Theresa Leigh Robbins

Theresa Leigh Robbins
December 20, 1963 - April 6, 2019

Theresa Leigh Stobaugh Williams Robbins passed away on April 6, 2019 in Tyler, TX at the age of 55, and all who knew her are heart broken. She was born December 20, 1963 in Morrilton, AK to parents Audy Lee Stobaugh and Barbara Jean Stobaugh Lawrence. She grew up in Dallas, TX and attended Bryan Adams High School.

Theresa was survived by her loving husband and best friend, Mike Robbins; her Moma, Barbara Lawrence; mother-in-law, Mimi Handorf; daughter, April Williams; grandkids, Stormie Peek and River Williams; sisters Donna (Lee) and Michelle (JimBo) and sister-in-law, Lisa Stobaugh; nephews and nieces, Christian (Ana), Andrew, Nathan, Kayla (Brett), Cody (Lindsey); family members Samantha, Andrea, Marshall, Jake, Douglas, Kyrah, Camryn, Jaelyn, Avery, Delilah, Leo and so many more family and friends.

She was pre-deceased by her daddy, Audy Stobaugh, and sweet brother, Scott Stobaugh.

Theresa loved rain, cloudy days, gardening, fishing and being outdoors. She loved rocks, picked them up from everywhere and asked others to bring them to her on their travels; she kept those rocks everywhere – yard, room, and drawers.

Most importantly, she loved her family and friends with her whole heart and gave herself to them constantly. She actively did crafts, wrote poems, cooked or whatever her grandkids, kids, Moma, husband or anyone wanted to do. Theresa served young and elderly alike in her cleaning and home healthcare business, and actively looked for every opportunity to go the extra mile.

Theresa became ill while on a fun vacation to New York City with her sister, Donna, and Moma; she made it home and passed away within a week from undetermined medical issues. She now lives in heaven; we will miss her until we get to hug her neck again in heaven.

The memorial service and celebration of Theresa’s life will be held Thursday, April 11th, at the Mineola Nature Preserve Pavilion at 1860 CR 2724, Mineola, TX 75773. The service will begin at noon with lunch to follow. Join us for a moment or stay for the day. There is a covered pavilion and modern facilities; dress for the outdoors.

As an outdoor service, there is no ability for sending flowers; instead send prayers for the family.