He is a father and a husband, living in Bangor and working as a joiner.
Bobby is now a Born Again Christian and teaches art to inmates in the prisons where he served time. When Bobby joined the Ulster Volunteer Force, he believed he was fighting a just cause. But now, he feels he was wrong.
Bobby talks about the pain he has been through to find God and how sorry he is for his past. He speaks honestly about the paramilitaries, the high suicide rate and the deaths that have occurred as a direct result of The Troubles. He describes the tragic results of the poor choices made by young men in their late teens and twenties and how the consequences are still playing out today.