Ronald Ray Robison Sr.

Ronald Ray Robison Sr.
Ronald Ray Robison Sr.

Ronnie Ray (“Bunny” “Grandpa Daddy”) Robison, Sr., of Amarillo, TX passed away peacefully on Saturday, April 10, 2021, after a lengthy battle with cancer.

Ronnie was born in Tucumcari, NM on December 11, 1950, to Arthur B (Barney) Robison and Delberta (Rocky) Stacy Robison. Ronnie spent his younger years living in Dalhart, TX with his uncle, Lawrence Wilkerson, where he “cowboyed” with A.T. Bridgeman at the Railroad Stockyard. In 1962 he moved back to New Mexico to be with his mother and graduated from Los Lunas High School in 1968.

In 1971, Ronnie married Theresa Dibble. He worked in the Oil Field Industry for many years, all across the U.S. and South America. Eventually, Ronnie found his way back to Dalhart and worked for Tri County Equipment and Gustin Equipment.

Ronnie was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Bud Robison; brother-in-law, Frank Shephard; stepfather, Buzz Rutherford and Theresa Robison.

He is survived by his sons, Ronnie Ray Robison, Jr (Linda); Michael Robison (Jennifer); Jeremy Robison (Millie); sisters, Carol Ann Colquitt (John O.); Retta (Cookie) Shephard; brothers, Robbie Robison (Cindy) and Scooter Rutherford (Donna); grandchildren, Ryan (Katherine); Christopher; and Ruthanne; great-grandchildren, Theresa and Ryan Robison, Jr.

A family memorial service will take place at a later date.

4 Replies to “Ronald Ray Robison Sr.”

  1. Uncle Ronnie,
    You were/are so loved! Lane loved spending time with you, and absolutely adored you. Thank you for being so wonderful to him. We love you so much, and we will see you again one day.

  2. To the brother I never had, I will miss you. You were always so good and kind to me. You were always so thoughtful to think of my family lovingly. Rob and I have fond memories of our times (and your times) in Cedar Hill and Monahans. I love you and will see you in heaven one day.

  3. Love you brother. You always looked out for me when we were growing up. I was lucky we worked together several times as adults. Say hi to all of our relatives and friends that met you at the gate to heaven. I will see you again when I die. I love you and will miss you, your brother Robby.

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