Jamie Lynn Robison © Enid News and Eagle 06-1999 Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
|"All people are good,
but better are none,
than all the seniors of '71!"
Gone but never forgotten.
- EHS Class of 1971
Dr. Jamie L. Robison, resident of Tonkawa, passed away Monday evening, June 7, 1999 at his home in Tonkawa. He had reached the age of 46 years, 6 months and 13 days.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today at the First Baptist Church, Tonkawa. Presiding Ministers will be Rev. Richard Thomasson, First Baptist Church, Tonkawa, Rev. Max Colaw, Bartlesville, and Rev. Bryan Sprung, Cedar Ridge Wesleyan Church, Enid. Interment will be at the I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Tonkawa, under the direction of McCafferty-Bolick Funeral Home, Tonkawa.
Jamie Lynn Robison was born November 25, 1952 at Enid, Oklahoma, the son of Jack Lawrence Robison and Billie H. (Long) Robison. Jamie grew up in a loving Christian home where he was a member of the Wesleyan Church of Enid. He attended Enid Public Schools and graduated from Enid High School in l971. He was united in marriage to Rose Mary Sweatt on June 10, 1973 at Enid with a couple making their first home in Weatherford, Oklahoma. While living in Weatherford Jamie attended Southwestern Oklahoma State University receiving a degree in pharmacy. The couple then moved to Poteau, OK, where Jamie worked for the D&D Pharmacy. The couple then moved to Edmond, OK in 1977 at which time Jamie was accepted and attended the University of Oklahoma School of Dentistry, graduating in June of l981. The couple at that time moved to Tonkawa where they purchased the dentistry practice of Dr. Robert Carter. Dr. Robison had continued the practice for the past 18 years at that location until ill health forced him to quit the practice this past April.
Dr. Robison had served on the Tonkawa Recreation Committee, was the past president of the Tonkawa Kiwanis Club, had served 7 year on the Tonkawa School Board, was a member of the Southwestern Pharmacy Alumni Association, the Oklahoma Dental Association and the American Dental Association. Dr. Robison was very active throughout the years with the youth activities of Tonkawa and the surrounding area. He had coached little league baseball, basketball, and soccer as well as pee wee football. Most importantly Jamie was a member of the family of God and worshipped regularly at the Tonkawa First Baptist Church. His family was very important to him as wellas his employees and patients. His enjoyments included hunting, fishing,k camping, horseback riding snow skiing and coaching young people.
He is survived by his wife, Rose Mary, of the home, his mother, Billie Robison Enid; two daughters, Julie Robison Emily (Robison) White and husband, James all of Tonkawa and one son, John Robison, also of Tonkawa; two brokers, Rod Robison and wife, Margaret of Gore, OK, Bruce Robison and wife Barbara of Piedmont, OK and sister Marian Keck of Yukon, OK; one grandson, Kobe James White of Tonkawa; his mother in law, Maxine Sweatt, Enid several nieces and nephews and many, many friends. He was preceded in death by this father, Jack Lawrence Robison, his paternal grandparents, Tom and Pauline Robison and his maternal grandparents, Andrew and Ruby Long and his father in law, Robert Sweatt. Casket bearers will be Roger Wilkins, John Lucas, Dean Mendenhall Ted Impson Dr. Ron Walcher, and Dr. Michael Dobbins
Memorial contributions may be made to the Dr. Jamie L. Robison Memorial Scholarship Fund, in care of the Service Bank of Tonkawa, P.O. Box 528, Tonkawa, OK 74653.
The family will be at the home on Rt 1
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