Donald Ray Robinson © Cheyenne Star Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Donald Ray Robinson, 71, died Friday, March 15, 2002 in Shattuck, Oklahoma.
Mr. Robinson was born May 5, 1930, in Elk City, Oklahoma to Orville Blis and Dora Mae Robinson.
He married Velma Dean Clay August 18, 1948, in Cheyenne, Oklahoma.
He went to school in Reydon, Oklahoma.
He and Dean lived in Pampa and Lefors before moving to Follett, where they have lived for 31 years.
He worked to Transwestern Oil Company for 20 years.
He was a member of the National Rifle Association and was an avid hunter and reader.
He was living at Twin Oaks Manor in Booker at the time of his death.
He was preceded in death by his father and two brothers, James and Dale.
Survivors include his wife and mother; a daughter, Margaret Robinson of Weatherford, Oklahoma; two sons, Orville and wife Teresa of Follett, Texas; and Clayton and wife Ellen of Ponchatoula, Lousiana; sister Evelyn Porter and husband J. T. of Reydon, Oklahoma; nine grandchildren, Mesa, Eric, Dirk, Caleb, Zachary, Seth,Joshua, Jessica and Matt; one great-grandchild; and numerous friends.
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