Lois Laura Robinson

March 05, 1920 - June 15, 2013

Lois Laura Robinson

March 05, 1920 - June 15, 2013


Lois L. Robinson

Lois Laura Robinson went to be with Jesus on June 15, 2013 after being cared for by her family at home in Lynden. She was born in 1920 in Montana. She married her high school sweetheart, Leslie Robinson, in 1941 and they lived in Yakima for most of their lives, raising their kids, Joel & Cheryl.
In her 93 years, she was known for her great compassion, quiet strength, listening ear, and a servant’s heart. Her deep faith in Christ was evident to all by how she cared for others.
Lois was met in heaven by her parents Joel & Anna Rosenbaum, husband Les, and her two sisters Addie Rosenbaum and Betty Adams.
Her memory will be cherished by those she left behind, namely, her children Joel & Jeannine Robinson, Cheryl & Steve Alexander, and grandchildren Dena & Trevor Durham, Holly & Phil Paris, Scott & Meg Alexander, Sarah & Justin Bajema, as well as 6 great grandchildren who will always remember her by her tea parties.
She will be missed, and we are better people for having known her love.

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3 responses to Lois Laura Robinson

  1. Both Lois and Les were a wonderful generous and caring couple. We have very fond memories of them and their wonderful Daughter Cheryl , who was one of the teens in the youth group we sponsored. We still think of them often. We pray the Lord will comfort and bless those who are left behind and miss them.

  2. Holly Paris says:

    Being Grandmas grandaughter is such a privilege . She was the most kind gentle lady full of love generosity and understanding. She was my true feiend and confident . I will always remember our tea paeties and the fancy wedding complete with a tiered cake for our stuffed animals. She was every bit and more a Great Grandma to my 3 kids. Happily spoiling them as she did my sister and I. She will always be with us. I can only hope to be as amazing as my Grandma. How lucky we are to have been blessed to have her in our lives.

  3. Joel and Cheryl, I am so sorry to read about Lois. She was a wonderful person. I often think of the Hummel Plaques she use to make. You are in my thoughts and prayers during this time.
    Roy Barton

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