John Easton Robson III, age 69, of Waconia, MN, passed unexpectedly at his home, on Saturday, January 21, 2023. A celebration of life service will be held on Saturday, February 4, 2023, at 1 pm, with a time of gathering one hour prior, both at Freshwater Church, 138 West First Street, Waconia. Pastor John Braland will preside.
John was born July 2, 1953 to John Easton Robson II and Lois Marlene (Towne) Robson in Pipestone, MN. John graduated from Blue Earth High School in 1971. He attended Moorhead State University graduating with a degree in Business. He started his career working for Campus Crusade for Christ in Pasadena, CA for about 2 years. He moved back to Minnesota and held a variety of jobs ending his career at Super Value Corporation in the Information & Technology Department. He married Cheryl (Tunell) Robson on July 19, 1986 and raised a daughter, Marina.
John had a lifelong passion for everything car related. After retirement, he started a part time “dream job” driving cars for the Ford dealership. His prized possession was his motorcycle. He loved going on motorcycle rides with his church group. His faith was very important to him. One of the many things he appreciated about Freshwater Church was the mission trips he was able to participate in.
John was preceded in death by his father & mother. He is survived by his wife, Cheryl; daughter, Marina; sister, Bobbi (Jim) Moen; brother, Steve (James DeBrito) Robson; and brother-in-law, Larry (Sandy) Tunell.
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Heidi Feltman firstname.lastname@example.org
I am so sorry for your loss. John was a good person and a great coworker at Supervalue.
John is one of the most caring person I’ve come across in a very long time ..
I was oppourtun to meet him once and without knowing me he helped me at that time I was stranded but john like an angel sent from above came to my rescue .
It is a great lost to loose you ,you will be missed by all..
John you will be missed. We had a lot of good laughs working together at Supervalu. Your in heaven now John no more worries.
I am so sorry to hear of your loss, Cheryl and Marina. John was such a nice man, and you made a wonderful couple. You were great neighbors to have, and God brought us together to be friends. Miss you Cheryl!
Carol & Nicky Matysik
Nicky & I are sorry for your loss Cheryl, Marina and family. We will miss him in our neighborhood. Let us know if you need anything.
Nicky & Carol Matysik