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Robert Vaughn "Rob" Robbins

Sunday, March 1st, 1959 - Wednesday, July 17th, 2019
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Robert Vaughn “Rob” Robbins, 60, of Dawsonville passed away Wednesday July 17, 2019 following a sudden illness.
Born March 1, 1959, Rob had been a resident of Dawson County for the past ten years having moved from Alabama. He had earned a degree in business administration from North Georgia College and had worked in sales for a number of years. Rob’s passion was ministry and after earning a Master’s of Theology degree in 1996 he served as a minister at the Assembly of God in Union Springs Alabama. Attending the Church at War Hill after moving to Dawsonville, he was preceded in death by his wife, Jill Shirley Robbins and father, Joe Wayne Robbins.
Surviving are his mother, Mary Ann Robbins, Dawsonville; sisters and brothers in law, Lisa and Kim Mills, Dawsonville, Tammy and Rickey Tatum, Dawsonville, Janice and Mark Anderson, Ohio, Pat and Tod Carmony, Ohio; a number of nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Memorial services will be held Saturday August 3, 2019 at 11 AM at Bearden Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Mike Owens officiating.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to New Life Church of God, PO Box 917, Dawsonville, GA 30534.
Condolences may be expressed at www.beardenfuneralhome.com.
Bearden Funeral Home, Dawsonville, GA.
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    Saturday, August 3rd, 2019 | 11:00am
    When
    Saturday, August 3rd, 2019 11:00am
    Location
    Bearden Funeral Home Chapel
    Address
    334 Hwy. 53 East
    DAWSONVILLE, GA 30534
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lisa mills

Posted at 10:22pm
Bro, My life will never be the same since you left this world on July 17, 2019. My heart is broken beyond repair. I already miss you so very much. You were such a fun, loving, supportive, protective brother that I loved spending time with; however I have peace in
knowing that you are whole again and in Paradise! I love you and miss you. Until we are reunited........... Lis (Lisa Robbins Mills)
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MISSY

Posted at 06:03pm
OUR HEARTS AND PRAYERS GO OUT TO THE FAMILY. WE LOVE YALL VERY MUCH. HERE IF U NEED US. WAS A PLEASURE TO GET TO KNOW HIM AND THAT SMILE. SURE GONNA MISS HIM AROUND HERE.. LOVE U, MISSY AND GIRLS FROM ASHTON SENIOR LIVING.
 
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lisa mills Posted at 09:58pm

Thank you Missy-We love all of you and all of the nurses at Ashton Senior Living that take such great care of Mom! Rob was a devoted, loving son that spent hours each day with Mom (when he visited her 3 days a week) at Ashton. Rob is greatly missed.

Kenny Dillard

Posted at 10:05am
One day after school at North Clayton a few of us went up on the band field behind the school. There was an observation tower the band directors used for band practice. Many of us, including Rob would all meet up there every now and then and climb the tower and play around. One day Rob came up there with a huge white sheet that he had converted into a parachute. Against our advice, Rob climb half way up the ladder (about forty feet) and jumped off. The dang thing actually worked. I'll never forget that. Rob was fearless, funny, and crazy in a good way. He was always smiling. One of the good guys! Prayers for family and friends. R.I.P Rob. (Kenny Dillard)
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