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MaryLou RobbinsPassing: April 27, 2020

Service:

Mitchell Cemetery

Graveside Service

Friday, May 1st

Visitation:

No Visitation

Cemetery:

Mitchell Cemetery

Friday, May 1st

Gays Creek, Kentucky – MaryLou Robbins, 62, formerly of Mitchell, passed away Monday, April 27, 2020, at her residence.

Born May 6, 1957, in Watts, Kentucky, she was the daughter of Elliott Davidson and Betty Lou (White) Combs.  She married Harold A. Robbins August 31, 1971, and he preceded her in death February 24, 2011.

 MaryLou was a licensed practical nurse and a member of First Church of God in Chavies, Kentucky.  MaryLou was a past member of American Legion Post No. 250 Auxiliary and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 9107 Auxiliary.

Surviving:
children,
Douglas Robbins of Gays Creek, Kentucky
Dixie (Chris) Webb of Mitchell
Dorrie  (Bobby Johnson) Robbins of Altro, Kentucky
Derrick (Kimmy Walton) Robbins of Bedford
Devan Robbins of Louisville, Kentucky
Angela Robbins of Gays Creek, Kentucky
16 grandchildren
  5 great grandchildren
siblings,
Robin (Robert) Clutter of Dayton, Ohio
Robert (Mindy) Combs of Altro, Kentucky
Patricia (David) Combs of Altro, Kentucky
Melinda Jones of Dayton, Ohio
George Davidson of Kentucky

Her parents; stepfather, Robert Combs; husband; and brother, Phillip Combs, preceded her in death.

A private family graveside service will held Friday, May 1, at Mitchell Cemetery with Pastor Brian Bridges officiating.

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2 Guest Comments

  1. Guest: Laura Copeland LPN | http://Mitchell, In
    Date: April 30, 2020
    My deepest condolences to the family on your loss. Mary Lou & I worked together for many years at Mitchell Manor. She was always a joy to be around, an excellent nurse, always willing to help others & cared deeply for the residents entrusted to her care. Her sense of humor, even in challenging times, is unforgettable. More than once she "had my back". She was more than a co-worker, I considered her my friend. She now rests in God's eternal peace. May God comfort each of you & give you strength during this difficult time & in the days to come.
  2. Guest: Linda Courson | http://Bedford ind
    Date: April 30, 2020
    I am a fellow coworker with Mary Lou at Mitchell manor 1995-2010. I always enjoyed our laughter and sense of humor. She always had beautiful handwriting. I knew she and her husband had become ill before moving to ky . Always wondered what became of her. So sorry for your loss. I’m so glad to see she belonged to church. I pray she’s with our Lord now. Linda Courson RN.
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