Chuck Robbins, 67, of Stanford, KY passed away on Sunday, December 29, 2019 at Fort Logan Hospital in Stanford. Born June 29, 1952 in Shelby, OH to the late Andrew and Mary Thompson Robbins, he was an employee of Berry Global, Inc. where he worked for 40 years. Chuck was a “Mr. Fixer Upper”, he was a mechanical genius, and a Jack of all trades. He loved his grandchildren and was involved in their sports, enjoyed taking pictures, loved U.K. Basketball, and enjoyed listening to "travelling music". If it was broke and he couldn’t fix it, it was a “piece of junk.” He was also a member of McKinney Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife of 47 years, Sandra Hazlett Robbins of Stanford, KY whom he married on July 5, 1972; two daughters, Ramey Felty (Derek) of Lancaster, KY, and Rustye Richards (Daren) of Duluth, GA; six grandchildren, Kenlea Nicole Norton (Kelsey Young), Kamryn Noelle Norton, Gage Maclin Attkisson, Hannah Grace Felty (Nick Patton), Cameron Raimoni Richards, and Chandler Brooke Richards; seven brothers, Johnny Robbins (Janie) of Danville, KY, Marty Robbins (Carla) of Lancaster, KY, Mike Robbins (Theresa) of Stanford, KY, Earl Robbins of Harrodsburg, KY, Junior Robbins (June) of Independence, KY, Carl Robbins (Pennie) of Stanford, KY, and David Robbins of Stanford, KY; six sisters, Louise Miracle, Wanda Miracle, Mary Jo Peyton, Vicky Smith (Ronnie), Teffnie Robbins all of Stanford, KY, and Tammy Henry (Robbie) of Hustonville, KY; and a host of nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Rodney Robbins. Visitation will be Wednesday, January 1, 2020 at McKinney Baptist Church from 5-9pm. Funeral service will be 1pm Thursday, January 2, 2020 at the church with Bro. Waylon Pendleton and Bro. Shawn Ingram officiating. Burial will follow at Buffalo Springs Cemetery in Stanford. Spurlin Funeral Home, Stanford is in charge of the arrangements.
Active Pallbearers are Timmy Robbins, Jerry Gray Peyton, Roger Foster, Roy Moore, Jimmy Kersey, Daniel Sims, Chuck Deatherage, Mike Southerland, and Joey Peyton.
Honorary Pallbearers are all past and present Berry Global Maintenance Staff and nephews.
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