of Yellville, AR
October 21, 1957 - September 13, 2021
In Loving Memory Craig Douglas Robinson, age 63, of Yellville, Arkansas passed away on Monday, September 13, 2021.Craig was born October 21, 1957 in Ottawa, Illinois, the son of Cliff and Judy (Armstrong) Robinson. Craig lived most of his life in Illinois, where he married Melissa Cassel and had 3 sons, Clayton, Nathan and Maxwell. Craig eventually moved his family to Mountain Home, Arkansas. Craig later married Linda on Valentine's Day 2009. Craig was a jack of all trades, but he loved welding. Before retiring early because of lung cancer, Craig was a welder for Methvin Sanitation in Harrison, Arkansas. Craig loved working for the Methvin Family, and left his job with a heavy heart! Craig loved his home in the country, where he had daily visits from his deer, raccoons and various other animals. He loved walking in the woods with Louie, his constant companion, camping with his son Max, with Louie tagging along, or, just sitting and watching the birds and other animals. Craig also loved his weekly outings with his oldest son, Clayton!Craig was preceded in death by his parents, Cliff and Judy Robinson and one grandson Mason Brandon. Craig is survived by his loving wife, Linda Robinson of Yellville, Arkansas; his first wife, that he still loved dearly, Melissa Robinson of Mountain Home, Arkansas; his baby brother Chris Robinson of Serena, Illinois; two sisters, Jenny Edgcomb of Ottawa, Illinois and Jill Mooneyham of Marseilles, Illinois; six children, Clayton Robinson of Mountain Home, Arkansas; Nathan Robinson of Gassville, Arkansas; Maxwell Robinson of Nashville, Tennessee; Charlinda Tiger, Christi Peters and Jerrod Brandon, all of Wichita, Kansas; ten grandchildren, Kelsey and Skylar Robinson of Mountain Home, Arkansas, Haddison Robinson of Gassville, Arkansas and Preston Wimbley, Cameron Brandon, Devon and Quinton Tiger, Dylan, MaKayla and Dalton Peters, all of Wichita, Kansas; and six great grandchildren!The family would like to say a big thank you to their daughter-in-law Heather Robinson, for all of her help dealing with the Doctors and Nurses; last but certainly not least, thank you to all of the doctors, nurses and the staff of the Covid unit at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Arkansas. Funeral arrangements by Roller-Burns Funeral Home in Yellville, Arkansas are private.
Sorry I found out so late about Craig's passing. Once in a while we would see him at the store or message on facebook, and my neighbor and I was wondering why we haven't seen or heard from him lately, so went out looking. May he rest in peace. Craig was such a dear soul and always helpful. It hurt my heart to know that he passed and I didn't even know it. Craig is no longer suffering and he has a new body now that works much better. I know his beloved dog who was his faithful companion will miss him, as well as all his family. I know his friends will too. May you rest in peace with God my friend, your true home.
Craig was such a good person and will be greatly missed. I am so glad that he was a part of our family.
Thoughts and prayers for you and the family!
We send our thoughts and prayers to you all. Craig was an awesome person . We so enjoyed our time getting to know you all when we lived in Serena . We will be thinking of you all and wishing for peace . Love Carol and Dale Grieves and family.
Costellow Family sends our condolences Max, we will all pray a rosary for your families peace.
Craig was a great friend. Spent time together in our early years of marriage. Beautiful obituary. Did a lot of fishing on Indian Creek together. Rest my friend!
Praying for everyone. I always enjoyed hearing the stories about Craig and Louie. He was such a kind person. He always spoke to me and waved when he saw me. Rest in peace Craig!!! You may be gone, but never forgotten, and always in the hearts of many!!!
So very sorry Linda. Prayers for your family.
Prayers for you and your family.
Prayers for you and your family Craig sure will be missed
Many Thanks for allowing me to roam all over your property and camp anytime I want to! Loved him.
You will be dearly missed
Thank you Craig for being so kind to my husband Harry when you saw him. He always looked forward to seeing you.