Gloyd John Robinson

Gloyd John Robinson of the Ola Community went home to his Lord and Savior on Jan. 2, 2020. Gloyd was born in Oklahoma on July 16, 1932 to Vadis and Stella Robinson. Gloyd Robinson married Juanita on Nov. 26, 1948 in Rockwall, Texas. Gloyd has been a minister for over 60 years of his life. During that 60 years in ministry he built and ministered at the First Assembly Church in Ola alongside his loving wife Juanita. He was also a manager of several dress factories. The gospel was always a part of the Robinson's life beginning back in Dallas ministering and evangelizing. Gloyd is preceded in death by his wife Juanita Robinson, grandson Jessie Pickett and Brother Lawrence Vadis Robinson.

He is survived by sons Gloyd Dale Robinson and wife Zettie of Kaufman and Steve Robinson of Kaufman; daughter Charlotte Crocker and husband Lewis of Kaufman; a sister-in-law, Frances Ruth Robinson; nephews Larry Robinson and Michael Robinson; and niece Debbie. He also is survived by grandchildren Glen Dewayne McMullen and wife Monica, Lissa Westphal and Glen Reschke, Brandon Dale Robinson and John Preston McMullen, great-grandchildren Michelle Leigh Martin and husband Jacob, and Joshua Tyler McMullen, and one great-great grandchild, Randall Jace Martin. 

Services were held on Monday, Jan. 6, at the First Assembly of God Church in Ola and interment followed in the Morrow Chapel Cemetery. 

Arrangements were under the direction of Parker-Ashworth Funeral Home.

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