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A Celebration of Life
Date of Birth August 13, 1966
Date of Passing March 21, 2020
Robbin Cory Anders
from Omaha, Nebraska, United States
He leaves to mourn his death parents; James (Dr. Esia) Anders, Sons: Cory Anders, Clayton Anders, Kemari Shinall and Maurice Shinall, Daughter; Ayesha Shinall. Grandchildren; Malaki Stark, Clayton Anders Jr., Joslyn Simpson, Tai'an Williams, Serenity Williams, Davieian Williams and Cane Warrick. Sister; Jami (Jeff), Brother Mark Willis. Also left to mourn his home-going is a host of special friends and other family members.
Robbin was Self-taught and overcame many obstacles. Robbin became a business owner, managing numerous properties and spent over 30 years as a professional in the construction industry. He earned his Masters Carpenter Certification and taught in the construction industry. During his career he worked on many large construction projects throughout the United States, taking pride in his work and achievements. As an intellectual person and visionary, Robbin experienced and viewed life as exciting with big dreams and ambitions that he worked hard toward achieving. Robbin had a big Heart and worked to become a better example of himself and in his interactions with others. He loved his children and grandchildren and often wanted to be more involved and influential in their growth.
Robbin will always be remembered for all of the many life lessons he taught and the many lectures he gave.
Clayton Anders: "I want you to be greater than me".
Kemari Shinall: "Listen to what I tell you, I've done it all in life right and wrong to know how to help you do it right the first time".
Clayton Jr: We always enjoyed our truck rides and spending one on one time together.
Serenity Williams: "Sometimes you lose the special ones".
Tai'an Williams: " I appreciate him for letting me be me even when I reminded him of my mom, and him always visiting us when in town and taking us out for food. We all knew he was hard headed when it came to taking care of himself, because he wanted to put us all first and for that we love him eternally".
Ayesha Shinall: We definitely had our differences and bumped heads a lot as I was growing up but that never changed you treating me as your own. You always told me "It's not what you say Esha it's how you say it" and I am still working on it. Thank you for always being there for me and my kids, you never hesitated to make sure we had what we needed and for that I Thank you with all of my heart. So much I wish I could of said to you while you were still here.
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