Robert L. “Bob” Robinson, 85 of Warsaw passed away Tuesday March 8, 2016 at 7:32 a.m. at Millers Merry Manor, Warsaw. He was born on October 9, 1930 to Jesse and Meribel (Boyce) Robinson in Warsaw.
He was united in marriage to Marilyn M. Kline on January 9, 1953 in Warsaw She preceded him on August 23, 2004.
He was a US Army veteran serving during the Korean Conflict from 1953-1955. He also served in the Indiana National Guard, Warsaw and received the rank of Captain, retiring in 1969.
He worked for Dalton Foundry for 45 years holding various management positions with the last one being Human Resources Manager. After retirement he and his wife Marilyn founded Bomar Security Company, serving local business. He was the Vice President and Board Member of the Kosciusko County Historical Society. He was an avid historian. He also conducted tours of the Old Kosciusko County Jail and the Pound Store (Oswego).
He was a lifetime member of American Legion Post # 49 and a member of Warsaw Wesleyan Church.
He is survived by his son, Michael (and spouse Debbie) Robinson of Overland Park, Kansas; a son-in-law Dennis Pugh; brothers Don (and spouse Donna) Robinson and Allen Robinson both of Warsaw; Grandchildren, Sean Robinson of Wichita, Kansas, Kelli (and spouse Justin) Stouder of Overland Park, Kansas, Tashena Williams (and companion Joseph Hendricks) of Albany Georgia, Jessica (and spouse John) Mullins and Nikko Fudge of Richlands, Virginia; Great-grandchildren, Isabella Gibson, Madison and Lauren Robinson, Hayden and Ellery Stouder, Travaron Jordan, Nasya and Joseph, Jr Hendricks, Amiah Fudge. He is preceded by a daughter, Lelona Pugh and his wife Marilyn.
Visitation will be on Saturday March 12, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Warsaw Wesleyan Church, Warsaw.
A funeral service will also be held on Saturday at 12:00 p.m. at the church with Pastors L. Andrew Weaver and Jarod Osborne officiating.
Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery, Warsaw with Military Honors.
The family is requesting that the memorial contributions be made to Kosciusko County Cancer Fund, P.O. Box 1810, Warsaw, IN. 46581-1810 and/ or Kosciusko County Historical Museum, 121 N. Indiana St., Warsaw, IN 46580.