Doyle Lee Robinson, age 76, of Lamar, Missouri died at his home, Thursday, February 15, 2018.

     Doyle was born the oldest of six children, July 25, 1941 in Garfield, Arkansas to Alfis Lee and Arlene Fay (Reddick) Robinson. After graduating from high school, he served his country in the United States Navy and was stationed at Naval Air Station Cecil Field in Florida from 1959 to 1962. He had worked for over 26 years at O’Sullivan Industries as an electronics technician. He enjoyed hunting and fishing and was a trapper. Doyle was known for his home grown vegetable which he sold at the farmers market and was a member of several square-dancing club for 17 years in Florida and Memphis Tennessee.

     Survivors include two sons, Michael Lee Robinson of Florida and Jereld Jay (Angela) Robinson of Durham, North Carolina; a sister, Gereldine Russell of Lowell Arkansas; and his care giver, Kim Walker.

     Doyle will be buried with a private graveside service in Robinson Family Cemetery in Arkansas.


#5 LamarAudi Davidson 2018-02-23 19:08
I'm going to miss Doyle. I spent short burst of time getting to know him when he came into CBCH. We talked about our last name being the same and the fact that this world was so small. He was a blessing and made me feel good. our running joke was he would call out "hello Mrs. Robinson" and I'd call out "hello Mr. Robinson" like we where long lost family. lol
Thanks Mr. Doyle Robinson God Bless
#4 RE: Doyle RobinsonSandy Bean 2018-02-20 20:49
Doyle was a man with a heart of gold. He loved his garden and the community. He was a great guy and will be truly missed. Fly high Doyle!!!!
#3 Lamar MOLaurann Robertson 2018-02-17 18:46
So very sorry....Doyle certainly fought the fight...Doyle will be missed for sure....prayers for his family.
#2 Carthage, MOLinda Hagins 2018-02-16 23:31
So sorry to hear this. My thoughts and prayers are with the family
#1 LamarBarbara McDaniel 2018-02-16 23:09
So sorry to hear about the Doyle passing. He was such a good man and will be missed. Everytime I go to the Farmers' Market, I think of Doyle and always will.

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