Coy D. Robinson, 89, Noblesville, died Feb. 18 at Harbour Manor Care Center in Noblesville. He was born May 7, 1926 to Willy and Rhoda (Robison) Robinson in Murray, Ark.
Coy was a businessman having owned Robinson Brothers Poultry and Robinson Brothers Philips 66 Service Station in Noblesville, the Big C Restaurant in Arcadia and Willow Lake Fishing Pond in Sheridan. He had also been an independent timber buyer for many years, was a 32 Degree Mason of the Scottish Rite and was a member of the Murat Shriners and Noblesville Jaycees, where he served as president. He loved bowling, fishing and hunting trips, laughing, playing the mandolin and country music.
Coy is survived by his daughter, Donna (Terry) Maddox of Wilder, Ky.; son, David (Hattie Retherford) Robinson of Crown Point, Ind.; three grandchildren, Candice (Laurence) Toepfer of Cedar Lake, Ind., Marcus Robinson of Spencer, Ind. and Mitchell Robinson of Crown Point, Ind.; brother, L.B. (Joyce) Robinson of Argos, Ind.; and many nieces, nephews and friends.
In addition to his parents, his wife of 64 years, Bertha (Fulton) Robinson, four brothers, Raymond, Roy, Homer and Remmel, and a sister, Ruth, preceded Coy in death.