Dora Lee Robinson

Dora Lee Robinson, age 80 of Lonoke, died Monday, January 12, 2015 at her home. She was born March 3, 1934 in Almyra, Arkansas.
Dora was preceded in death by her parents, Russell Vern Kagebein and Dolly Kagebein Turley; her husband, Franklin Robinson, and a sister, Lela Mitchell.
She is survived by two brothers, David and Eddie Turley; three sons, Larry, Terry, and John Robinson; one daughter, Patricia Harrison; 5 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren.
Visitation will be from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M., Tuesday, January 13, 2015 at Westbrook Funeral Home in Hazen. Funeral services will be 1:00 P.M., Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at the Westbrook Funeral Home Chapel in Hazen. Burial will be in the Hazen Cemetery.

8 thoughts on “Dora Lee Robinson”

  1. Ronnie and Kathy Simmons

    I was so sorry to hear about your Mom. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.
    Kathy (Holmes) Simmons

  2. Thank you for being the best mother in law a daughter in law could have.Thank you for the many morning talks over coffee,cooking lessons ,life lessons and general wisdom and knowledge you have given me.Thank you for loving my children as much as anyone could.Thank you for helping me through nursing school I couldn’t have done it with out you.You are greatly loved and admired.

  3. Carmen Robinson-Cooper

    My deepest sympathies to all my cousins and their families. Aunt Dora was a wonderful person and always made me feel welcome in her home. I shall miss her and keep you all in my prayers.

  4. Cathy (Thumper)Beardslee Taylor

    I am so sorry to hear that Aunt Dora passed. I have very fond memories of spending time at her house.
    Her and Uncle Frank were always fun to be around. She was always there to quickly take up for me when Uncle Frank started teasing me.
    My prayers go out to my cousins during this time. Even though it has been several years since we have seen each other I know it is still a difficult time for you. I hope each of you find peace in these hard times.

  5. Thank you Aunt Dora for being you. You were Grandma made over. I know you, her & Lela are drinking coffee and catching up. You were there when we needed you as kids. You never backed down from ANYONE. You always made me feel special. God’s got a perfect Heaven for you. I love you and will miss you. I hope to take a small piece of your knowledge & gumption with me.

  6. Melody Arant Leslie

    The world has lost a truly beautiful person. I have fond memories of her from my childhood, she always made us feel welcome when we came to visit family in Arkansas. She was a special person with a very big heart. My sympathies go to my cousins and her family at this sad time in their lives. Keep the memories of her close and always in your heart.

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