Elizabeth Robbins

Elizabeth A. Robbins

Tuesday, August 3rd, 1965 - Friday, August 28th, 2020
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Elizabeth "Beth" Ann Robbins, 55, of Battle Creek, passed away Friday, August 28, 2020. Beth was born August 3, 1965 to Charles and Nancy (Wood) Cole. Beth married the love of her life, Micheal (Mike) Robbins, on May 21, 1982. They spent a good portion of their married life in Union City raising three children; Jim, Jeremy, and Jami. Beth worked until 2010 when she became a homemaker. She loved nothing more than being with family, especially being a grandmother to her three granddaughters: Avarie, Eliza, and Baylee. Beth loved reading and visiting the local library, spending time outside, and trying new recipes for her family. She also loved watching travel and paranormal shows on TV and playing POGO games for fun. Beth had a smile that lit up the room and she was so loved by those that knew her.

She is survived by her husband, Mike; children, Jimmy (Virginia) Robbins, Jeremy (Emily) Robbins, and Jami Robbins; grandchildren, Avarie, Eliza, and Baylee, and brothers; Randy Cole and Dan (Jamie) Cole.She was preceded in death by her parents and brother, Chuck Cole.

In accordance with the family’s wishes, cremation has taken place. There will be no services held, but the family asks that you remember the special memories you had with Beth, and pay it forward in her honor.
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Caitlin & Mark

Posted at 12:40pm
You were a beautiful soul who was taken too soon and I know you are missed by your family beyond words. Rest in peace.
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Jim Robbins

Posted at 06:32pm
I love and miss you so much mom. I am so thankful that you were my mom.

Jeremy Galvin

Posted at 03:13pm
Beth was an amazing mother and a genuine caring individual.
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Barbara Wallen

Posted at 09:48am
I have fond memories of my childhood with Beth. Beth was my very first best friend. We met on the first day of kindergarten at Sherwood elementary. I remember spending the night with her. It was the first time I was allowed to spend the night with someone I wasn't related to. So it was a big deal. Her mom was the sweetest thing to me. I remember her dad telling her brothers to quit bugging us. So I think it was a big deal to them too. She has always held a special place in my heart and always will. I was blessed to have reconnected on Facebook & enjoyed catching up on our lives. She will continue to be the angel that she was on this earth in heaven & my heart breaks for her family. RIP my friend we will meet again at heavens gate.💖🙏

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