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James S. Robertson
(March 31, 1930 - April 7, 2019)

Funeral services for Mr. James S. Robertson of Winona will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10, at Moore Memorial United
Methodist Church in Winona, with Rev. Jim Garner and Rev John Kramer officiating.  Burial will follow in the Harmonia Methodist Church
Cemetery near Sallis.  Visitation will be Wednesday, from 11:00 a.m. until service time, at Moore Memorial United Methodist Church.

Mr. Robertson, 89, died at his residence on Sunday, April 7.  He was born in Attala County on March 31, 1930, and was the son of the late
John S. Robertson and the late Lovie Burrell Robertson.  He was the retired owner of Robertson Farm Equipment and 5R Farms in Winona
and a member of Moore Memorial United Methodist Church.  His loves in life were his family, his church, working, hunting (particularly coon
hunting), and fishing.  Mr. Robertson was one of the few remaining members of the 1948 Sallis Wildcat Class B State Champion football
team.  In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Anna Lou Dear Robertson; and his sister, Bernice Robertson McNeil.

Mr. Robertson is survived by his four sons, Ronald Robertson, Don Robertson, Bill Robertson, and Steven "Tiger" Robertson, all of Winona;
a sister, Virginia Robertson Manning of Conway, Arkansas; nine grandchildren; and thirteen great-grandchildren.

Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of the donor's choice or to the Harmonia Congregational Methodist Church Cemetery Fund,
P. O. Box 272, Sallis, MS 39160


Visitation
Wednesday, April 10              11 am - 1 pm
Moore Memorial United Methodist Church
Winona

Service
Wednesday, April 10                            1 pm
Moore Memorial United Methodist Church
Winona

Interment
Harmonia Methodist Church Cemetery
near Sallis
Charles and Joan Dent

We are sorry for your loss of Mr. James your family are in our thoughts and prayers. May God give you peace and
comfort at this time of your loss. Love Charles and Joan Dent Old Town, Fl.



Danny and Bonnie Patterson

So sorry to hear about Mr. James Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.



vickye caldwell

Bill and Pam. My prayers are with you during this time. We were heartbroken to hear of this Sunday morning. The
entire congregation moaned at the announcement. People cried in service. He was a good man as Anna Lou was a
good woman we all loved. He was firm in his beliefs! We will all miss him as we do your mom. Love you both. I am
flying tomorrow to Texas and will s ee u in a week. Sorry I cant be there to celebrate his wonderful blessed life!!
Vickye



Joseph Richardson



Doyle Varner

Sending my sincere condolences to the Robertson family at this loss



Ben & Linda Tharp

Joel, Susan, Ronald, and all your family, We send our sympathy and wanted you to know we are praying for all of you
during this sad time.



Kelly Rodgers

Sorry about Mr. Robertson my prayers are with the family.



Thresea Wright

My heart is sad to learn of James's death. James and my mom are first cousins. I remember seeing him several times
growing up in Mississippi. Two memories that stand out is later in life. After my grandpa's death, my children and I
stopped at his cotton gin. He told my children all about growing cotton and gave us some cotton bowls and seed. I
think I still have some and that was back in the 80s. Then another time when he was traveling through South Dakota
where I live, He and Anna Lou stopped for just a very short time to visit us. Since I don't get many visits from my
southern family, this was precious gift. My prayers are with the family.
JAMES S.
ROBERTSON
March 31, 1930
April 7, 2019