Alma, Judy, Andrea and all the family - Levie was a joy to be around. He was always saying something to make you laugh. Miss his smiling face here at Webb - also Alma. Such a wonderful couple and family they brought to our community. Loved singing to them at Christmas. Lifting y'all in prayer for comfort, strength, love and remembering that we will see him again.
You will be missed. Such a kind, loving and funny man. I know the kids who cut through your yard to play with each other appreciated your kindness and laughter.
My prayers and sympathy to Alma Ree and family. What a blessing to be your neighbors for so many years. May Levie rest in peace and may you feel his love live on within you always.
Almee Rea and Judy.....its been so many years but mom, dad and I never forgot the wonderful memories we all made together. Levie, indeed
never met a stranger...we loved him so much as well as you. So sorry for the sadness that you both feel. Love to you and the extended family
Linda Reid (Harvey and Louise)
My grandparents went to church with the Roberson's for many years. I remember visiting with them several times and every time I came out of church there was Mr. Roberson. Every time, he would grab me around the neck or shoulders and give me a one armed hug and ask me if I was behaving. He loved to give me a little poke in the side and tell me he knew I was and that he was just joshin me. My grandparents lived 4 houses up the street from Levie and Alma so I got to know them fairly well. My prayers are with you Alma and your family. I am so sorry for your loss. Levie was a wonderful man. With love and prayers,
I remember Mr. Roberson fondly. Many times he and Mrs. Roberson would be visiting my in laws, Helen and Lorin Murff when we were also there. He brought humor to the visits and smiles to all our faces. My sympathies go out to your family in the loss of your loved one.
My heart breaks with this news. Of all my memories of Levie, my favorite is one I didn't even know until I was an adult. When I used to play outside, Levie would call my mom and let her know she could go do whatever she needed. He would sit outside his garage and watch me. He was always so thoughtful, always a jokester, and holds a special place in our hearts forever.
To the "FAMILY" of Levie Roberson. We are so sorry for your loss. Levie always had a good sense of humor and one could always be assured he was going to make you laugh. Levie will be missed.
Alma, we met only a few times, but Levie and my husband Gene Nieswiadomy worked together for many years at GSWR. They also shared a love for cattle and we borrowed Levie's trailor many times. One of the greatest memories I shared with Levie was when he was at Six-Flags and on the train, our kids were young,he would allow them to sit in his lap and they thought they were driving the train, honking the horn and they wanted to go every week.
Gene went to Heaven in October of 2004 and I am sure they both are really glad to get to visit again. I am so sorry you are alone, but someday we will see them again. May GOD bless you and yours, Glena Nieswiadomy
To the Roberson family..I am so sorry for your loss. My mom, Maxie Shoffner, used to eat at Levie and Alma Ree's table at Elmcroft. The times I would see Mom at dinner, Levie would always take my hand and do a little flirting. I'm gonna miss that. What a nice, nice man. May God bless your family during this difficult time.