Condolence & Memory Journal

I have kept Joe in my heart since visiting him on behalf of Warren Wilson College. He has donated faithfully for so many years to see that our students can afford a college education. During my visit, Joe drove me around his neighborhood and beloved Brownstown. He took me to lunch and drove by his church. He is a true gentleman, of the highest order. He is one of the reasons I love my job.

Thank you, Joe, for believing in Warren Wilson College, with your heart as well as your checkbook. And thanks for the hospitality! I will miss you.

Julie

Posted by Julie Lehman - Asheville, NC - Development Officer/Friend   December 13, 2013

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Joe was my hero. He was a mentor to me and a wonderful friend. It was a privilege and an honor to work with him on the two book projects as well as several other stories that were published in The Banner. Joe did for me what he did for many people -- he motivated us (even challenged us!) to go beyond ourselves and be more than we would have been otherwise. His love of life and sense of adventure have inspired me to live bigger. I am thankful for the opportunity to have known Joe. It was one of the greatest joys of my life to know Mr. Joe Robertson.

Posted by Peggy Robison - Friend   May 07, 2013

The Plywood Industry and World had lost an Icon! Our regards to the Robertson Families and Joe's extended families

Posted by Gail & Linda Overgard - Eugene, OR - Friend   May 06, 2013

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Joe, my friend. It was a wonderful journey with so many memories. It is just so sad it has come to an end. You will definitely live on in my heart, good friend. May God bless and keep you forever.

Posted by Ang Schramm - Long time friend   May 05, 2013

Rob,
You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Linda and Rick laCour

Posted by Linda Hobbs laCour - Madison, IN - friend   May 05, 2013

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I have very fond memories of Joe from growing up in Brownstown. He always had a story to tell amd a lesson to teach. Even after years of being away, the last time I returned "home" and attended church, he was there with a welcome embrace and a warm hug. Brownstown has been very blessed to have had this man as a son and he will be missed by many, I am sure.

Posted by Carol Morgan Maxey-Johson - Grove City, OH   May 05, 2013