© Wichita Eagle
October 25, 2009
Submitted by: ACL
Robertson, Michael, 56, self-employed mechanic, died October 23, 2009.
Survivors include wife, Lorraine Presley-Robertson; sons, Michael Robertson Jr., of Pittsburg, KS, Aaron (Anita) Robertson of New Mexico, Terry Robertson of Wichita, Chris White of Wichita, Sean Presley of Wichita, and David Presley of Wichita; daughters, Alisha (Rocky) Baldwin of Wichita, Elizabeth Bradley of Ft. Worth, TX, and Lynetter Wilson of Dallas, TX; father, Rayfield Robertson of Checotah, OK; grandmother, Leola Fulsom of Rentiesville, OK; brothers, Stanley Robertson of Wichita, Marvin Robertson of Kansas City, KS, and Brian (Tempie) Robertson of Oklahoma City, OK; sisters, Rayellyn Thompson of Oklahoma City, OK, Johelen Williams of Topeka, and Jocelyn (Carlos) Kenner of Grand Prairie, TX; and many grandchildren.
Services 2 p.m., Friday, October 30, Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church. Interment 12 p.m., Saturday, October 31, Warrior Cemetery, Warrior, OK. Entrusted to Jackson Mortuary.
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