Jerri Lynn Nobles Robinson passed away peacefully on March 1, 2023 surrounded by her family in Comanche, Texas. She was 57 years old.
Jerri Lynn was born June 23, 1965 in Fort Worth to Jerrell and Linda Nobles. She graduated from Western Hills High School in 1983 and during her younger years, she loved playing soccer, even being offered a scholarship to play in college.
She was a devoted and caring mother to her two sons, Blake Munroe and Garrett Robinson and a very proud and loving nana to her three grandsons; Colt, Tate, and Kai Munroe. Any chance she had, she spent the days following them around to their sporting events, taking them fishing, and sharing her passion of the Texas Longhorns with them and taking them to many UT games.
Jerri Lynn had many different careers during her life. She had a successful sales career with The Ox where she made many friends and enjoyed cutting up with all the new music talent that rolled through the town. She helped write many songs with Amos and loved being outdoors at the ranch in Godley with Cheney working on fencing, driving the tractor, and spending time with her many animals, including her pet pigs Pickles and Wilbur and her sidekick, Sister (the dog).
Jerri Lynn is survived by her two sons, Blake Munroe and daughter-in-law Krista, son Garrett Robinson, her three grandsons: Colt, Tate, and Kai Munroe, her mother, Linda Bolton and Linda’s husband, Darrell Bolton, her sister, Michelle Humphrey’s, brother-in-law Richard Humphrey’s, nephew Ryan, her uncle Larry Don Nobless, and dear friend, Steve Cheney.
She was proceeded in death by her father, Jerrell Nobles, and her grandmother, Mary Lou Brock.
In lieu of flowers, we ask that donations be made to Cook Children’s Medical Center in honor of Kai Munroe.