Leslie Robbins

Leslie Robbins

Saturday, July 4th, 2020
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Farmington - Leslie Linwood Robbins, 80, of Fairbanks, died at his home, Saturday, July 4, 2020. He was born in Farmington, July 21, 1939, a son of Alfred and Stella (French) Robbins and attended local schools before joining the United States Army having served during the Korean Conflict where he was wounded in action. He was employed as a truck driver for many years, and enjoyed working on Mack trucks, going to mud runs, and pulling rocks and landscaping around his home.
He is survived by his daughter, Sherry Taylor and her husband, Jeff of Farmington, a son, Brian Robbins and his wife, Lori (Taylor) of Jay, and daughter, Lori Mosher and her husband, Basil of Chesterville; grandchildren, TJ Tyler and his companion, Gabee Luce of New Vineyard, Dustin Tyler and his companion, Ariel Hobert of New Vineyard, Taylor Hodgdon McBurney of Mt. Vernon, Tate Hodgdon of Jay, Joseph Mosher, and Logan Mosher, both of Chesterville, and Mitchell Robbins and his companion Sydney Caldwell of New Vineyard; great-grandchildren, Riley, Abbigail, and Ella; brothers, Gene Robbins of MA, Don Robbins of MA, Roger Robbins of New Sharon, and Peter Robbins of Topsham; sisters, Roberta Doyle of FL, Patricia Hutchinson of Industry, and Carol "Candy" Maxwell of NY; many nieces and nephews; He was predeceased by a son, Leslie Robbins, Jr., brothers, Calvin and Steve, and a sister, Janice Chick.
Due to the current restrictions in place limiting the number of people able to attend services there will be private family committal services with Military Honors at Fairview Cemetery in Farmington. In light of that, the family asks that you please share memories in his Book of Memories at Cremation Care and memorial services are being cared for and provided by the Wiles Remembrance Center/Adams~McFarlane Chapel, 137 Farmington Falls Road, Farmington.
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Lois Greenleaf

Posted at 12:24pm
Condolences to all of Les's family. May he rest in peace. Another classmate gone!!

Danielle Flannery

Posted at 10:19am
I used to work at his corner store - he was always one of my favorite customers - ready with a smile and kind words. He will be missed.

Dalene Sinskie

Posted at 08:31pm
So many memories of nights/weekends spent at the Robbins household when I was a teen. Les was a good man and always made me feel welcome in his home. Hugs to the family and much love.

Kimberly white

Posted at 12:55am
You were such a riot always joked but everytime I saw u in Irving I would go sit with u for a bit an get one of ur wonderful loving hugs... When I took photography in high school I knew I had to have a picture of u with one of ur favorite Mac trucks... An I have had it framed an on my wall ever since then... You will be forever missed until we see u again love u always! (It wont let me post the picture on here😥)

Judee Nile Sprague

Posted at 11:11pm
I was blessed to know Les from the time I was about a year old💖 It would be impossible to share all the memories I have, so I'll just sit down and have a cup of coffee ☕

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