Larry Gene Robbins

February 25, 1953 ~ December 31, 2023 (age 70) 70 Years Old

Larry Robbins Obituary

Larry Gene Robbins Feb 25th 1953 to Dec 31st 2023

Gene passed away unexpectedly at his house in his sleep.
Gene Robbins was a true jokester. His main goal in any situation was to try and make someone
with him laugh, even when he was the only one getting the joke. Gene was a very outgoing man
that loved to go camping with his family and friends every weekend at Grandpas Farm
Campground. He would be seen at the campground either playing cornhole, sitting in his
favorite chair by the campfire telling the never-ending story of Ghostly Howler, or eating all the
food everyone would bring him to try. He would tell you how good your food was, even if he spit
it out after you turned to leave. His facial expressions alone would sometimes tell how he really
Gene loved listening and watching sports. His favorites were the Reds, Buckeyes, Bengals, and
watching his grandchildren when he could.
Gene loved to play golf with his friends. He could just play nine holes locally or go to Myrtle
Beach yearly for a week with Friends. Gene also loved to bowl. It didn’t matter if he was in a
league at Versailles, Greenville, or Richmond or playing on a Saturday night with his family and
friends. He even had a couple 300 point games.
Gene was a retired Dump Truck driver.
Gene left Kathy Fisher his companion of 25 years. Gene had four men he considers sons.
Rodney (wife Abbey) Fisher, Cody and Cameron Anderson. He had four grandchildren two of
which are Grant and Haylee Fisher. Gene was a twin to Laura Welbaum. His other sisters include
Mary Heiser, Lucille (Lou) Madewell (Husband Dannie), Barbara Caldwell, and Lorine Demile.
He is preceded in death by his Mother and Father Luther (Boots) and Nancy Robbins, sisters
Bertha Roberts and Shirley Bjerke. He is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews.
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