Charles Evert Robbins

Charles Evert Robbins, 84, of Owasso, Oklahoma, and former northwest Arkansas resident, died Thursday, June 20, 2019.  He was born June 23, 1934 in Dover, Arkansas, to Otto and Rosalie (Carpenter) Robbins.  Charles met and married Mary in 1955 in Linden, California. Charles served in the U. S. Army and was an expert rifleman.  He was a carpenter throughout his life and enjoyed hunting and fishing.  Above all he was devoted to God and his family.  Charles accepted Christ Jesus at age twenty and never looked back. Their family moved to Springdale, Arkansas, in 1971. He and Mary spent many years teaching Sunday school and were long time members of Faith Assembly of God in Springdale and later attended Bella Vista Assembly of God.

Charles is survived by his wife, Mary (Fowler) Robbins; daughter, Sherry Wright and husband Doug of Owasso; sister, Ruth Flewellen of Lodi, California; sisters-in-law, Jean Ford and Carolyn Adams both of California; three grandchildren, Derrick Wright, Ryan LaBounty, Jerryd LaBounty and wife Jenny; three great-grandchildren, Charity, Madelynn and Charlie LaBounty; and many loved nieces and nephews.  Charles was preceded in death by a daughter, Terry LaBounty.

Services were Wednesday, June 26, at Bluff Cemetery.  Memorial contributions may be made to Porta Caeli House.

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My brother -in- law for 64 years, best friend to my Husband Ken, fun uncle and game player with my kids Cyndi and Bud and grandson Nick. Ken, Bud, and Nick went on ahead I think they all will all join in with the Deacon (Charles) and have a big domino game pretty soon.

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Gary Walker/ DeShon "LuLu" Walker

To the entire Family: Our deep felt condolences. Charles, like all of us in this realm of life, was limited by time and space. Nonetheless, he seemed to enlarge his territory and sphere of influence daily with his uniqueness and brand of gentleness, patience, and overall goodness. It was Charle’s life, what he had experienced he invested in others that kept him renewed. Those are Christ-like traits made manifest in an ever widening circle of compassion and love. We joyously interacted with him in his often quiet language of kindness. I recall the most recent time Charles dropped by to… Read more »

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Rhonda Brown

Charles was a great man of God such a kind and sweet person. He always lit up when he talked about fishing he love to that. Heaven got a prize when this man pasted we know he will be walking the streets gold and looking down on his family which he loved.

Julie (oldest daughter of Pat Brewer)
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Julie (oldest daughter of Pat Brewer)

I am saddened to learn of Charles passing only because I know his family and friends will miss him dearly but I have no doubt where he is. God’s word says to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. I have very fond memories of going to church with Charles and Mary and our families spending time together. Us kids were always excited to see him because he would tease and play with us. He was such a great guy! Charles and my step-dad (Tom Brewer) worked together so we would see him often. One… Read more »