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Bradley Robb, 38, of Midland, passed away on March 18, 2021, at MidMichigan Medical Center.  He was born on November 10, 1982, to Bryan Robb and Deborah Barnette. 


Brad proudly served in the United States Army, 51st Sig Airborne, including 2 deployments to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, followed by service in the National Guard for 3 years.


Brad was an active member of the Berryhill American Legion Post 165. He loved hanging out with his daughter, his family, his girlfriend and his friends. He enjoyed going up to camp, playing euchre, cornhole, grilling, watching baseball; loved the outdoors (when it was warm), playing video games, watching movies (Marvel and Disney were his favorites). He loved anything to do with space and the stars. He enjoyed going to concerts and sometimes to the casino.


Brad is survived by his daughter, Madisyn Grace Robb, his mother and stepfather, Deborah and Brian Hagerty, his brothers Bryan (Sharayah) Robb II, Eric Robb, his nephews Lincoln and Paxton, his beloved girlfriend Angie Muscott, his buddy Odin who he lightheartedly called his “disservice” dog, and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.  Brad was predeceased by his father Bryan Robb, his grandmother Janet Dijak, his grandmother Margaret Stetten, his aunts Judy, Joyce and Vicki; his uncles Randy, Mike and Jim; his cousins Shawn and Danny and many other important people in his life. 


We would like to give special thanks to the hospital staff at U of M Medical Center and MidMichigan Medical Center for the excellent care they provided for Brad and all of us during this time. Brad’s family would also like to give a heartfelt special thank you to his beloved Angie who stayed by his side and provided loving care to Brad during his final days. 


A memorial service will be held at Noon on Thursday, March 25, 2021 at Smith-Miner Funeral Home, 2700 W. Wackerly, Midland. Friends may visit with the family from 10:30 am until the time of the service.  Military honors will be under the auspices of Midland County Veterans and the United States Army.


Those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider donating to a trust for his daughter, Madisyn Robb, in Brad’s honor.


Smith-Miner Funeral Home is honored to be serving the Robb/Hagerty family; to share a special memory please visit www.smithminer.com.

Condolence Messages

  1. Mom

    11 May 2021 4 months ago

    It’s been almost 2 months. I didn’t think I would survive but I do minute by minute, hour by hour, day by day. You’ve left a hole in my heart that will never heal. No words can ever express how much I love you and miss you my son. Until we see each other again ❤

  2. Aunt Denise

    26 April 2021 5 months ago

    I still just really cannot believe that you are gone. I’ve gotten a few signs from you and you visited me in a dream but my mind and my heart are still battling each other. On the one hand im a bit at ease having gotten the signs but on the other hand I feel numb because this loss is unlike any other I’ve ever been through and I hope to never experience this type again. If I had known years ago just how short your life would be, I never would’ve made you wait until tomorrow and the cereal box would’ve always been full. Love you and miss you more than you could ever know.


    25 March 2021 6 months ago

    Sending my love and prayers for Debbie, Bryan, Eric and Brian and the grandchildren, especiallly Mady. You’re in my thoughts today especially.
    Loreen Atkinson

  4. Kerren Muscott & Kyle Muscott

    25 March 2021 6 months ago

    Brad we didn’t know you well, but what we did know was how much you loved Angie and how much she loved you.Brsd, you fit right in with our crazy family
    You have a beautiful daughter Maddie whom I know will make you so proud
    Rip Bradley Robb
    Fly High!

  5. Amber Howe

    24 March 2021 6 months ago

    Brad, you will be greatly missed. I’m just an old friend from school, haven’t seen you in years, but I know the awesome friend you were. Heaven has a new angel now, RIP.❤

  6. Marty Stewart

    23 March 2021 6 months ago

    May the angels welcome you to paradise. Jesus will greet you and hold you in his loving arms.
    Rest easy until your loving family and friends see you again where love and peace abounds.

  7. Uncle Ike and Aunt Kelly

    23 March 2021 6 months ago

    Words can not express the way our hearts ache and will ache for a long, long time. We are all thankful that God let us keep you for the seven years since your illness began. We are all thankful to God for not letting you live in pain. You will forever be missed and never be forgotten. We love you, Brad.
    Your final roll call, at ease soldier, you did your duty. Thank you for your service SPC Bradley Robb.

  8. Beverly Schultz

    22 March 2021 6 months ago

    Brad, you were the love of Angie’s life and she is so grateful to have had you in her life for the past 2 years. She was so excited that New Year’s Eve when you decided to become a couple, her heart was filled with so much love for you!. Just know that she stood by you until the very end and that she will love you forever! Thank you, Brad, for loving my friend the special way that you did. You will be sadly missed!

  9. Garwood and Judy Robb

    22 March 2021 6 months ago

    My wife Judy and I would like to extend our condolences to all the Robb family on the passing of your family member, Bradley.

  10. Monica

    22 March 2021 6 months ago

    My heart broke when i heard because i just knew he was going to wake up. Rest easy brad you will be missed by us all ❤️

  11. Erin Herrington

    22 March 2021 6 months ago

    I’m so sad to hear this news, I’m sending prayers to your family. I will always remember Brad as the fun, outgoing and sweet guy from high school. Rest easy my friend.

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