Peggy's Story

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Peggy Rymer Robinson, 61, beloved mother, grandmother, sister and friend, was called to her eternal resting place on October 4, 2016. She entered this world on October 27, 1954, in Cheyenne, Oklahoma, to Dwight and Mary Rymer. Peggy grew up in Morrison and was proud to call Morrison her home. She graduated from high school in 1972 before going off to college at Oklahoma State University. After a fun, but short stint at OSU, Peggy wentto work at the Citizens State Bank in Morrison as an Assistant Cashier and Auditor. Peggy was a member of the Morrison Christian Church, Morrison American Legion Post 343 Auxiliary, the Morrison Lions Club, Morrison Community Development Association, and the local Election Board. Peggy was also happy to fill in anywhere there was an opening because she was so proud to be apart of such a wonderful community. She did all of this while raising three tall, dark and handsome sons ;-) Although out numbered and
out weighed, when needed, Peggy still knew how to deliver a mean thump.
Peggy took great pride in being involved and active in her sons lives and always celebrated their accomplishments. Upon her retirement from the bank, she gave loving care to her parents and enjoyed almost every moment of it.

Everyone agrees Peggy's most important and fulfilling job was that of being a loving and caring mother and grandmother. She adored her four grandsons and would spoil them every chance she could. Peggy had a very special bond with her sister, Lenel. They were often inseparable. Peggy was full of love but also had a little rebel side you often had to watch out for. She loved her Morrison community, her puppies, listening to live music, traveling any chance she could and cooking for her family and friends. She was very caring and generous sometimes to a fault but it was who she was. Peggy loved to laugh and when she did it was infectious! Her sense of humor is one of the many qualities that made her fun to be around. She enjoyed writing poetry, watching Thunder basketball, OSU football and she also enjoyed glamping aka glamour camping. Peggy was never known for her grace, but even after many falls and broken bones she would never let it slow her down. A prime example of this is after breaking both ankles, she still drove her electric wheelchair in the community parade while pulling a wagon filled with dogs and grandsons.

Peggy is survived by her sons David Hawkins and spouse Jennifer of
Stillwater; Brice Robinson of Colorado Springs; Creed Robinson and spouse Cassie of Morrison; grandsons Gage, Kade, Kealan, and Zhane Robinson; her sister, Lenel Rymer of Morrison; and numerous cousins and many friends. She was preceded in death by her parents Dwight and Mary Rymer, her brother Gary Rymer and spouse David Bear Robinson.

Funeral services were held Monday, October 10th at 2:00 pm at the
Morrison Christian Church with Reverend Roy Fleshman officiating.
Graveside service followed at the Morrison Cemetery Southeast of town. Family will receive friends at the Brown-Dugger Funeral Home in Perry, OK, on Sunday, October 9th from 4:00 - 6:00 pm.

In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial contributions be made to the Morrison Christian Church, Morrison Lions Club, or the Morrison American Legion Auxiliary.
Published on October 12, 2016
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