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Kay Robinson, 82 - October 05, 2017

Kay Juanita Robinson, 82, of North Platte, formerly of Gothenburg, passed away Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017, at Linden Court.
Services took place on Tuesday, Oct. 10, at the First Baptist Church with the Rev. Clint Walker officiating. Burial was at the Gothenburg Cemetery.
Robinson was born Aug. 7, 1935, at Wheatland, WY, to John Erwin and Opal Fern (Geiken) Patton, and grew up as an “Army Brat.”
After World War II began, the family moved to Nebraska, living in Gothenburg and North Platte. She graduated from North Platte High School in 1953 then went to nursing school in Denver, CO.
On May 22, 1955, she married Gary Ernest Fry at North Platte. To this union, a son, Randy, was born. The couple resided in different places before settling at Fort Collins, CO. In October of 1963, her husband passed away.
She was united in marriage to DeLoyce Elwood Robinson on Sept. 20, 1964, at Fort Collins. To this union, a daughter, Deanna, was born. The family made their home at North Platte where her husband was employed as a letter carrier for the U.S. Post Office while she stayed home to raise their children.
Robinson was a member of the First Baptist Church, Christian Women’s Club and the Post Office Auxiliary.
?She enjoyed spending her time volunteering, gardening and working on crafts of all kinds, according to family members. She and her husband also enjoyed traveling throughout the United States with their family.
Robinson was preceded in death by: her husbands, Gary Fry and DeLoyce Robinson; her parents, John and Opal Patton; stepfathers, Harvey Toillion and Lenard Yiengst; a stepbrother, David Toillion.
Survivors include: her children—Randy (Sharon) Fry and Deanna (Russ) Hoatson, all of North Platte; seven grandchildren—Nathan and Matthew Fry, Westley and Kaitlyn Hoatson, Benji (Tonya) Hoatson, Julie (Kris) Howe and Michelle (Justin) Krumwiede; seven great-grandchildren; a step-brother, Dennis (Kay) Toillion of North Platte; numerous nieces, nephews and other family members.
In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to the First Baptist Church.