Robbie N. Harvey

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Robbie N. Harvey, a resident of New Braunfels, passed away on Thursday, October 4, 2012 at Silver Tree Nursing & Rehab in Schertz at the age of 73. Robbie was born on February 7, 1939 in Rayville, LA to Arthur Lee Brown and Nellie Robertson Brown. For more than 20-years, Robbie worked as a long distance operator for Southwestern Bell. In addition, she also worked as a Licensed Vocational Nurse for some 10-years. Survivors include daughters, Janette Weems, Brenda Smith and husband, Tommy and Cami English; four grandchildren. Memorial services are scheduled for 1:00 PM on Monday, October 15, 2012 at the Lux Funeral Home Chapel. All services will end at the conclusion of the memorial service.

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  1. Robbie has been more like a sister to me since I first met her in July of 1981. She took me under her wings and has always been there for me. She was a fierce Mother lion, watching out for her girls and her friends. I loved her dearly and will miss her enormously. I pray that her girls and grandchildren will know just how special a person that Robbie was and that I am sure she is with her loved ones and with her Maker, Jesus Christ, our Lord.

  2. I have been trying for 3 months to find out about Robbie. We communicated by phone and I hadn’t been able to reach her. I am sorry for the family that she is gone but she suffered long enough and now she is whole again and walking with Jesus. We were across the hall neighbors in Germany when all our children were little. We kept in touch for a long time – lost touch and then reconnected about 18 years ago and we were able to see her once in Louisiana – and had phone contact since. When she got her latest illness I had hopes to getting to Texas to see her but now will see her again one day in Heaven! Praise the Lord she knew Jesus!!! My sympathy to you girls!

  3. Brenda and Family, you are in my prayers. God Bless and keep you under his protection and comfort.

  4. My deepest sympathy to Robbie’s family, I am Thankful I had the opportunity to know her, She was a motherly figure to me, and would always share her life experiences with me, from her past, would encourage me, counsel me, and give me advice , She was a good caring person, I loved her, respected her, and already miss her terribly.I know she is pain free, and Happy to be reunited with her dad and daughters in Heaven………..She is flying with the Angels

  5. Dear Janette, Brenda, Cami and Family – I am very sorry for your loss. I loved Robbie and even though I didn’t keep up with her very well, she will always be in my heart. There is so much to remember about your wonderful MOM, but I will never forget a couple of things – the delicious angel biscuits she made and her gorgeous skin! She will be missed so much -I think i can speak for my family and tell you my Mom, Pauline, and my sisters, Linda and Brenda, are very sad and are praying for you to find peace… Please take care of yourselves. Love, paula

  6. Dear Janette,Brenda ,Cami and loving grandchildren,We are so sorry we can’t be with you monday.Im so glad i got to spend time with Robbi last year even tho it was not a happy time.We planned to have lunch but it just didn’t happen. We had several phone calls and i’m happy we renewed our frendship. My thoughts and prayers are with you.Robbie Rest In Peace . Rose and Barney Cissell

  7. I knew Robbie from my job delivering pharmaceutical drugs to Kirkwood Manor. We always talked and joked and cut up while she was checking in the drugs. In those 4 years we worked together I learned a lot about her and her character and strength, especially dealing with the loss of her daughter. I cant believe she’s gone, I know she is celebrating and rejoicing in heaven with her daughter right now. Peace be with her children and grandchildren.

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