In Memory of




Obituary for Robert Lee Robinson

This is the story of my life Robert (Roby) Lee Robinson

Precious in the sight of the lord is the death of the saints, Psalms 116:15

Robert Lee was born in the evening in Frost, Texas. Spencer Robinson and Mary Frances
Robinson welcome the wonderful ten pound baby boy. He was the 7th child born to this union. We called him (Roby).Robert begin to grow, grow and grow. His parents moved from Irene, TX to Hillsboro, TX. There is where he started school in Hillsboro, TX. From elementary to high school where he attended Hillsboro high. He graduated High school May 24th, 1967 with honors and was class valedictorian.

Robert started his new life as a man. First he started his college journey at Tarrant County
Junior College for a little bit. Then transferred to Texas A&M University for about a year or two. Robert's mind began wondering , he moved to San Diego, CA and started school at The University of California in Berkeley, California.

Robert decided to join the army services, where he was stationed at Fort Bragg in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Robert stayed in the army until he decided to retire in 1980. Robert retired from the army with disability and received honors from the army; Expert M-16, Good conduct Medal, and National Defense Service Medal. After retiring from the army, Robert decided he wanted to go back to college. So Robert enrolled in Fayetteville State University in North Carolina. He graduated from Fayetteville State May 9th, 1982 with honors as Magna Cum Laude as a Chemistry Engineer. After he graduated Robert moved to Fort Worth, TX and began his work journey as a chemist engineer.

His first was in Graham, TX as a senior formulations chemist. He worked for years until his company transferred him to work in Moline Illinois where he worked as a product development chemist for a long time. He moved back to Fort Worth when he retired with disability. Later Robert United with the Greater Love Chapel COGIC in the year of Oct, 2004. Under the leadership of Bishop Jimmy W Glenn Sr. He was baptized in the faith of the Church of God in Christ. Robert (Roby) served as the main Sunday school teacher faithfully and also served as a member of the Shepherd's Staff Ministry. Robert Lee was faithful to his church until his demise on July 3rd, 2023.

Let the work I done speak for me.

Those Left in my memories; one beloved sister Dwendolyn Robinson Benjamin, a host for
nieces and nephews, relatives, friends and classmates.