Date of Death: December 10, 2020

Service Details

In accordance with family wishes, Harold has been cremated, and a memorial service will take place at a later date.

Obituary Notice

Harold E. Robinson, age 73, of Three Rivers passed away on Thursday, December 10, 2020 at his home surrounded by his family. He was born in Three Rivers, MI on August 24, 1947 the son of Harlon P. and Alma P. (Boggio) Robinson.

On August 16, 1986 he was united in marriage to Beverly (Babcock) Hammon. Together they made Three Rivers their home for many years. Harold was employed at GTE/Verizon for over 30 years and upon his retirement greeted customers at Meijer. Harold served as a crossing guard for the local schools in the Three Rivers school district. He was a faithful member of Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses of Three Rivers.

He is survived by his wife, Beverly Robinson; step-sons, Ronald E. Hammon Jr., Kent A. Hammon, Dana H. Hammon and William A. Hammon; step-daughter, Julie K. Kelbley; 25 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren.

Additional Information

Donations in Harold’s memory may be directed to the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Envelopes are available at Hohner Funeral Home in care of Harold’s arrangements.

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  1. We knew Harold because he married our good friend Bev. We visited him and Bev a few times through the years and he was always cheerful and encouraging.
    The hope we have reassures us that we will see him again and he will be smiling and cheerful as always and healthy.
    In the meantime we send our condolences to Bev and family. We pray that all can endure until then.

  2. Harold you will be miss. Steve and I have knowen you for many years, While living on Michigan Ave and going to Barrow school. Then while you and I work as greeter at Meijer. We had some good talks. May you rest in peace

  3. RIP Harold! I didn’t know you other than I go to Meijer all the time. You have always been so kind. I remember one time I bought a grill and I couldn’t fit it in my vehicle and you offered to drive it to my house because you were getting off of work soon. Thank you for always being a good person. I will miss seeing you when I am at the store.

  4. I have known Harold since 8th grade. Then I later worked along side him as a custodian at GTE for 10 months. During that time I got to know him quite well.
    We were 22. He told me that he worked there to pay his bills but his real job was ministering.
    When he started working at GTE the manager told him that the only job he would ever be able to do was a custodian. That would be a valid discrimination case now.
    After 30+ years he retired and the next day went to work for a cleaning service in Mendon. Eventually a greeter at Meijer. I would stop and talk with him every time I saw him there. He would ask how Barb was. As people came in and out he would welcome them or thank them.
    His knees were giving out. He had the elastic knee braces on. He was still there smiling and greeting. He had to wait to have knee replacements. Which he later did.
    He was an honest, hard working and kind man. I am happy that we have been friends all these years.
    Rest In Peace Harold,
    David L Bradford

    • I worked with Harold on third shift for many years. One thing I will miss about him every night when we came in he would always look at me and say there’s rotten Kathy and I would say there’s rotten Herald. He was a good person always always helping someone. I will miss you Harold.

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