Joe W. Robinson, Sr.

Joe W. Robinson, Sr., 79, resident of Dickinson, Texas, passed from this life, Saturday February 22, 2020, surrounded by his family & friends. He was born October 14, 1940 to proud and loving parents, Entis Gastin & Exa Inez Robinson. He was owner of Whites Home & Auto in League City, TX for 26 years. In 1995, he moved his business to his hometown of Dickinson, TX and changed the name to Robinson Auto Center. It remains in operation to this day under his son’s direction.

Joe was preceded in death by his parents, and his brother Coy Ray Robinson.

He leaves to cherish a lifetime of memories, his loving wife, Nancy Robinson; two daughters, Kathryn L. Porter, and Gayla M. Lind-Olson; sons, Joe W. Robinson Jr., and Dwayne L. Robinson; nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews as well as many friends.

In his honor a visitation will be held Friday, February 28, 2020 starting at 11 AM with a funeral service following immediately at 12 noon at the New Life Praise Center. Interment will follow at Forest Park East Cemetery Webster, Texas.

6 comments

  1. A great friend for 42 yrs!
    It was an honor to to be your pastor!
    You always had my back! Your loyalty and support was special! I hope heaven enjoys you as much as we at New Praise Center did! Rest in peace!
    Your pastor
    Terry Creekmore

    Terry Creekmore
  2. Many prayers and condolences for all of you during this time. What an amazing Father and grandfather he was. Thinking of all of you.

    Janelle Shook
  3. A great man that had a big influence on my life growing up. Always a smile and personality like none other !!

    Donnie Farrell
  4. I’m very sorry for your loss.

    Darla Sutter
  5. What a loving man of God and family. We will miss Uncle Joe. Many great memories were shared. Gone but not forgotten. Prayers for all of the loved ones left behind for peace and comfort.

    Love,
    Cynthia Robinson Knape

    Cynthia Knape
  6. Bro. Joe was always kind and friendly to me and my family. He had such a great sense of humor that always made me and my husband laugh. We are going to miss him greatly!

    Jessica Keller

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