Monday, July 22, 2019

Assistance asked for the family of Bob Melson of Double Diamond Halter Co

I received an e-mail from Double Diamond Halter Company on the sudden passing of Bob Melson and set up of a Go Fund Me account to assist his wife and son. If you can, please visit the site and make a donation - anything helps. While I did not know Bob, I certainly know Double Diamond as I have a ton of their excellent halters and paracord mecates. Anyone who is part of this company is pretty high on my list to help if you can.

Bob Melson passed away, from a sudden heart attack on May 2, 2019, while on the way to work at Double Diamond Halter Co. He is survived by his wife Suzy and son Tyler. Bob was employed by the Nine Quarter Circle Ranch in the Gallatin Canyon south of Bozeman, MT for 14 years. He was the corral boss and his wife Suzy was the main chef during that time.

In 2002 Bob joined the Double Diamond Halter Co. where he worked for 16 1/2 years. At Double Diamond Bob was in charge of many areas of production including all of the lariats, sewing the leather nosebands, meticulously braiding pineapple knots and the development and design of new products. A very valuable employee he was a friend and teacher to his coworkers.

Cowboy Bob, as he was known, was a skilled leather worker who repaired saddles and made numerous leather products at his shop in Belgrade. He will be greatly missed by family, friends and coworkers. His pleasant and cooperative attitude made him a great friend and employee. Currently, Pete Melniker is ram rodding a effort to raise money to help Suzy and Tyler with expenses since Bob's income was very important to his family. Join us in our support of Suzy and Tyler. All contributions will be greatly appreciated by Bob’s family.

Go Fund Me link for Bob Melson's family

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