Robin Anthony
Gist


May 21, 1964 - May 13, 2019

Robin Anthony Gist, age 54, of California, formerly of Killen, passed away May 13, 2019. He was preceded in death by his grandparents; Clinton and Ila Gist, J. Britten, Ruby E. Pettus; and father, W. Bruce Gist.

 

He is survived by his mother, Maudie Pettus Gist, of Killen, and his cat Tony.

He was a graduate of Auburn University and received his masters degree from the University of Alabama, Huntsville. He was a software engineer and had worked in California for the last 21 years.

 

He was taking a two-month visit with his mother in Killen while he prepared for a company that he was setting up in Berlin, where he would be living.

He was an avid ham operator and had gotten his license when he was 12 years old. He also loved drum and bass music and spent a couple of weeks in Prague last year at concerts. No services are planned at this time.

 

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14 Comments on “Robin Anthony Gist”

  1. Maudie , Please accept our deepest sympathies. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Joyce McGee & Amy McGee Rickard.

  2. Maudie, there are no words that I can say to help ease your pain but know we are thinking and praying for you. Just know that God has you in HIS arms loving and giving you comfort. We love you much…..Pam and Jonathan McMullan

  3. Unbelievable. Can’t believe it. I just saw him not long ago at the store where I work. He would always come in all smiles and talking. I am going to miss you.

  4. Maudie I’m so sorry about Robins passing. I love you. Please know you are in my prayers and thoughts.

  5. Maudie, I am so sorry to hear about your son. I just want you to know that I love you and l am Praying for you during this hard time.

  6. Dear Maudie, sending our heartfelt sympathy and love in passing of your precious Son, Robin. Praying for God’s strength and comfort for you. We love you.

  7. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to the Family. Those we love leave us gifts in the form of memories that no one can take away. Precious time spent together that you can still recall. These are the things that you will cherish forever. In the meantime, even though the pain of loss through death seem insurmountable, rest assured that God will give you the strength necessary to endure the difficult months ahead. (Psalm 46:1). Jesus promised us a wonderful resurrection of the dead (John 5:28, 29) to learn more about this promise please visit our website: jw.org and view the comforting video; What is the Condition of the Dead?

  8. Robin and I worked together in the 90s in Atlanta. He was a great friend. My condolences to the family. He will be missed.

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