Jean Anne (Hoery) Robbins

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Jean Robbins, 83, of Fort Lupton passed away peacefully in her sleep Oct. 8.
Jean was born to Fred and Marie (Johnson) Hoery July 20, 1934, in Aurora, along with her twin sister Joan (Taylor). Another sister, Janet (Nelson), was born three years later. She was raised on the family dairy farm in Aurora and graduated from Aurora High School in 1952.
She attended Loretto Heights College for a year and then married Art Robbins July 20, 1954, in Aurora. They were married for 45 years until Art passed away in 1999. They lived in four states before settling in Fort Lupton in 1967.
They had four children, Gary (Glorianna), of Butlerville, Indiana, Dianne, of Fort Lupton, Greg (Linda), of Greeley and Julie (Arlen Engbarth), of Fort Lupton.
Jean's greatest joy was all of the special times she shared with her family. Her faith was the foundation of her life and was demonstrated through her hope, optimism and volunteering to help many others.
She worked as the church secretary at St. Williams Catholic Church, where she was a member for 50 years. Jean had nine grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. She told everyone of her pride and love for each one of them.
The Rosary will be at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 12, at St. Williams Catholic Church, 1025 Fulton Ave., Fort Lupton. Due to another event at the church Friday, Oct. 13, a Mass of Christian burial will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 14, also at St. Williams Catholic Church. Interment follows at Hillside Cemetery in Fort Lupton.
Donations may be made in her name to the Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation at
Tabor-Rice Funeral Home handled the arrangements.
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Published in Brighton Standard Blade on Oct. 11, 2017