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William Chester "Robbie" Robeson, Jr.

William Chester "Robbie" Robeson, Jr., was born August 28, 1939, and deceased February 26, 2020. He was preceeded in life by his father (William Chester Robeson, Sr), mother (Elizabeth Louise Robeson), his only brother Leo Frank "Mike" Robeson and eldest son (William Chester "BIll" Robeson, III).

"Robbie" Robeson

Survived by many friends and family including his loving wife Sandra Kay Robeson; children Robbie Lynn (Don) Gaskill , Ronda Louise Bereki, Randy Allen Arwood, Gregory Adam (Carla) Robeson, Julie Lyn (Kenny) James, Jason Lawrence (Angela) Robeson, grandkids Danielle, Krista, Melisa (Matt), Tiffany (Marcus), Jennifer (Ben), Kristen (David), Derek, Jessica (Jonathan), Branden, Amanda (Scott), Holly (Andrew), Sarah, Carlotta (Lori), Gregory (Nina), Mychella and Jason "Liam", great-grandkids Gavin, Finnlee, Kayden, Trenton, Brooklyn, Lilly, Joey, Sariah, Angelina, Gage, Payton, Lukas, Charlotte, Madison, Trevor William, Kaiden, Tyla, Micah, Alexander, Gregory Lucas, Jaxon and his favorite fur baby Missy.

Robbie was loved and adored by everyone he met and they were all his friends. He had a smile that would light up the room. Being around him you couldn't help but smile as well. He worked in many different jobs - from delivering milk, to selling air conditioners, to driving a truck - but he finally he found his true calling when he landed his job working at the marina. It was truly in his wheel house to help others enjoy all that can be found on the water, sharing his love with them all. Fishing was his true passion and he would cast his lines in all types of weather.

He also loved his family and would take them on fishing and boating trips - teaching and guiding his kids, grandkids and great-grandkids how to both enjoy and respect the outdoors. For most, being with Papa Rob will always be a memory of "their first catch".

He spent many nights with his "gang". Dinner and fun with Rob & Sheryl, Buzz & Janet and John and of course time will his neighbors Michael, Garry and Cheryl.

He will truly be missed by everyone he touched.

A Celebration of Life will be held at 4:00 pm, Monday, March 2, 2020 at Greenlawn Funeral Home Branson. A visitation will be held from 3:00 pm until time of service.

Please visit our web site at www.greenlawnfuneralhome.com to leave online condolences.

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