Stafford Robinson

Resided in Pulaski, WI
Died September 20, 2008

Stafford Henry Robinson Sr, age 70, formerly of Gladstone, died Saturday September 20, 2008 at home in Pulaski.
Stafford was born November 29, 1937 in Gilcrest, MI the son of Daniel Henry and Vera Mae (Tupper) Robinson. He was raised in Gladstone and he was a 1957 graduate of Gladstone High School. Following graduation, he served his country in the U.S. Army until 1961, and he continued in the U.S. Army Reserves until 1964. Stafford was united in marriage to the former Martha Brunette on December 28, 1957 in Gladstone and they made their home in Gladstone where they raised their seven children.

Stafford was employed for 30 years at the Harnischfeger Corporation in Escanaba until its closure. They then moved to Green Bay where Stafford was employed for Lindquist Machines.

Stafford served two years on State Medical Care Facility Advisory Committee, Chairman of the Delta County D.S.S. Board for 4 years, Chair of the Pinecrest Board of Trustees for 2 years. He was part of the original Board that established the 2 Whispering Pines and served as Chairman of this Board. He formed the original steering committee that established the Delta County Trades and Labor Food Bank and he served as the Community Services Officer for the U.A.W. for 15 years. He also served as the Youth Services Coordinator for the Fraternal Order of Eagles.


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    To the Robinson family. I am so sorry to hear about Uncle Stafford. I will always remember the family get togethers up at the bluff house.
    The family is in my heart and thoughts as Uncle Stafford always will be.

    Kelly Brunette Wolfe
    Queen Creek, AZ

    We will always remember him at the family camping during the 4th and a few good times at Kris & Larrys house too. You all made us feel welcome.Myrv especially liked talking with him.Your family is very special to us and Mr. Robinson will be greatly missed.

    Myrv & Deanna Dake
    Newberry, MI

    So sorry to hear about your loss. We want Martha and the family to know that our thoughts and prayers are with you. We are winter neighbors in Wildwood, Fl.

    Dennis and Carol Norton
    Claremont, NH

    Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Robinson family. Rodney was very fond of Stafford, and has many good memories. May God be with during this difficult time.

    Rodney & Robyn Potvin
    Gladstone, MI

    Martha, & Family, My Love goes out to you in the loss of Staff. He was such a kind, loving person. I’m glad I had the chance to spend time with him again this summer. I will forever treasure the many great times I’ve had with the Family!!

    Mia Maki
    Gladstone, MI

    My deepest sympathy to the Robinson family. From reading Stafford’s obituary I see he led a wonderful life of community service and had a large loving family and will be missed.

    A classmate; Karen Kliner Blake
    Pelham, NH

    We would like to send our condolences to the entire family. Even though we are currently overseas, our hearts reach across the miles for your loss.

    The Barnes Family

    Melissa Barnes(Proefrock)
    Heidelberg, Germany

    Becky, so sorry to hear of the death of your father. Our prayers are with you, your mother and family at this time.

    Judy and Bill Krieg
    Quinnesec, MI

    My sympathy and prayers go out to the family as they get through this most difficult time. Uncle Stafford was one of my favorite uncles. As long as I can remember, even as a young girl, he always made me feel important, valued and cared about. I pray he has found the peace he so deserved.

    Diana Bancroft
    Iron Mountain, MI

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