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A private ceremony will be held for immediate family. Plans are being made for a celebration of life to be held around her birthday next year in May. 

I remember Mrs. Robson contributions to the Church of the Master Youth Fellowship when I was in junior and senior high school. She always had a great smile, a welcoming spirit, and looked for ways to serve.

Mark, you are in my thoughts even though we have not seen each for years. You and many others in the church youth group hold a special place in my heart. So many good memories of retreats at Camp Otterbein, Lynnwood on Lake Erie, and overnights at the church. It seems to me that your mom and dad were a big part of many of those events. Your mom was a loving Christian servant and I am very appreciative of her contributions to my spiritual development.

Marty Rosensteel

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Obituary for Shirley Robson

Shirley Robson 1931-2020

Shirley Robson

05/25/1931 - 11/16/2020

Shirley Robson (Reeves), age 89 of Westerville died Monday, November 16, 2020 in Lewis Center, OH.

Born May 25, 1931 in Worthington, OH to the late Earl and Helen Reeves. She was a graduate of Westerville High School in 1949. Shirley was married to the late Matthew Robson the same year and they were together for 46 years. After Matthew completed his service in the United States Navy in Rhode Island, they moved back to Westerville where she worked at the Public Opinion Newspaper. Shirley was also an active member of Church of the Master United Methodist for 74 years.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Matthew, parents, Earl and Helen, and brothers, Richard and James. Shirley is survived by her sister June Hall, her children Connie (Jon) Gramoy; David (Kate) Robson; Mark (Cindy) Robson; 3 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great-grandchild.

A private ceremony will be held for immediate family. Plans are being made for a celebration of life to be held around her birthday next year in May. In lieu of flowers, her family requests donations to be made to The Church of the Master United Methodist.

The family would like to extend a big thank you to the staff at Capital City Hospice as well as the staff at First & Main of Lewis Center.