Wednesday, April 18, 2012
The Lord took my daddy home yesterday morning. After a hard fight with brain cancer that was stealing his mind he had a stroke Friday afternoon that took his voice and use of his right side. I am so happy he is now home and back with my mother. It was a long hard road but I am so glad I got to spend this time with him. Not goodbye just see you later Daddy.
Roy Alvis Robertson Sr., passed away peacefully on April 17, 2012 surrounded by his family. Roy was a WWII Navy veteran who served on the aircraft carrier, USS Bunker Hill. Roy has resided in Albuquerque for the past 60 years where he and wife Zelda raised their family. He was a retired member of the plumbers/pipefitters local 412, belonged to the Masonic Lodge Hiram 13 and the Scottish Rite, and was a member of the NM Shrine. He was preceded in death and now has been reunited with his soul mate and wife, Zelda Mae Robertson, and his best friend and twin brother, Troy (Bud) Robertson. He is survived by son Marty Robertson, wife Patricia, son Timothy Robertson, wife Carol, daughter Mary Roberts, husband Terry. Grandchildren and spouses: Jeanette (Jeremy), Cindy (Jeremy), Jessica (Neil), Jamie (Todd), Jodie (Cameron), Justin, Travis, Jarrid, and Mitchell. He also had 8 great-grandchildren.
Saturday, April 7, 2012
My brother is having a pancake contest tomorrow.... well I don't do pancakes but I do cakes. It looks a little burned in the photo but in real life it's so cute. I made my favorite rum cake and poured rum syrup between the layers then I made a sauce from sugar and rum and colored it to look like maple syrup.