Brown Mortuary Service

299 North Market Blvd, Chehalis, WA


Warren Gene Robinson Jr.

January 1, 1952July 4, 2019

Warren Eugene Robinson, Jr., aged 67, of Longview, Wash., passed away on July 4, 2019, at Longview Care Center, also in Longview. Warren was born in Vancouver, Wash., on January 5, 1952, to Warren Eugene, Sr., and George Ann (Selph) Robinson. Warren proudly served our country with the United States Army. The public is invited to attend this unclaimed Veteran’s burial with military honors at 1 PM on Monday, October 28, at Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent, Wash.


  • Graveside Service Monday, October 28, 2019


Warren Gene Robinson Jr.

have a memory or condolence to add?

Jim Schank

October 31, 2019

Sir, from one veteran to another, I Salute you sir. There is NO higher honor given that I know of then the Salute. It is given with honor, respect and Dignity! Your tour of duty here on earth is over, and you carried out all of your duties with honor! You defended your family on earth until you were the last one left.
Therefore you have been relieved of your duties and your fellow brothers and sisters in arms here on earth have assumed command here on earth, as you are transferred to your next tour of duty in heaven above. Enjoy your next tour of duty in heaven sir. Therefore:
SOLDIER, DISMISSED, with our thanks for your service.
SSgt James J. Schank

Douglas & Lea Cook

October 29, 2019

Warren Gene Robinson Jr. Unclaimed Veteran. You did not go to rest alone. You were surrounded by perhaps unknown but loyal friends today. Among us were fellow Veterans, Active duty, Retired, Disabled as well as spouses, children and civilians who felt compelled to attend due to a simple message on social media. Your service was attended by hundreds of patriotic citizens who wanted to honor a hero. That we did. May God bless you sir, and rest assured you are not alone or unclaimed. Thank you for your devotion and service. Respectfully LCdr. and Mrs. Douglas Cook USN Ret. REST IN PEACE

Carol McDonald

October 25, 2019

Mr Robinson sacrificed his time, his life guarding our freedoms. May angels stand in guard over him now. Thank you, for your service, Mr. Robinson. I'm in Tennessee, but my heart will attend your service.

Connie Stephens

October 24, 2019

I did not know you, but I wanted to say thank you for your sacrifice that I may be free. Rest in paradise, sir.

Jack Iddins

October 23, 2019

I didn't know him but wish I had.
Here's information for his military burial service being held on 10/28/2019