28 September 2006
Obituary and Guestbook for Clarence F. Robison (June 18, 1923 - September 26, 2006)
Excerpt from Obituary in the Daily Herald... "Robbie was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and found great joy in serving the Lord. In 1989, he was called to be mission president of the England Leeds Mission and served side by side with his dear wife, Monita. Robbie and Monita served in several other capacities together, including a mission to Istanbul, Turkey, and also directing the Missionary Training Center in Preston, England. Robbie and Monita's missionaries always looked to them not only as spiritual leaders but as friends."
8 Nov 2005
President and Sister Robison are living in UT- 1055 N Grand Avenue, Provo, UT 84604. Phone 801-374-0336 . I post their address with their permission! I spoke to each of them today for a few minutes - they are doing well! Sis Robison said they are the only ones in the US that do not have email. Therefore, please feel free to send them letter, add them to your Christmas Card list, or give them a call. They have fond memories of their time in England. After their mission in Turkey, they were called to preside over the London MTC, and were transferred to the Preston MTC when it opened! They are feeling the effects of many years, but are doing well nonetheless.
They would love to hear from their former missionaries!
[above provided by Amy Lynn Brown]
Saturday, March 11, 1989
LDS Church News
Clarence F. Robison, 65, Provo 27th Ward, Provo Utah North Stake; assigned to the England Leeds Mission; high priests group instructor, former regional representative, YMMIA general board member, bishop, and branch president; retired BYU professor; received bachelor's degree from BYU and master's degree from University of Michigan; born in Fillmore, Utah, a son of Archie and Charlottie U. Larson Robison; married Monita Turley; nine children.
She is a Young Women president's counselor, former stake Young Women board member, ward Primary president and teacher, Young Women teacher, and Relief Society teacher; born in Aripine, Ariz., a daughter of Frederick Andrew and Wilma Caroline Fillerup Turley.