Funeral Notice

Jesus has called home his daughter and servant Cleo McGehee Robinett. Cleo was born May 21, 1933 to Loene and Thomas Middleton McGehee in their home in Lampasas, Texas.

She leaves behind loving husband and high school sweetie A.D. Robinett. They celebrated 66 years of a match made in heaven. Her daughter Amanda Nelsen and husband Brad Nelsen of Austin, Tx along with grandchildren Austin, Carson and Hailey. Her son Alton Robinett of Marietta, Ga. and grandchildren Alex and Zachary. Her brother Buddy McGehee and his wife Mary Ann McGehee of Plainview, TX, and sister in law Alice Turner of Kempner, TX. Also
many nieces and nephews that reside in the state of Texas.

Cleo worked alongside her husband as owners of Killeen Propane and Hardware on Hwy 190 from 1959-1995. They retired to their LBJ lakeside home in 1995, where they lived until 2016. Cleo served her family, friends and church with passion and energy until she succumbed to memory loss and a number of illnesses.

Cleo and A.D. were members of the First Baptist Church of Killeen, and First Baptist Church of Marble Falls. In these two church homes, Cleo served in the children’s ministry for over 35 years. Funeral service will be held at Clements Wilcox Funeral Home in Marble Falls, at 11:00 am, Thursday, February 23, 2017 and graveside services will be in Lampasas for family and friends from Killeen. In lieu of flowers, memorials should be sent to Samaritan’s Purse,  designated for Children’s Ministry.

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