Robert Stevens Street, Jr.
Robert Stevens Street, Jr. - aka Bobby Diamond but to most of us who loved him dearly he was known as "OGBobbyD". Bobby was called home unexpectedly on November 6th, 2019. He was 45 years old. He was born in Akron, Ohio on February 14th, 1974.

Bobby was a self-taught graduate of what he would probably call the college of OGBobbyD and was known to be able to pretty much get anything with wheels running, to include fixing a vehicle with a hair tie. Yes, a. Hair tie! When his daughter Makayla was born he even put a motor on her swing! Bobby had a major obsession with cars or pretty much anything he could ghetto rig to make run.

Bobby loved a few things bigger than cars. Everyone knows his biggest love was his love for his daughters Matison and Makayla and his grand babies ! They lit up His world and were considered his biggest accomplishment in life!

Bobby loved helping people, well so long as it involved fixing something. You could call him and he would be there in a hearts beat to help you. He loved people and was always the funniest person in the room. There were no bad days when he was with you. He could literally make everything funny!

Bobby is survived by his daugther Makayla Street, boyfriend Izaac Smith, grandson Kingstyn Smith and granddaughter Kinslee Smith, Daughter Matison Kinsey, boyfriend Sanford Baughman, granddaughters Addison Welch and Avery Baughman and the mother of his daughters Amy Driskell, his mother Jerri Williams, father Robert Street, Sr. and wife Nannette, brother Randy Street and wife Jillian, sister Jill LaCount and husband Kelly and brother Willie Diamond, his best friends Ricky Willcox, Wesley Fisher, Dale Spurlin, KC Jolls and David Gomez, along with numerous nieces and nephews, cousins and friends he would call family.

A memorial service will be held Saturday, 11/16 at 10:00AM at Primrose Funeral Service at 1109 N Porter Ave. Sign the online guestbook at
Published on November 14, 2019


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Jeff Griffin
Dec 10, 2019
I new Bobby when we went to Jefferson elementary school and we would work on bikes then motor cycles lawnmowers etc. We would see each other from time to time and still we would talk about the day's of past. Well brother I'll see you on the other side. Love ya
Brian Albertson
Nov 19, 2019
Great guy .