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Jesse Joe Robinson, of Spring Hill, Kansas, passed from this life peacefully on February 6, 2022, at the age of 68.
Jesse was born on January 29, 1954, to James Joseph Robinson and Sophia Louise Mathison in Mexia, Texas. He grew up in Overland Park, KS.
Jesse married Linda Imhoff on November 24, 1979. They had one daughter, Jamie Pannell (Robinson). Jesse was blessed with a son-in-law Roy and three grandchildren, Roy, Taylor and Kaelyn who he cherished. Jesse loved to spend time tinkering in the shop and working in the garden. He adored his animals and enjoyed sitting under his tree outside.
Jesse worked as the service manager for Bob Sight Ford, Mac Tools and was the proud owner of Midwest Tool Supply. Jesse was an outstanding provider, husband, dad and papa. He formed lifelong friendships through work and his passion for racing. His passion and gifts will be passed down through generations and his legacy will live on through his family and friends.
Jesse courageously battled serious medical conditions for the better part of his life. Despite adversity and pain, he remained strong and determined. His will was steadfast and unrelenting through each obstacle. we will deeply miss his colorful words and strong spirit.
He was just my dad. Stubborn, bullheaded, a mouth full of foul words, extremely passionate and probably the most loving person I’ll ever know. He was trapped a good portion of his life in a body that just wouldn’t cooperate. His determination is something to take a lesson from. Yes, difficult at times, but he survived more than any of us could ever imagine. Up until the very end. I will miss every piece of it. I feel the ache deep inside, the small torture knowing that my first and biggest supporter is no longer here with me anymore. I also feel this small little bit of peace knowing that he is free from pain and suffering. That he is driving again. That dad is walking around using both hands freely and can do everything he wants. All those things that we take for granted daily. Those of you reading this, already know the man I speak of. You probably love him in some way or another.