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Edward “Eddie” Robison

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Edward “Eddie” Robison

Edward Lee ‘Eddie’ Robison passed away at his home in Wetumka, Oklahoma on Wednesday, September 2, 2020, at the age of 63 years.

Eddie was born in Holdenville, Oklahoma on July 11, 1957, to Alonzo & Ruby Louise (Moulder) Robison. He was brought up in Holdenville by his mother and stepfather, Ruby & Lloyd Strong, and graduated Holdenville High School with the Class of 1977. He joined the Oklahoma National Guard and served six years, from October 1976 to October 1982. He was married to Josephine Yargee. His favorite things were fishing and hanging with family and friends.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Lloyd & Ruby Strong; three brothers: Lloyd ‘Butch’ Strong, Arthur ‘Jimmy’ Lee, and Dean Lee; one sister, Carolyn Aguirre; mother-in-law Winey Yargee.

He is survived by three children: Edward Robison of Sem-inole, Samantha Robison of Wetumka, and Wilson Yargee of Ragtown; six grandchildren: Bryson Lena, Tafv Robison, Betsa Talamasy, Sheriden Yargee, Layla Yargee, and Lyric Yargee; the mother of his children, Josephine Yargee; six siblings: Gracie Lee, Beth Lee, Patricia Crawford, Jackie Strong, Lonnie Strong, and

Phyllis Strong; sister-in-law Rovena Yargee; nieces and nephews, other relatives, and many friends.

Funeral services were held on Saturday, September 5, 2020, 2:30 p.m. at Fisher Funeral Home-Lillye Chapel, and Eddie was laid to rest at Wetumka Indian Baptist Church Cemetery, with Rev. Frank Moppin officiating. Pallbearers were Tristan Barnett, Seth Barnett, Alex Yargee, Mvskoke Yargee, James Chip McLemore, Jacob Barnett, Jaylon Thetford, Cameron Thetford, and Catcv Larney. Honorary pallbearers were Coy Justice, James McCoy, Edward Aguirre, Tarpie Yargee, Jack Yargee, and Robert Yargee.