Jerry Robinson, 55, of Evansville, IN, passed away in the comfort of his home surrounded by his family. He was born April 2, 1965.
Jerry graduated from Memorial High School in 1983. He worked at Siemer’s Glass for over 20 years as a glass installer. He loved having fun; laughing, dancing, singing, and cooking for a house full of family and friends. He never met a stranger.
He is survived by his wife Julie, children Jessica Leisure (Kevin), April Robinson, Heather Murrell (Jeff), and Kelsey Falls. Grandchildren Jasmine Gibson, Mason Falls, Rylan Byers, Grace Murrell, Alex Murrell, and Kellan Leisure. Mother, Mamie Robinson (Robin Haskell); His sister Tammy Ubelhor and her children Bryanna Goldman (Matt) and Bryce Ubelhor. Aunt Charlotte Head and his dog Oscar.
Jerry is proceeded in death by his father, Charlie Robinson.
The family would like to express a special thanks to Dr. Thomas Waits, Larry Davis, Heart to Heart Hospice, the staff of the Intensive Care Unit and 6 East at St Vincent Hospital.
A private ceremony will be held for the family due to Covid 19. There will be a Celebration of Life at a later date.
Simple Cremation Evansville is entrusted with care.
Kim Kelly says
I am so sorry for your loss. I know how much you loved each other. My prayers are with you and your family.
Kim and Fred says
Julie and family,
I’m so sorry for your loss. We’re praying for you to find comfort knowing you will see him again one day. I look forward to celebrating his life with you.
Lori Carson says
My hearts just breaks for you over the loss of Jerry. You are on my mind and in my thoughts and prayers. Jerry was an exceptional man and seemed to live his life to the fullest with a smile on his face. He will certainly be missed by so many. Love you.
Lisa Fulkerson says
My dearest Julie,
Our paths crossed but for a short season, but none the less, it was impactful. I hoped and prayed you would find the love of your life, your soul mate, the one that assured you of all that was good! I truly know that Jerry was your guy to have and to hold, through sickness and health, better or worse and until death do you part. I could see the joy in your eyes as you celebrated your lives together. Lifting you up sweet sister, to be comforted by the only one who can. Until you meet again, amen 🙏🏻 love you Julie girl, from the minute I met you🥰 may your Jerry RIP in the sweet arms of Jesus. Hope to see you again someday! In Christs peace ~ Lisa Keith Fulkerson
Joe McCool says
My heartfelt condolences to one of my favorite little leaguers. Be at peace Jerry.
Daniel ellis says
I meet Jerry a few years ago on my route downtown. We immediately became friends and later once I became friends with his daughter April, my friendship with and him and his family only got better. He will definitely miss but never forgotten love you Jerry. Prays to all his family.
Jodie Clarke says
I met Jerry twice during my visit to Evansville in 2017. Both times I was treated with kindness and generosity. We became Facebook friends shortly after and I care so deeply for his family. Especially my best friend April. I am praying for you all in this sad and difficult time. God be with you all in your darkest of days.
Teresa Lewis says
So very sorry Julie. My heart breaks for all of you.
Bryan & Mel Memmer says
My heart goes out to you and the family! He was such a fantastic man. We have so many wonderful memories with him. Praying for the whole family.
Susan Beckman says
I’m so sorry to hear about Jerry’s passing. He was a great guy. My husband and I met him when he was married to his first wife, Angel Dallas Robinson, who passed in 2014. He was very friendly and a fantastic cook.
Mary Ryan (Dear) says
I am so sorry for you and the family. Praying on all 0f you.
Lori Kane says
Scott Ferguson says
Sorry for your loss. I know he was a good man.
Larry and Lisa Seib says
Julie,Jessica,April, and family,
We are both so very sorry for your loss. We were lucky to see Jerry and Julie at dances, and we knew they were happy together. We will be keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.
Tom and Rosemary hall says
Julie and family, we are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you and your families. Jerry was a guy you liked the minute you met him. Always positive and ready to go, full of life. So glad we were able to be with you guys on vacation to Hawaii. You and Jerry helped make that one of the best trips ever. Prayers for you both. Tom and Rosemary 🙏
JoEllen Seibert says
Julie and family,
I am so sorry to hear of Jerry’s passing. He was a wonderful man.
With deepest sympathy
Becky Gerbig (Gilland) says
Mamie and Tammy, I’m so sorry for your loss. Jerry was such a special person and I have so many wonderful memories of him and your family! I was really blessed to be a part of his life early on. Please know you all are in my thoughts and prayers. God bless. 🙏❤️🙏❤️🙏❤️
Jerry was a great guy. We shared many memories together growing up. We loved baseball and talking about old times. He inspired me to grow my own little garden this pass year. He will surely be missed, they just don’t make um like that anymore. Rest In Peace friend.
Mark Kifer says
I grew up with Jerry on Keck Ave. Charlie and Mamie could have claimed me as a tax deduction as much as I was in their house. Being there was like being at home with a brother. I have such great, fun memories thinking about those times. Jerry was such a joy to be around, and a great friend.
I am so terribly sorry to all of you for your loss, and I pray that the peace only God can provide will be yours.