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John Dennis Robbins

November 3, 1953 ~ April 22, 2020

John Dennis Robbins, born 11/3/1953, at West Calcasieu Cameron Hospital in Sulphur, La, went home on Wednesday 04/22/2020 to join his Mom, Dad, family, and friends who passed before him.  John was a loving son, brother, father, grandfather, uncle, and friend.  John was raised in Sulphur, La and lived there most of his life.  He was raised by his loving parents in the Henning Memorial United Methodist Church and proud to be a Christian.

          John was a welder by trade and was very proud of the work he did.  John never met a stranger and would go out of his way to help anyone in need.  He was a loving and giving person and will be remembered for that always.  John had a smile for everyone he met every day of his life.  He enjoyed fishing, hunting, shrimping, and crabbing from his youth into his adult life.  He enjoyed going to the movies from Drive-Ins to the new Theatres.  He loved to watch sports, and in his later years, he enjoyed classic westerns.  He especially enjoyed his visits with his family and friends and loved to see his nieces, nephews, and their children.

          John was extremely proud of his daughter Sarah and granddaughter Janie.  He would always find a way to bring them into the conversation when visiting with friends and family.  They were the treasures that he held on to, loved, and cherished.  Thinking of them and talking about them brought him joy and happiness; His face would light up and his smile would shine when introducing them to anyone and everyone that walked by during their visits.  His love for his family was undeniable and unconditional! 

          John is survived by his daughter Sarah Jane Kirk, her husband Corey Kirk, and grand-daughter Janie Aguero, by two brothers, James “Butch” Robbins and wife Pat and Joel Robbins and wife Cassie. John will be missed by his nieces, Katy Cornette and Megan Vidrine, nephews, Jason Robbins, Joshua Robbins, and Jeremy Robbins, and their families.

          John was preceded in death by his parents, James and Bernice Robbins, who are wrapping their arms around him and welcoming him home, as you read this.  He will be missed here on Earth by those who loved him, but will now enjoy his everlasting life in Heaven!

         Cremation has been entrusted to Johnson and Robison Funeral Home. A memorial service will be held at a later date.

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  1. John and I have been real good friends since Jr High. He was a really good person. He will be missed.

  2. So sorry to hear John passed. I have fond memories of John when I was a kid visiting my friend Joel.  He always had a smile on his face and made you feel welcome and glad to see you.  Rest In Peace John , our thoughts and prayers go out to his family. 

  3. My heart is full of blessings of great memories of joy. John and I, being cousins of the same age and at one point in our high school years, lived one house apart from each other (which was our sweet grandmother,s house) shared many enjoyable times. He will be missed here on earth until we meet again in our Lord's house. Love & prayers to all who loved him🙏❤

  4. We are praying for the family. The both of us always loved visiting with John. He knew how to make you laugh.
    RIP🙏🙏

  5. So sorry to hear of the loss of John Dennis. We ( the Cleveland’s) lived  next door to James and Bernice who were wonderful people. We shared many good times with all of the Robbins family. John was such a loving young man and was always smiling. Rest In Peace John Dennis. 

  6. Brother you are in a better place with Mom and Dad and all your aunts and uncles . miss you.

  7. My sincere condolences to all the family on your sad loss. Keep each other safe and support one another and remember all the good times.

  8. Butch and Joel I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family.


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