Robin Sara Buck, 54 year old resident of Vici, Oklahoma parted from her earthly home on April 3, 2015. Robin was born to Clifford and Imogene Beasley on May 14, 1960 in Oceanside, California. Following her Mother's death, Robin moved to Gainesville, Georgia where she was blessed with two loving foster parents, Bethel and Ruth Midgett. Although they were not her biological parents, they welcomed her into their family as though she were their own. Robin affectionately referred to them as "Mama and Daddy". Robin gained two sisters of the heart when she went to live with her new family, Carol and Tina. Robin attended Tadmore Elementary and East Hall High School in Gainesville, Georgia where she was active in cheerleading, choir, and was one of the top students in her large graduating class. Robin moved to Oklahoma, then met and married the love of her life, J.C. Buck. The two of them were wed March 31, 1982 in Amarillo, Texas with J.C.'s cousin Creola Nebhut, her husband Frank, and their daughter Sue by their side. J.C. and Robin were married for 33 years. To this union, they were blessed with three children. Annie Ruth, Amie Rebeka, and Matt Dillon. Robin had worked in the past at Bud's Grocery in Vici, Oklahoma, the Vici Nursing Home in Housekeeping and Dietary, and served on the Dewey County Election Board, but she considered being a wife and a Mother as her full time job. In her spare time, Robin enjoyed music, art, sewing, gardening, planting flowers, and working in the yard, but most of all, spending time with her Grandchildren- as they brought so much joy to her life. She would always jump at the opportunity to babysit and loved attending her Grandchildrens' sporting events. Robin greatly enjoyed life on the farm and ranch. She loved animals and working with baby calves and horses. She shared a special bond with the family farm dog, a red heeler named "Red". Some of Robin's fondest memories were made on trips with her Family during Vacation. Robin loved spending time in the mountains of Colorado. As she would say, "spending time in the mountains made her feel the closest to God." She especially enjoyed her trips to visit her Southern roots in Georgia to spend time with her dear sisters, Sheila and Joy, her Mama and Daddy and her other sisters Carol and Tina, as well as many childhood friends and extended Family. Robin was baptized at an early age. She considered her relationship with God to be very important. For many years, Robin attended the First Christian Church in Vici, Oklahoma where she acted as song leader, participated in the choir, was a nursery attendant, helped with the rummage sale, worked with the youth group, and was a member of the Ladies Missionary Society. Later on, Robin joined the United Methodist Church in Vici, Oklahoma where she was a member of the United Methodist Women. Robin was preceded in death by her parents, Clifford and Imogene Beasley, and one Sister Joy Dubois. Left to keep her memory alive are her husband J.C. of the home; three children Annie R. Towns of Alva, OK, Amie Hager and husband Cody of Vici, OK, and Matt Buck of Vici; her "Mama and Daddy" Bethel and Ruth Midgett of Gainesville, GA; three sisters Sheila Robertson and husband Donald of Gainesville, GA, Carol Pierson of Carrollton, GA, and Tina Cheek and husband Doug of Homer, GA; a brother-in-law John DuBois of Demorest, GA; one special sister-in-law Jarita Cardwell and husband Rick of Ft. Gibson, OK; eight Grandchildren Pamela Jade Hager, Hunter Newly Hager, Dakota Lawson Hager, Wyatt James Hager, Sara Mae Clow, Kane Nathaniel Towns, Remington Andrew Towns, and Rachel Cassandra Towns; two special nieces Alisha Tanksley and husband Brent of Ft. Gibson, OK, and Andrea Reich of Warner, OK; two special nephews, Timmy Robertson of Gainesville, GA, and Toby DuBois of Demorest, GA; other nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles, extended family, and a host of wonderful friends and church Family. Funeral services were held at 1:30 PM on Wednesday, April 8 2015 at the United Methodist Church in Vici. Interment will follow at Sunnyside Cemetery in Vici. Condolences may be made to the family & Memorial Tribute viewed at shawfuneralhome.net. Shaw Funeral Home of Vici.
Published on  April 10, 2015