Obituary of Aaron Robinson
Aaron Bennie Robinson, 89, of Bryson City passed away August 27 at Blue Ridge on the Mountain nursing facility. He was born in Haywood County but lived most of his life in Swain County. He was a veteran in W W II, a Mason and a member of the United Construction Workers Union. He was known for his skills as a "Master Blaster" and worked in many places throughout the country before settling into a job with Swain County Maintenance for which he worked until his retirement. He was a dedicated Democrat and worked many of the elections. He also was a big fan of Swain County football and the LA Dodgers.
He is preceded in death by Garner Goodson Robinson, his wife of 64 years, brothers and sisters Eunice Skidmore, B.K. Robinson, Francis Bates, and Bobby Robinson.
He is survived by his sister Nettie Oliver of California, his daughters and family members, Cherie Robinson and John Forker of Connecticut, Byna & Gary Ayers of Waynesville, Audrey & Steve Gaddis of Bryson City, Lynn English of Asheville, Renee Robinson of Bryson City; grandchildren Angel Prince, Jon Forker, Ben Ayers, Christy Rice, Alexandria Janik; Step grandchildren Samantha Denson, Amy Allen, Josh Gaddis; great grandchildren William, Andrew, Caroline, and Anela; step-great grandchildren Tanner & Ryan Allen, Hannah Gaddis.
Aaron Bennie Robinson, 89, of Bryson City passed away August 27 at Blue Ridge on the Mountain nursing facility.
A graveside service will be held at 11:00 AM Saturday, September 23, 2017 at Swain Memorial Park. Masonic graveside rites will be conducted by the Oconee Masonic Lodge #427.
The family would like for those who would like to honor his memory to consider donating to the Robbie Robinson Scholarship Fund at Southwestern Community College Foundation in lieu of flowers.
Crisp Funeral Home was established in 1997 by Michael L. Crisp to better serve the families of Swain County and surrounding areas.
669 Highway 19 South - PO Box 1639
Bryson City, NC 28713
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