William Haskell Robinson


William Haskell Robinson was born to John Alex and Velma (Lovingood) Robinson on September 13, 1928 at Newcastle, Ok. He departed this life on June 22, 2018 at his home in Slaughterville, Ok. Haskell graduated from Newcastle High School. He was saved on September 5, 1953 at the Ojai Valley Pilgrim Holiness Church in Ojai, Ca. He attended the Pilgrim Bible College in El Monte, Ca. in 1955. That same year he took his first Church in Oak View Ca. Pilgrim Holiness Church. He attended Bible College part-time, worked full-time and pastored. He pastored many other churches in Ca. before moving to Oklahoma in 1978. He held home fellowship in Noble from 1979-1987. In 1987 he started the Norman Wesleyan Church at a local hotel and within a month made arrangements to purchase the present church on Berry Road and pastored from 1987-1998. In 1998 he retired. On November 22, 1987 he and Carolyn Shorter were united in marriage at the Slaughterville Baptist Church. They made their home in Slaughterville, Ok. Their union was for (31) years. Haskell was preceded in death by his Parents, Brothers; Bill, Ralph, Troy and James and Sister Betty Ruth Mitchell. Those who survive hime include his wife Carolyn of the home, Daughters; Carolyn Holloway and husband Michael, Staci Boeckman and husband Brad and Stephanie Ghoryeb and husband Claude, Son Jason Willeford and wife Diane, Sister Irma Goad, Brother Harold Robinson, numerous Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren and other relatives and friends. FUNERAL SERVICE: 10:30am Wednesday, June 27th, McMahans Funeral Chapel INTERMENT: Noble IOOF Cemetery Arranged and Directed By McMahans Funeral Home
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