Michael Scott Robinson

Resided in Gladstone, MI
Died March 8, 2018

Michael Scott Robinson, age 53, passed away Thursday afternoon, March 8, 2018, at his residence in Gladstone.

Mike was born February 22, 1965, in Escanaba, the son of Everett and Bonnie (Cole) Robinson. He was raised in Gladstone and was a graduate of Gladstone High School. Following high school, Mike was united in marriage to the former Sherry Tebear and together the couple made their home and began their family in Gladstone. They eventually relocated to Minnesota where Mike was employed at Malt-O-Meal Cereal Company for many years. His hobbies included hunting, fishing and spending time outdoors.

Mike is survived by his Father, Everett Robinson of Gladstone:
Daughter: Heather (Tom) Andree of Escanaba, MI
Son: Bryan Robinson of Gladstone, MI
Brother: Ronald (Kelly) Robinson of Gladstone, MI
Sisters: Sherri Robinson of Bradenton, FL
Kelly (Pete) Rasmussen of Grand Rapids, MI
Mother of his children: Sherry Tebear Robinson of Faribault, MN
Also surviving are Mike’s nieces, nephews and cousins

He was preceded in death by his Mother, Bonnie Lou Robinson:
Maternal Grandparents: Dorothy and Lester Cole
Paternal Grandparents: Vera and Daniel Robinson

Committal prayers and graveside services will be conducted in the Spring at Fernwood Cemetery in Gladstone. The Skradski Family Funeral Homes of Delta County are assisting with arrangements.

8 Tributes for “Michael Scott Robinson

    My deepest Sympathies go out to the Michael Robinson family….I am so sorry to hear about your loss….and may god be with you all at these trying times…

    For most of his life, we were about as close as brothers could be. Talked most days and shared many memories together. Miss my brother!

    Ron-So sorry for your loss. It is so hard to put into words what the loss of a brother means. Stay strong-you are in my prayers!

    Prayers to the family had lots of fun working and car pooling for 10 years with Mike (AJ) at the old Less Brown inc. Played softball and basketball with him after work at Bay College. There is one thing he said back in the day it’s not about winning or losing its how many points you score. RIP my friend.

    so very sorry to you Everett and the rest of your family for the loss of Mike and your daughter also. Praying for you through this difficult time.

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