Everet M. Robinson, known as Juan to his friends and family was born on May 28, 1962, in Colbert Oklahoma to Everet Davis and Benny Robinson. Juan attended Eastward Grade School and graduated from Colbert High School in 1980. Growing up, Juan was the second youngest and was one of the happiest kids you would ever meet. He was always laughing and cheerful. He was known for leaving the house with hot dogs between his fingers because they were his favorite food.
Shortly after graduating from high school Juan moved to Tulsa OK and started working for Cintas where he worked for 22 years. Juan worked at Deborah Brown Community School until his passing. The work he did with the school gave him so much joy and satisfaction, he loved the students and they adored him.
In 1993 Darcus Robinson introduced Juan to Angela Stevenson and her seven-year-old daughter Jasmine, they were married in 1995. Juan loved becoming a husband and dad; their family was complete when Jarvis Juanyae Robinson was born in 2000. Juan was a dedicated family man; his wife and children were his world. Jasmine and Jarvis loved and respected their “Pops” and he loved them. Angela was the love of his life, his best friend, and confidant; he adored her and was devoted to her and their children. His family meant everything to him.
Juan was an avid outdoorsman he was in his element when he was fishing, hunting, or working with his hands in any capacity. He loved making walking sticks from scrap wood, building shelves with his Big Brother Dennis, helping his wife Angela at their store on Greenwood, or being the beloved handyman at Deborah Brown where he got to enjoy laughing with youngsters all day.
Everyone Juan encountered thought he was one of the nicest and sincerest guys you’ll ever meet; he was loved and respected by everyone. Juan had a beautiful heart and a loving spirit; he was truly a bright light. Juan was an amazing uncle, he had a deep love for his nieces and nephews, and they loved and respected him; they went to him for affection, advice, or a good laugh. His heart was so big that he made each of them feel like they were his favorite.
A self-proclaimed barbecue master, he loved to wow family and friends with his smoked brisket and masterful barbecue, and he never forgot that bologna for his niece Summer. Juan was an avid singer (he had a beautiful voice) he loved singing with his family. Juan was hilarious, he had a light and jovial heart; he was a jokester and he loved to make people laugh and smile, he could crack a joke or say something completely unexpected that would have you laughing until you cried. He was big on protecting and loving his family and friends, he would do anything to make sure that his loved ones were safe and happy.
In the last year of his life, he was devoted to keeping Gods laws statues and commandments as it is written in the holy bible. He joined Israel United in Christ with his wife and son.
Juan is preceded in death by his dad Everet Davis, his mom Benny Robinson; his brothers Maurice Robinson and John L Robinson; and his sisters Lorina Davis, Cerecca Jefferies and Doris Davis.
He leaves to cherish his memory, wife Angela Robinson, son Jarvis Juanyae Robinson, daughter Jasmine Daviston; brothers Timothy Robinson and Dennis Davis; sisters Lawanna Robinson, Lenore Callaway, and Ecle Love. As well as nieces, nephews and many other relatives and friends.
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Celebration of Life
- Date & Time: March 17, 2022 (12:00 PM)
- Venue: Butler-Stumpff & Dyer Funeral Home & Crematory
- Location: 2103 E 3rd St Tulsa, OK 74104 - (Get Directions)