Hope coordinated "farmer's market on wheels" with her station wagon delivering produce to families in town.
In addition to farming, Stanley became employed by Farm Bureau and a series of promotions from 1967 through the early 1980s meant several moves.
Upon his discharge, they began their life living on the Tryon farm.
With the help of her husband and children, the family raised a large fruit and vegetable garden.
Her grandparents, Benjamin and Lila (Abbott) Robins, were the first couple to be issued a marriage license in Sheridan County.
On Friday, April 7, 2017, in Bozeman, Montana, Hope joined her departed loved ones. She was born without in-door plumbing; a well just outside the kitchen door served up water for cooking.
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This home features F/A gas heat, a single attached garage, and storage space in the attic. Tenant responsible for all utilities and lawn maintenance.When Hope found that out, she grabbed Stanley’s hand and said, “Well if you won’t let anyone dance with me, then you are going to dance with me!” Hope graduated from Rushville High School in 1934 and was living with her parents, helping with the household and her siblings.(See above for specific property pet policy) For more information and applicant screening criteria please visit http Service: July 03, 2017 AM Location: Dokken-Nelson Sunset Chapel Graveside Service: July 03, 2017 Following the Service Location: Sunset Hills Cemetery Nearly 100 years ago, born to one of the early pioneer families of Sheridan County, Nebraska, Hope Lucille Robins arrived June 22, 1917, in a small sod and log house.