OBITUARY

Glen H. Robinson Jr.

December 11, 1944February 15, 2021
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Glen Harlen Robinson, Jr. was born December 11, 1944 in Welsh Louisiana, the youngest of 3 siblings. He returned home to the Lord February 15, 2021 at the age of 76. Glen graduated from Orangefield High School in LA in 1962. After high school he enlisted in the air force. Glen served 1963-1967 at the LR Air Force Base, which is where he met his wife of 55 years, Lynn. In the late 60s Glen joined the Pulaski Heights Masonic Lodge #673 where he served as Worshipful Master in 1972. In 1989 he joined the Congo Masonic Lodge #743 and was still a member. Glen became a member of Oak Forest Lions Club in 1984. He served as District Governor of LR Founders Lions Club 1990-1991 and Council Chairman 1991-1992 of Lions of AR Glen sold insurance for Farmers Insurance Group over 30 years and retired as an independent agent in 2015. Glen also served as a Sherriff Reserve for Saline County. Glen knew the Lord and was an active member of Salem United Methodist church and the Crusaders Sunday School class. Glen was a loving husband, father, and grandfather who enjoyed spending time with his family, fishing, and cooking. He was proceeded in death by his parents, Marguerite Robinson, of Beaumont TX, and Glen H. Robinson Sr of McComb MS. A sister, Elizabeth Peveto of Denton, TX, and a granddaughter, Kalissa Lee of Bryant AR. He left behind a wife of 55 years, Lynn D. Robinson, a daughter Angela Lee Coleman (Joe). A son, Chris Robinson. One brother, Buddy Robinson of Ville Platte, LA. 2 granddaughters, Brenda Lee and Robyn Kimbrough. 3 grandsons, Anthony Lee (Kristen), Eric Lee, and Christian Robinson. 2 great grandchildren Kylie and Jesse and many good lifelong friends. Memorials can be made to Salem United Methodist church, St. Jude's, or Shriners hospital. Special thanks to the doctors and nurses at Arkansas Heart Hospital. A Memorial Graveside service will be held 2:00pm, Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at Forest Hills Memorial Park. Services will be officiated by Justin Ledbetter.

Services

3 March

Graveside Memorial Service

2:00 pm

Forest Hills Memorial Park

10201 Highway 5 North
Alexander, Arkansas

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Phil & Kelle Patterson

February 25, 2021

Our deepest sympathy for all.
Glen is definitely remembered as being such a nice man💙Always so friendly...Just as his precious wife 💖 is as well. You will all be in our thoughts and prayers in the coming days, weeks & months 🙏🏼

Aaron and Jenna Jones

February 24, 2021

Dear Robinson Family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. It breaks my heart to know that I won't see Glen sitting at the back of the church anymore. He was an amazing and man and I am quite sure that Glen heard well done thy good and faithful servant. Prayers for all of you.

Shane Broadway

February 22, 2021

Debbie and I were both so sad to learn of the passing of our dear friend. Please know that you are in our every thought and prayer today and in the coming days. We shared a lot of great times with Glen going to every event around the county for many years, fish fries, BBQ's, pie suppers, they all seemed to evolve around food! Glen was always the person you wanted to see at those events because you knew we were going to have fun. I always have said there is a list of people you always hoped you would run into at event, he was always on that list because he always made you smile and he was always sharing with my wife Debbie who has MS that he was praying for her every day. Those words meant more than we could ever say. Special man and friend. God Bless you and your family during this time.

Michele (McBride) Dalmendray

February 19, 2021

I grew loving you and your family, Mr. Robinson, through church at Oak Forest UMC, but I'll admit that I have never gotten used to that wild-duck gumbo from the sunday school family camping trips. So glad to know that you are now walking with Jesus. All my love and deepest condolences to the Robinson family.

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