Robert Morrow IV

Robert Carl Morrow IV was born on April 1st, 1971, to Robert C. Morrow III and Sandra Louise Keating Morrow, in Sapulpa, Oklahoma. He passed away peacefully in his sleep on October 25th, 2022. He will be remembered as a loving husband, father, son, and a dear friend.

Robbie graduated from Glenpool High School in 1989. He worked as a welder at several different places until his family opened their very own ornamental iron gate-building business, Kaydawn Mfg.

Robbie and Jennifer Clow were married on January 20th, 2000, at which time Robbie also gained a bonus son, Trayce. Shortly after in 2001, they welcomed Robert Carl Morrow V, also known as Quint.

In 2002, Robbie began the fight of his life. He was diagnosed with cancer and given about 6 months. Twenty years later, he was able to say he beat it several times by doing everything in his power to keep going. He gave up his leg in 2020 so he could stick around and be strong for his family. His goal was to help his boys grow into the fine young men they are today. He liked to say, “We put in the work with them.” He took them hunting, taught them to shoot safely, read to them, made plans with them, and tried to teach them things they’d need to know to live a good, kind life.

He kept up with friendships he’d had since high school. Once he befriended you, it was for life. He built beautiful gates and railings and signs, first with his dad and then with friends, teaching Trayce and Quint what he could. He had a passion for Karate, teaching many students, including his own boys. He earned 3 stripes on his black belt before he had to stop.  He loved Mexican food and hot sauce and moonshine.

Robbie is survived by his sons, Robert C. Morrow V (“Quint”) and Robert Trayce Day, his wife Jennifer, his mother Sandra Morrow, and his sister Kimberly Ballard. He has many nieces and nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles, both by blood and marriage. Preceding him in death were his father, Robert C. Morrow III, and a baby son, Aidan Robert Morrow.