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— Limon

Robertson

Limon B. Robertson Jr. of Camden, passed away from this life on March 2, 2019,

at the Ouachita Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Camden.

He was born in El Dorado, Arkansas, and was 94 years old. He was a WWII veteran in the Marine Corps where he served in the Pacific. He participated in the capture and defense of Guadal Canal, and in action on Tarawa Atoll, Saipan and Tinian.

He was the owner of Robertson’s TV Sales and Service on U.S. 79 North in Camden, and was retired from the General Dynamics facility. He enjoyed fishing and playing golf with his brother, J. W. Robertson, through the years. He delighted in watching golf matches and various sports on TV. He was a loving father, and loved his wife of 62 years.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Mariana Brees Robertson, his father and mother, Limon B. Robertson Sr. and Tommie (Stacy) Robertson Anderson; and one brother, J. W. Robertson.

Survivors include three daughters, Beverly Clark and husband, Glenn, of Farmington, Missouri, Sandra Williams and husband, J. E. “Butch” of Camden, and Rita Robertson of Sheridan, Arkansas; one son, Limon B. Robertson III and wife, Anita, of Bismarck, Arkansas; seven grandchildren, Angela Clark of St Louis, Missouri, Darrin Clark and wife, Jennifer, of Mooresville, North Carolina, Brent Williams of Columbus, Ohio, Aaron Williams of Camden, Lori Harmon and husband, Ricky, of Cabot, Lanea and husband, Bobby Bittinger of Bismarck, and Limon B. Robertson IV of Dallas, Texas; nine great-grandchildren; two nephews; and four nieces.

Proctor Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

A graveside service will be held 1 p.m. on Thursday, March 7, at Crossroads Cemetery in Louann with Glenn Clark and Larry Stacey officiating.

To sign the online guest register, visit www.proctorfuneralhome.com.

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