John Conner Robison

August 28, 1932January 23, 2013

GRAND PRAIRIE -- John Conner Robison, 80, passed away Wednesday, January 23, 2013, in Arlington TX. GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 9:15 am, Wednesday, January 30, at DFW National Cemetery. Open viewing 2-5 pm Tuesday, January 29 at Bean-Massey-Burge Funeral Home, 733 Dalworth St, Grand Prairie TX. John was born August 28, 1932 in Pontchatula LA. He was a graduate of Istrouma High School in Baton Rouge LA, and Mountain View Community College in Dallas. John met the woman of his dreams on January 23, 1953 on a blind date and married her 15 days later. He retired as a Supervisor of Mails at the U S Postal Service-Airport Mail Facility in 1988 after 28 years of service. He proudly served in the United States Marine Corps from 1950-1960. He served in Korea and Japan during the Korean Conflict. He also served at Naval Air Station, Dallas, Carswell Air Force Base, Fort Worth and El Toro California. John was a 32nd degree Mason and a member of Trinity Valley Masonic Lodge, Dallas TX. He was a devoted family man and loved spending time with his wife, children and grandchildren. He loved spending time outdoors hunting and fishing and was an avid collector of just about anything. He will be fondly remembered by family, friends, and acquaintances. John was preceded in death by his parents George and Ruth (Felder) Robison of Baton Rouge LA. SURVIVORS: He leaves to mourn his passing, wife of almost 60 years, Peggy Sudderth Robison, son, Rocky Robison, daughter and son-in-law, Robby and Paul Sieminski, grandchildren, Blake and Paige Sieminski, numerous cousins, and a host of other family and friends.


  • Open Viewing Tuesday, January 29, 2013
  • Committal Service Wednesday, January 30, 2013

John Conner Robison

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Rhonda McGwier

February 1, 2013

So sorry for your loss. We had some good times when we lived on Terry Dr in GP with your family. As you know we lost my Mother Ruby Jernigan on Jan 14 from acute lymphoblastic leukemia. It was a 18 month battle for her.

Dutch LittleBird

January 30, 2013

Uncle Robby, not only my Uncle he was my friend. I was lucky enough to marry into the family as he did and he always made me feel like family. So kind friendly and loving always. He knew how to make you feel so comfortable and to say just the right words to make you feel like you were so special to him, and we all were special to him. He was special to us and we were so lucky to have Uncle Robby. We will meet again and be sure to have your glasses on so you can look over them at me and then I surely will recognize you...Sending love and prayers as Uncle is laid to you all

Krystella Bynum

January 29, 2013

I am so sorry for your loss. I love your family dearly and ya'll will be in my prayers!

Roig Family

January 29, 2013

Our thoughts & prayers are with your family at this difficult time

George Page

January 28, 2013

With Deepest Sympathy at this sad time.A Good Man.George Page U.S.Postal Ret.

Jim Gautney

January 28, 2013

Robby & Paul,
So sorry for the loss of your Dad. God calls those he loves therefore, we can be comforted in our sorrow that he is now rejoicing with the almighty God and savior Jesus Christ.

Robert Lemons

January 27, 2013

May the peace of God be with the Robinson family now in the time of your loss and forever.

Former Supervisor and Manager AMF

The Kragl's

January 27, 2013

You have been across the street for years. It will not be the same without you always outside either mowing your grass or walking down the sidewalk. We will be just walking distance away if Peggy or your family needs us through this rough time. Rest in peace John. You'll be missed by so many.

Sandra LittleBird

January 26, 2013

I love you Uncle Robby. There is no words to help with the pain and sorrow of you being called home by the Lord. You and Daddy keep on with the jokes and pranks up there in Heaven...we all will be with you soon and be together again.

Amanda Tucker

January 26, 2013

I love you so much uncle robby. May you rest in peace.