VisitationLowe Funeral Home
Quitman, Texas 75783
January 7, 1937 - May 29, 2018
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Graveside service for Lorian Oscar âWolfâ Robertson, 81, of Hawkins, is scheduled for 10:00 AM Saturday, June 2, 2018 at Turner Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6-8 PM Friday evening at Lowe Funeral Home.
Lorian Oscar Robertson was born at home in Wood County on January 7, 1937 to William Osburn Robertson and Myrtle Viola (Gilbreath) Robertson. He lived in Wood County all of his life, and was self-employed in logging and tree service. He was an extremely hard working man. When he wasnât working, you could find him hunting or fishing. He was a wonderful father, grandfather, and a great friend to everyone.
Mr. Robertson passed away Tuesday, May 29, 2018 in Quitman.
He is preceded in death by his mother, father, and brothers and sisters.
Survivors include his son, Darrell Robertson and wife LaRhonda of Hawkins; two brothers, Billy Joe Robertson and Loyd Robertson, both of Hawkins; two sisters, Dora Peek of Hawkins and Martha Marsh of Big Sandy; two grandchildren, Randa Nance and Zachary Collette; and numerous nieces, nephews, and extended family.
Serving as pallbearers are Keith Warren, Mike Attaway, Jim Slayton, Bobby Dale Williams, Mathis Wells, and Clifford Moss.
Alternate pallbearer is Marlin Williams.
So sorry to here about the passing of Lorian. I have known him since I was a kid and he would buy gas for his pulp wood truck at my parents country store. He was always so up beat whenever I seen him. Didn't know about his passing until after the funeral. Darrell we are praying for you and your family.
Vada Fields Jun 3 2018 12:00 AM
Rest In Peace Uncle Lorn. Didn't get to visit as much as we'd liked to but you were and will always be in our heart. Until we meet again, we will miss you and will keep your memory alive!
Gary Robertson & Roseann Dloniak Jun 1 2018 12:00 AM
My Uncle Lorain was a hard working Man ever since I can remember walkiing ,me and Barney spent much of our childhood at his and Aunt Linda's house I remember him letting me feed the baby calf with a bottle and the time I was collecting eggs from the rabbit cages and there wasn't any and he said are sure I said nope he told me to stand back so I did and he got a garden hoe and pulled out a huge chicken snake and he said there's all my eggs and he killed it and he said sissy watch this and after he killed it he cut alng it's belly and there the eggs were all lined up inside. I said how does he just them I asked he said he will hit his tail against something and they'll bust. I said are we gonna keep those eggs he said nah! He always called me "sissy"even as an adult I remember him callin me Cheryl Lynn if I was in trouble but always he called me sissy . I also remember those early before the sun was up mornings going to the pulp woods and being out there in those woods from sun up to sun down with him and Aunt Linda ,Darrell and Barney me ,Darrell and Barney would also work out there helping putting those hooks on the trees Uncle Lorain had cut so he could drag em to the truck to load them to the truck . A hott days work everyday all his life. I thank God for the sweet memories of my Uncle Lorain and Aunt Linda's House. He was also one hell of a fisherman. I love you with all my Heart Uncle Lorain May Our God In Heavan Wrap You In His Arms. Rest In Peace I'll see you again someday Sweetest Uncle. I love you and you will be missed but not forgotten. Til that day we meet again! Your loving niece Cheryl Lynn Robertson (Sissy)!
Cheryl Robertson Jun 1 2018 12:00 AM
Lots of fun times with the old man! If he was around you he would always put a smile on your face and make you laugh! He always had lots of hunting a fishing stories to be told! Going to miss ya UNC
Mark Robertson Jun 1 2018 12:00 AM
Lorian always kept me laughing or smiling about something when we were there to visit. He was an all around great guy and I know he will be dearly missed. My thoughts and continued prayers for peace, comfort and understanding for all of the Robertston Family. Teresa Hall Robertson Green Hancock
Teresa Hall Hancock Jun 1 2018 12:00 AM