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Robin Preston Rush, October 4, 1950~August 15, 2015

Rush, Robin PicRobin Preston Rush, 64, of Winslow, died Saturday, August 15, 2015 at his home.  He was born October 4, 1950 in Mobile, AL. to Walter and Myrtle Pennington Rush.

He was the owner/operator of Robin Hood Appropriations.  He was an artist by nature, who enjoyed sculpting and star gazing.  Robin was a loving and proud father, brother and son.

He is survived by two sons, Derek Rush of Winslow and Corbett Davidson of Fayetteville; two daughters, Uli Spradlin of Jonesboro and Raina Rush of Fayetteville; four brothers, Walter, Ricky, Martin and Phillip Rush, all of Mobile, AL.; sister, Vicki Smith of Jackson, AL.; and 7 grandchildren.

Funeral services will be 11:00 A.M Saturday, August 22, 2015 at Beard’s Chapel with

Reverend Jim Huffman officiating.

The family will receive friends from 9:00 A.M. until service-time at the funeral home.

Cremation arrangements by Beard’s Chapel.

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    Ed & Terry Shean » 19. Aug, 2015

    Our thoughts and prayers are always with you. We truly love you from the bottom of our hearts. So very sorry for your loss. If ever in need we are here for you.
    All our love,
    Uncle Eddy and Auntie Terry

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    Bryant(Bubba) & Sandra Reed » 20. Aug, 2015

    We are so very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with the family in this time of grief.

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    Alisa.. aa and Erik Glazier » 22. Aug, 2015

    My son and I met Robin in the 1980′s when the children were young and just starting school. I had met Lori through my late husband, Rich Cornwell, and my son, Erik, from a previous marriage, became best friends with “little” Corbett, who was a little shy, but very independent. We literally lived at the house in Winslow during any time off, and Robin taught the boys about skeet shooting, and told all kinds of stories to keep them captivated. He was one of the most intelligent and generous friends I knew, and even after years of being away, now that I’m back in Fayetteville, Lori and I are seeing more of each other again, and our grown sons remain close friends. I will always remember Robin for his dark eyes and his great laugh. He truly lived life on his own terms. Our sympathy to his family, trusting always in Christ’s love and promise of everlasting life.

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    Alisa Steele and Erik Glazier » 22. Aug, 2015

    My son and I met Robin in the 1980′s when the children were young and just starting school. I had met Lori through my late husband, Rich Cornwell, and my son, Erik, from a previous marriage, became best friends with “little” Corbett, who was a little shy, but very independent. We literally lived at the house in Winslow during any time off, and Robin taught the boys about skeet shooting, and told all kinds of stories to keep them captivated. He was one of the most intelligent and generous friends I knew, and even after years of being away, now that I’m back in Fayetteville, Lori and I are seeing more of each other again, and our grown sons remain close friends. I will always remember Robin for his dark eyes and his great laugh. He truly lived life on his own terms. Our sympathy to his family, trusting always in Christ’s love and promise of everlasting life.

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    Vicki Smith » 25. Aug, 2015

    My thoughts and prayers are with each one of you. I love each of you and if you need us, please call.

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    Jo Ann Kyle » 03. Sep, 2015

    My sincere sympathy to Robin’s family. I didn’t find out about the memorial service until a few days after it had taken place, or I would have attended.