OBITUARY

Cleston Robson

February 4, 1924January 8, 2013

Cleston Robson was born on February 4, 1924 in Mena, Arkansas and passed away on January 8, 2013 in Bellevue, Washington.

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation Friday, January 11, 2013
  • Funeral Service Friday, January 11, 2013

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Internment
REMEMBERING

Cleston Robson

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Sandy Pearl

January 17, 2013

Dear Robson Family,

I was saddened to hear of the passing of your dad. He was an inspiration to all of us as we grew up. May the memories of him last a lifetime.

Mary Warren

January 13, 2013

Dear Robson Family,
I am saddened by the passing of both your parents. Yet I am filled with peace knowing that you all have been the best family and have loved and supported each other through everything life has brought you. I admire your strong family values and know that your mother and father were blessed with great children and grandchildren. May your fond memories help you through this difficult time and bring you joy!
Love,
Mary Warren

Doug Geiger

January 11, 2013

I will always remember Robby 'helping' me make my Hot Buttered Waters during the holidays and his quiet nature as his household of family (ok, and neighborhood) mayhem ensued around him. Another story that always strikes me is his family's response when he indicated he was thinking of getting speedboat and they asked "who's qualified to drive it?" - Robby - a specialized and highly qualified inland harbor captain with skills very few ship captains can achieve - but as a dad us kids could not fathom. I treasure my encounters with him as my friend's/neighbors father and his effect on my life as I matured. You have served us all well - rest in peace.

Elsie Canter

January 11, 2013

To all of Della and Robbys children and grandchildren...God bless you all and keep you. Two very special people I had the pleasure of working with. God's peace be with you.

Jackie Lee

January 10, 2013

When we told James and Patrick that Robbie had died, the first thing they said was 'he used to cook such great crispy bacon in the microwave'. His breakfasts were awesome. I remember how helpful Robbie was to me when we first emigrated to Canada and Joe was still in England. James, Patrick and I would drive down to visit Della and Robbie and I would always get lost. He would come out and find me on the roads and I would follow him home. He was a great guy. So sad for your loss. I can't be with you today, but I am thinking of you. Love Jackie Lee

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