A service to celebrate the life of Brice Wilson Robertson, AKA (Dub Robertson) and his 78 years of life is scheduled at 11:00 am on Saturday, January 21, 2023, at the First Baptist Church in Shallowater with Brad Miles as residing Pastor. He died on Friday, January 13th, 2023, at his home in Shallowater, Tx. Please visit this page for a service broadcasting schedule, floral purchasing, and an area to share stories of Mr. Robertson with his family.
Brice Wilson Robertson was born January 12th, 1945, to Brice Wilson Robertson Sr. and Pearlie Ellen Davis in Lubbock, Tx. He was married to Peggy Manning for 16 years.
Mr. Robertson is survived by His wife Peggy Manning, family members to include 2 sons Joey and David, and one grandson Clay. Several nephews Eddie Robertson, and Darrell Robertson from Ponca City Ok. Ronald Phillips Lubbock, Tx. Nieces Janet Watson from Hale Center, and Karen and Sandra Southerland from Lubbock, Tx. 7 Great Nephews, and 8 Great Nieces. 9 Great Great nephews, 5 Great Great nieces.
Also, an Inherited family by marriage includes Randy Anderson and his wife Rita, Tammy Hamersley and her Husband Mike. Wade and Sandra Cave, Andrews, Tx. Grandchildren, Casie Muller and her husband Bryce Muller, Cory Hamersley and his wife Jessie Hamersley all from Shallowater. Danielle Torres from Lubbock, Tx Amy Anderson from Lubbock, Tx .and 3 great-grandchildren. Kaedyn, Avery, and Micah Muller Shallowater, Tx and Bea DeLeon Lubbock, Tx, and Kaitlyn Cave Andrews, Tx
He is preceded in death by his father Brice Wilson Robertson, and mother Pearlie Ellen Davis Robertson,
His 2 Brothers Leroy Robertson, James Robertson, 2 sisters Norma Jean Southerland, and Beverly Janice Phillips.
Brice lived a very eventful life. Every day was a new day and a new adventure, and he was ready to seize the day. He was an HVAC technician by trade, a professional Jack of all trades and a man of many of treasures by hobby! He was a man you could always depend on and rely on, someone who helped anybody with anything. Fixing and repairing lawn items, auto repairs, you name it he tinkered with it. He loved being outside. He liked to find the adventure in what he could do, what he could build, or what was going to be severed or sacrificed that day. He wanted to make sure he could use his Jack of all trade expertise skills. He liked to fish, pan for gold, and was never afraid to try new things.
He and my mom extended their help when they could to several in their neighborhood. It’s not always the big things you know about someone but the little things that make them special. They would offer a handout when it was needed if they could. From forgiving monthly rent payments to taking Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner to people who needed it. Being around Dub was a treasure. He always had a way of making you laugh, or a story to share. His favorite saying was “Can’t we all just get along”.
To the man, who made us laugh, to the man who brought calm to the storm, may your adventure just begin! Grab your boat and go fishing, seize the day, make some waves, may your boat be overflowing with all you need.
In our hearts you left a mark and our minds filled with memories. Thanks for the journey! This is not goodbye, but just a see you later. Just know you will be missed and loved so very much!
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