Lucille Elane (Robertson) Jones, 72, of Garber, Oklahoma passed away Saturday, January 12, 2019. Lucille was born to Loyd Edward and Lillian Faye (Wilson) Robertson June 7, 1946 in Greene County, Missouri.
Whether Lucille was driving a truck with her late husband “Bud”, or helping others to their appointments as a transport driver, she proved to be a versatile women of many talents. In her earlier years, Lucille got her cosmetology license, and even though she never worked in the industry, she was certified to also teach cosmetology. She loved putting puzzles together, reading, playing cards and games, and she loved sneaking off to the casino. She would also do just about anything to collect ink pens from wherever she went or whomever had a pen, that caught her eye. Most of all Lucille loved her family and loved singing to her grandchildren. Her bright eyes and infectious grin will be forever in the memories of her children’s hearts.
Lucille is survived by two son’s Joe and wife Susie Masters, and Brian and wife Amber Masters, one daughter Julie and husband Larry Hoffman, step-children Jackie Kephart, Becky Glass, Jamie Jones, Julie Jones, and Doug Jones, seven grandchildren Laura Green and husband Coty, Brian Masters II and girlfriend Karen Day, Dillon Masters and wife Aspen, Waylan Hoffman, Abbie Masters, Clayton Masters, and Nate Masters, and four great grandchildren Lyric Leyja, Bentley Masters, Brodie Masters, and Kade Masters. Lucille is also survived by two brothers and three sisters, Thomas Robertson, and Joe Robertson and wife Francis, Minnie Clark, Geneva Adams and husband Jerry, and Mary Yoder and husband Cliff.
Lucille is preceded in death by her husband Allison “Bud” Jones, parents Loyd and Lillian Faye Robertson, three brothers William Robertson, Donald Ray Robertson, and James Robertson, and one sister Dorothy Clark.
Services are entrusted to Dugger Funeral Home in Garber. Visitation is scheduled for Wednesday, January 16, from 2:00 pm – 8:00 pm with the family present from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. A funeral service is scheduled for 11:00 am, Thursday January 17 at the First Christian Church in Garber with interment to follow at the Garber Cemetery.
Condolences may be added to Lucille’s online guest book at www.brown-duggerfuneralhome.com
To all the loved family of Lucille,
Lucille touched our heart, she was eternally optimistic and cared for everyone especially her children. She was so loyal to her children and I admired and respected her ability to work hard under difficult circumstances and stay devoted to her family. Her openness and humor even in her moment of suffering was so infectious, she bestowed these natural gifts to her children who have become loyal lifelong friends of my family. We are better people for having known Lucille, may she rest in peace, forever and always. Peace and love to Joe, Brian and Julie and all the family in this time of hurt and healing.
Mary Malloy and family
Mary MalloyWarner Robins, GA
My sincere condolences for all of the family. I love you all.
Willina Robertson TerryBeggs, OK