Garfield Robbins

Garfield Robbins

October 04, 1936 - July 15, 2022

Garfield Robbins

October 04, 1936 - July 15, 2022


Garfield Franklin Robbins, 85, of Patterson Township passed away peacefully on July 15 in Beaver Falls.  We take comfort that he is in heaven with our Lord and Savior.  He was born on October 4, 1936, to Garfield Grant and Francis Elizabeth Robbins in Beaver Falls.  After high school, he served in the United States Army and then worked at the B&W steel plant.  He met Marjorie Ann Terwilliger at church, and they had a long marriage.  He was close to our Lord and Savior and spent decades helping others including at the Kiwanis Club and with youth athletics like the Knothole League.  He loved to fish.  He also enjoyed helping to care for the neighborhood pets.  He was a local sports fan who enjoyed the Steelers, Pirates, Penguins and the Blackhawk Cougars.

He was preceded in death by Marjorie and their son David.  He is survived by his sons Daniel (Debbie) of Calabasas, California and Jerry of Beaver as well as his grandchildren Emily, Claire and Daniel William Robbins of Calabasas, California.  He is also survived by his sister Sue Klein (Gary) and by many nieces and cousins.

Flowers may be sent for the service to Beaver Cemetery Mausoleum or donations in his memory may be made to First Presbyterian Church 252 College Avenue, Beaver PA 15009.

There will be a service in his memory in the chapel at the Beaver Cemetery Mausoleum on July 26 at 1:00 PM followed by entombment.





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3 responses to Garfield Robbins

  1. Dear Robbins Family, My deepest condolences on the passing of Garf. I was a neighbor when growing up in the Steffin Hill neighborhood. Our mothers were in a card club together . He was a very kind man.Phyllis Byrne

  2. My name is John San Felice. I remember Garfield from growing up on Steffin Hill, White Twp as a child. His family lived on Craig Head Lane my brother Jack and I had fond memories of Garf as we called him. He was several years older but a very happy and pleasant young man. I was happy to hear he had such a rewarding life. God Bless you Garf. RIP

  3. Dear Robbins Family:I just learned of the death of Garf. My sympathy to all of you. I have many special memories of Garf and his family. May God comfort all of you.

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