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Doris Huff Robinson

Doris Huff Robinson passed away on April 23, 2020, in Farmersville, Texas, with her family by her side. 
A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, June 5, at the First Baptist Church, in  Morton, with Reverend Russ Coffman officiating.
Doris was born April 18, 1932, to Perry Lafayette and Lillian Martha Fort in Plainview.
She grew up in Bailey County where she met and married Homer Orvis “Bud” Huff,  Jr. in 1947. Together they had six children. 
After being widowed in 2000, Doris married Jack Robinson.
She spent most of her life on the family’s farm in Bailey County, raising her family. 
She was never happier than when she had a houseful of children and grandchildren; she taught them how  to pray, that food was homemade with love, play comes from your imagination, and no matter  your circumstances, you can see beauty in the world around you.
Throughout her life she always  reached out to others and shared her love for God. 
She loved playing the piano, singing and whistling  the old hymns. Her sweet spirit impacted the lives of many.
Doris was proceeded in death by her parents; her first husband, Homer Orvis Huff,  Jr. (2000); second husband, Jack Robinson (2009); son, Steven Victor Huff; three brothers: GB Fort,  Garland Fort and Carroll Fort; four sisters: Elnita Fort Key, Bonnie Fort Long, Martha Fort Meek and Marie Fort Adams; and two grandchildren.
Survivors include one daughter, Geneva and husband, Garland Henexson of Princeton, Texas; four sons: Chester Huff  of Lamesa, Paul Huff and wife, Renay, of Lubbock,  Jason Huff and wife, Debi, of Little Elm, Texas; and Marcus Huff and wife, Jodi, of Alvarado,  Texas; 14 grandchildren; 12 great- grandchildren and seven great-great-grandchildren.
The family requests memorials be sent to The Lottie Moon Christmas Offering, for  International Missions at www.imb.org/give-now/. 
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