 49. Born in Santa Rosa, CA on May 30, 1974, Robert lived a life that was as charismatic and exciting as the man himself. A long-time resident of Mena, Arkansas, Robert was known for being a loving father, a compassionate friend, and a funny and entertaining presence in the lives of everyone he met.\n\nAs the owner of Doty Construction, Robert was immensely proud of his achievements in the industry, including the prestigious Charlie Daniels award he received in 2010 from the Arkansas State Senator. His dedication to his work was matched by his passion for his hobbies, which included kayaking, boating, golfing, camping, and fishing. He loved to sing karaoke and often would sing Boyz-N-The-Hood. Robert was also an active member of the Mena Country Club, where he frequently spent time on the golf course. What mattered most to Robert, however, was his family and children who he loved with every ounce of his being.\n\nHe was preceded in death by his father, Robert Doty Sr.\n\nRobert is survived by his lifelong companion (wife), Lonita Doty; his mother and step father, Mary and Doug Jones; children, Robert and wife Brandi Doty III, Cynthia Doty and husband Rocky Stone, Zechariah Doty, and Jacob Doty; granddaughter, Millie Doty; siblings, Michael Durant, Sharlene Balkenhol, Melissa Doty, Anna Doty, and Randi Lopez; best friends, Alex Escobar, Randy Elliot, Lorenzo Valdovinos, Roy Weber, Jason Baker, Justin Messenger, Cam Demar, and Teresso Marrufo; Nephew, Kaleb Birtcher; numerous cousins, nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles, and other relatives and friends.\n\nPallbearers will be Robert Doty III, Jacob Doty, Zechariah Doty, Lorenzo Valdovinos, Kaleb Birtcher, Randy Elliot, Teresso Marrufo, and Alex Escobar.\n\nA graveside service for Robert Doty will be held on Thursday, June 8, 2023, at 10:00 am at Gann Cemetery in Potter, Arkansas with Brother Stanley Dreyer officiating under the direction of Bowser Family Funeral Home.