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Marvin Wesley “Pee Wee” Robinson, 78, Lawrenceburg, died Wednesday, June 19, 2013, at Heritage Hall Health Care Center.
He was born in Anderson County to the late William “Doc” and Raye Black Robinson. He was a mail carrier for the U.S. Postal Service for 37 years; an employee of Bill Black’s Lakeside Drive-In; Kroger; Family Affair Restaurant; Lawrenceburg Flower Shop; and construction.
Pee Wee was a member of First Baptist Church; Believers Sunday School Class; Hims of Harmony; church choir; and a former deacon. He was a member of Lawrenceburg Optimist Club; a 1952 graduate of Anderson County High School; and was active in Anderson County Parks and Recreation Little League Sports Program; and the Anderson County High School Football Chain Gang.
He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Pat Cammack Robinson; three daughters, Amy Jane Tucker, Anne Wesley (Bobby) Hardin, both of Lawrenceburg and Elizabeth Lee “Beth” (Charles) Hazelwood, Salvisa; seven grandchildren, Marvin Wesley (Carrie) Tucker, Nicholas Wainwright (Shae) Tucker, Bethany LaShae and Mason Storm Hardin, Megan Nicole Floyd, Lucretia Arden (Brian) Lewis and Chastity Lee (John) Marshall; six great grandchildren, Hunter Allen and Ethan Charles Lewis, Kyler Lee and Lillian Raye Marshall, Charles Levi and Matthew Wesley Tucker.
He was preceded in death by a son-in-law, Charles Edward Tucker Jr., and a sister, Juanita Sullivan.
Funeral services were held June 24 at First Baptist Church with Dr. Robert F. Ehr officiating. Burial followed in Lawrenceburg Cemetery.
Memorial contributions are suggested to Hospice of the Bluegrass, 663 Teton Trail, Frankfort, KY 40601 or First Baptist Church Building Fund, 111 North Main Street, Lawrenceburg, KY 40342.
Casketbearers were grandchildren, great grandchildren and Charles Hazelwood, Bobby Hardin, Brian Lewis, and John Marshall. Honorary bearers were Jerry Cammack, Charles Cammack, Larry Barnett, Larry Basham, Gary Lawson, Steve Barriger, Doug Black, Howard Ray Sullivan, Tom Sullivan, Rex Riley and Believers Sunday School Class.
Gash Memorial Chapel was in charge of arrangements.