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Donald Keith Robbins, Sr.
E. R. Johnson Family Mortuary

Donald Keith  Robbins, Sr.Donald Keith  Robbins, Sr. was born on November 23, 1951, in Fort Sill, OK. He was the eldest son of Kermit S. Robbins and Jane E Wyche. He accepted Christ at an early age and was a proud 1971 graduate of Ball High School. A longtime resident of Galveston, County, he was formerly employed with the Galveston Yacht Club, Miken Construction and the Bay City Nuclear Power Plant. Donald was a lover of life and all types of music.

On November 9, 2009, after a yearlong bravely fought battle with cancer, he quietly surrendered at his home to God's call, to take his rest from his pains, with his loving wife at his side.

Waiting to welcome him with open arms, are his parents, Kermit Robbins and Jane E. Austin; brother, Darrell Robbins; grandparents, Mr. and Mars Lamar Johnson.

He leaves here to cherish memories, his loving, devoted and caring wife, Rita K. Robbins; children, Robert C. Nichols, Sr. (Renee), Rhonda R. Bolden (Michael), Cheryl McChristian (Donald), Doneshia Greene (Lawrence), Donald K. Kerlegan, Donald K Robbins, Jr.; siblings, Tony Robbins (Debra) and Hallie Roberts; grandchildren,  Robert C., Jr., Terrell J. and Dustin Nichols, Ebony Henderson, Darrica A. Clark, Theo Stanley, Jr., Cecille S. Maxey, Donyea L. McChristian, and D.L. Greene; great grandchildren, Tory W Hall, Jr.; stepfather, Al Austin; numerous uncles, aunts, and relatives; devoted and caring sisters in law, Nellie Williams and Deborah Elliot; extended and loving family, the Kerlegans.

Special thanks to the staffs at M.D. Anderson Cancer Hospital, Triumph Hospital, Altus Hospice, Davita Dialysis staff and physicians; Dr. Roger Rodgers of Clear Lake and Dr Newman. 

Visitation will begin at 11 AM on Saturday, November 21, 2009, followed by funeral service at 1:00 PM at the First Missionary Baptist Church (819 MLK, Texas City, TX) Rev A. L. Bell, Pastor, Rev Nathaniel Brown officiating.




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