Willie Leon Robbins

Willie Leon Robbins, age 80, went to be with the lord on May 7th.  Willie was born March 24, 1933 in Hartwell Arkansas.  He was the next to youngest of 10 children born to Eva and Carey Robbins. Willie came to Washington around age 15.  In 1957, Willie joined the Boeing Company as a machinist and worked there until his retirement in 1988.  In 1963, Willie married Jean and they settled in the SeaTac area.  Willie is survived by his wife, 2 daughters –  Oma Mark of SeaTac and Beverly Overstreet of Mayo SC and his two stepdaughters –  Terrie Cox of Seattle and Lorri Cox of Kent.  Willie is also survived by one sister – Neva Hosheit of Wenatchee.  There are 8 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren and numerous in-laws and nieces and nephews.

There will be a Celebration of Life on Saturday May 18th from 1-3pm at the family home.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to your favorite charity and in particular the Kidney Foundation.

4 Responses to “Willie Leon Robbins”

  • Wilma Robbins says:

    Uncle Leon will be truly missed by the entire family. Shelly says now she has no one to fish with. Leon loved his fishing trips with his family and friends.

    Love to all of his family and just know that we are there for you all. See you next Saturday.

    His loving niece Wilma

  • Michelle Stussy says:

    Rest in Peace Uncle, until we are all together again. I will pray for comfort for the family, you will be greatly missed. I love you Uncle Leon.

  • Oma Mark says:

    My dad was the best.He loved to fish, hunt, camp and just loved being with family. He loved his brothers and sisters, nieces and nephews, grand kids very deeply.He was a man you wanted for your friend and dad. I was lucky I had both. I just know there is a hell of a pinochle game going on in heaven.

  • Mollie MAllister says:

    Uncle Leon was always a happy guy. He loved all of his family. He had a special closeness with his oldest sister, Viola {Sis Robbins Markley] who was my mother.He and Jean made many trips back to Huntsville to visit her.My husband Mac and I who live in Harriman,N.Y. enjoyed several wonderful visits with him and Jean in Seattle. We will miss him greatly. May his soul rest in peace.

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