2017-07-16 / Obituaries

EVELYN "BOBBIE" MCLEAN ROBINSON

EVELYN “BOBBIE’

MCLEAN ROBINSON,

85, of Imlay City

(recently of Kearney,

MO), died Tuesday,

July 11, 2017 in

Missouri.

Evelyn M. Spencer was born December 23, 1931 in Dryden. She was the daughter of the late John and the late Amanda (Pomaville) Spencer. She grew up in Almont and attended the Almont Community Schools. She married Stanley “Stub” McLean March 19, 1948; Stanley died on December 4, 1983. A few years later, Evelyn married Fred Robinson on August 29, 1987; Fred died on April 21, 2004. Evelyn is a Life-Member of the Imlay City VFW Ladies Auxiliary.

She is survived by one daughter, Vicki (Mike) Shaw of Kearney, MO; two step-daughters, Robin (Tom) Hafler and Renee (Joe) Roy; three grandchildren: Jackie (Chris) Rondo, Mike (Kara) Shaw and Mandy Raletz. Also surviving are seven great-grandchildren, Jackson, Colin, Saimeion, Spencer, Talan, Emma and Sophie; six step-grandchildren; several step-great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Geraldine Fiebelkorn of Almont and Stella Herr of Suttons Bay, MI.

Evelyn was also preceded in death by her daughter, Elaine Bowman; her son, Robert “Robbie” McLean; and her special friend, Kenny Hunter.

The funeral service was held Saturday, July 15, 2017 at Muir Brothers Funeral Home of Imlay City, 225 N. Main Street, Imlay City. Reverend Father John “Doc” Ortman officiated. Interment followed at Imlay Township Cemetery.

Funeral arrangements were made by Muir Brothers Funeral Home of Imlay City. Please be sure to sign our on-line register at muirbrothersfh.com

Muir Brothers Funeral Home – Imlay City

Our family serving yours for Generations

810-724-8285

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