Donald Eugene Robertson

Roanoke Valley, Virginia


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Donald Robertson passed away in Roanoke Valley, Virginia. Funeral Home Services for Donald are being provided by Lotz Funeral Homes. The obituary was featured in Roanoke Times on July 19, 2010, and Roanoke Times on July 20, 2010.

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Rachel, we're sorry to hear about your husband Don. Our sympathy goes out to you and your family.

Dale, I know you are hurting but he and Daddy are both at peace now with no more sickness or pain. Daddy always appreciated your Dad putting trust in him to drive his race car. My Dad, your Dad and Jabe were always such good friends. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. Call or drop in some time; I am sure that we would have a blast talking about the "old days."
Sincerely Ervin Brooks and the Brooks family.

He was a great Grandpa and a good friend and before he had his stroke three years ago about every Sat morning and sometimes on Sunday before church We went and had Breakfast at the Pancake House by his house in Roanoke we had a great time I loved to spend time with him he always wake me up a 5am with him gargle his mouthwash when I stayed over at his house and when I stayed at my moms house he sneaks in my room and he hinges over my bed and look at me till I wake up and scares me he thinks...

My deepest sympathies go out to the Robertson family. Dale and Mrs. Rachel your families are in our prayers.

Don Robertson Winner at Columbia in 1970.

I was very saddened to read of the passing of Mr. Robertson. I was lucky enough to meet he and Dale at The Menory Lane Museum in Mooresville last year. We have lost a fine man and racing legend. God Bless You All.

Sorry to hear about the passing of Don. I met him through Roy Mayne & Jabe Thomas in 1973. Don and I had some fun times together on the 25 car during that year. I'll always have found memories of Don.
Wayne Furr ( Cincinnati,Ohio)

Dale,Im sorry your dad died. You may not know but my dad Charles Griffin died March 10 2010. Maybe there up in heaven with Goat and Lovelace. I have some good memories of the old shop and all the carry-in on that went on there.

Donna and Family, I just want you to know I am thinking of you and your family. You will be in my prayers and thoughts. God bless and comfort you! Jeannie Carroll

Donna and Family, the nurses at Carilion Franklin Memorial, Acute Care Services, would like to express our sympathy to you and your family. It is very hard to let go, but he is suffering no more. May wonderful and fond memories sustain you and bring you peace. God Bless You!