Deremiah Frye Mortuary Greene & Harrell Chapel

700 West Gourley Pike, Bloomington, IN


Jeffery Duane Robertson

August 23, 1965October 16, 2019

Jeffery Duane Robertson passed away peacefully at his home with his family by his side on October 16, 2019. He was the son of Hobert D. and Jeanette (Young) Robertson and was born in Orlando, Florida on August 23, 1965.

Jeff loved drag racing, hunting and fishing, but most of all his family and his nine grandchildren. He loved to make people laugh, always telling jokes with his great sense of humor.

Jeff leaves behind his wife; Laura Robertson, three daughters; Amanda Dawn Robertson, Ashley Klopfenstein, Alisha Chambers-Robertson, two bonus children; Tyler Verhines-Robertson, and Leslea Lindsey, two sisters; Denna Robertson-Gray and Theresa Robertson and one brother; Lonny Joe Robertson.

There will be a Celebration of Jeff’s Life at the Harrodsburg Community Center, 1002 W. Popcorn Rd, Harrodsburg, IN on Sunday, October 20, 2019 at 2 pm. Please join us for the laughter and many stories that will be told.

Deremiah-Frye Mortuary, 700 W. Gourley Pike, Bloomington, Indiana is entrusted with arrangements.

Online condolences may be given to the family at www.DeremiahFryeMortuary.com.


  • Celebration of Life Sunday, October 20, 2019


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Martha Hoover

October 18, 2019

My best memories I have of Jeff are the times I made him blush, yes, blush, when I would tell him I thought he was a handsome dude!!! I really meant it to!!! Jeff was a very handsome guy!!! I will miss teasing my nephew!!!

Julie Mathis

October 17, 2019

A couple of many memories with Jeff. Tyler being about 22 months old: Jeff had a big ole dirt bike and of course anything that had a motor on it Tyler wanted to ride it. So Jeff gets Tyler on the bike, they go up and down the driveway a few times than on the trails yikes as I am trying to stay calm, a few minutes later here they come and blood is splattered all over Tyler's face and Jeff's shirt. I freaked out and as I am trying to get Tyler off to clean him up, he was not having it! He started screaming: Again, again go again. That's my Country Boy for sure. And Jeff always joking with Leslea (Wolfie) being a Girly girl would tease her about her hair, lipgloss & make-up. Hanging Onto Good Memories Jeffery Duane

Denna Robertson-Gray

October 17, 2019

I always called him Bubba... and I being the oldest of the 4 siblings, I had the duty of baby sitting while Mom and Dad worked their night jobs. Needless to say, Bubba was a little pain in the back side from time to time and he loved to agitate me to no end. During one of our squabbles, Jeff blurted this out: DEINER WEINER WORKS IN THE CLEANERS AND MAKES HER OWN HOT DOG WEINERS. Guessing he was around 12 years old, this caught me off guard and both of us started laughing hysterically! From that day forward, to agitate me, he would blurt that out to me in a snarky voice and we couldn't help but to laugh. Bubba, your sense of humor was way beyond left field, but you were so good at it, no one could ever keep from laughing. Missing you... loving you.... fly high...Big Sissy

Theresa Robertson

October 17, 2019

There are really so many memories of Jeff. But I will start with this 1. When we'd lived in Albuquerque New Mexico Jeff was about 10 or 12 years old. We had an Irish satter named Sean. Jeff decided to use him the Irish setter to play with on roller skates. Jeff would throw the ball and Sean would pull Jeff. Dad saw this happening and whistled for Sean. You should have seen the sparks fly off of those wheels. Sean had Jeff going so fast Jeff was terrified to let go! Jeff never used Sean again for that, instead he used our smaller Irish setter Serina. Love you brother!