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Annabell Robison

June 27, 1932 — August 5, 2023

Annabell Robison

Annabell Ruby Kinder Robison, 91, of Keene TX, passed away Saturday August 5, 2023, in
Keene. She was born June 27, 1932, in Clovis NM, to Wesley Leo and Ruby England Dart Kinder.
She was a member of the Keene Seventh-day Adventist Church.

At the age of 16, while attending Oklahoma Seventh-day Adventist Camp Meeting, she met a
young man named Delbert Leroy Robison. Over the next several years they wrote letters and
would see each other once a year at camp meeting. After Delbert returned home from the
Korean War he proposed to Annabell. They were married in Vinita, OK on June 21, 1953.

Annabell had always wanted to have six children, which is exactly what they had over the next
nine years. She then returned to nursing school and graduated with a diploma degree as a
registered nurse. She worked at the Okeene, OK, hospital and the Enid, OK, hospital for many
years, and while working as an RN during the day, she would also work nights plowing at their
farm. She was a hard-working woman who enjoyed gardening, traveling, and camping. She was
a wonderful cook and baker, especially her cinnamon rolls. As her kids grew up and began
having children of their own, Annabell would stay with them to help as the grandchildren were
born, and as a bonus would make her special cinnamon rolls for them. After retirement
Annabell and Delbert enjoyed traveling all over the world, and eventually became full time
RVers, which made it easy for them to spend time with each of their children and
grandchildren. Annabell loved her family dearly and will be missed by all who knew her.

Annabell is survived by her children, Teresa (Desmond) Freeman, Cynthia Larson, Dr. Kelvin
Duane (Rhoda) Robison, Diana (Duane) York, Brenda (Anthony) Vargas and Sharon (Dean) Turk;
grandchildren Julie, Pamela, Amanda, Daniel, Melissa, Esther, Amber, Angela, Leslie, Andrew,
James, John, Ryan, Michael, Susan, Jason, Justin, Jeremy, Jessica, Christopher, and Lauren;
multiple great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and other relatives. She is preceded in death by
her parents, husband, siblings, granddaughter Christina, and her beloved dog, Tigger.

In lieu of flowers please make donations to Oklahoma’s Wewoka Woods Adventist Center
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