Dill Roberson • October 12, 2021

Dill Roberson, age 84, passed away Tuesday, October 12, 2021, in Pensacola FL. He was born in Pensacola, FL and resided in Molino, FL. He was married to the love of his life Maxine for 62 years. After 35 years of service with Monsanto Chemical Co. as an Instrument Mechanic he retired and spent many years chauffeuring his grandsons, Dillon and Tanner to countless ball practices and school functions. Dill was a kindhearted man who loved spoiling his dogs and granddogs. He was also proud of his service in the United States Marine Corps.
Dill was preceded in death by his grandson, Dillon Roberson; his father, Franklin Pierce Roberson; his mother and stepfather Charlie and Margaret Moye Taylor.
He is survived by his wife Maxine; son, Warren (Renee) Roberson; grandson, Tanner (Katelin) Roberson and many nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be Sunday, October 17, 2021, from 4:00PM-6:00PM. Celebration of life service will be Monday, October 18, 2021, at 10:00AM. Visitation and service will be at Highland Baptist Church, 6240 Hwy 95A North, Molino FL. Pastor Brian Calhoun will be officiating. Interment will be at Highland Baptist Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Tanner Roberson, Roger Brown, Taylor Brown, John Keith, Rocky Steele and Clayton Roberson.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Dillon Roberson Youth Fund at Highland Baptist Church.

  1. Bo Tharpe says:

    A truly dedicated husband, father, grandfather and friend. Christian by faith and demonstrated by his daily actions. Met few strangers, was understanding and comforting to talk to and a friend to all. A true patriot and we thank you for your military service. Dill will be missed by all but will always be in our hearts. Bo Tharpe

  2. Doug Elliott says:

    Our prayers and condolences to Aunt Maxine, Warren, and the entire family. Uncle Dill (as I knew him) was the true Patriarch of the Roberson family from within my part of the extended family. A true southern gentleman and christian role model for how to lead a family while being so kind and giving towards others. Too many wonderful memories to share of the countless fishing trips & camping in the VW Vanagon & the “brown van” all over the southeast and perhaps a few thousand fish fry’s, pool parties, & horseshoes too!
    With all our Love,
    Doug & Dawn Elliott

  3. Melissa MIller Bartlett says:

    You will be greatly missed by every life you touched. You were always so kind . I remember you were always smiling and so sweet to Aunt Maxine. Tell my Grandfather Franklin Pierce Roberson your brother hello from me when you see him in heaven .😇

  4. Margaret says:

    Uncle Dill u will be missed a lot I love u ❤️ u will be up there with mom & uncle Hillary & the rest of the family & have a good old fashioned family reunion I loved coming to ur house & u coming down to talk to mom a lot u was around a lot when mom was sick u was always the strength that held the family together at all our reunions wish I could got to the last ones I love u & miss u alot tell mom I love her & Loren & Rita & my old man Eugene love u 💞😍

  5. Robin Herrington sumpter says:

    My deepest sympathy to the Roberson family, he was a kind and gentle man

  6. Cliff & Jan McCollum says:

    I thought the world of Bro Dill. We worshipped together at Highland. I feel certain he was received into the presence of Christ.

  7. Shirley Hales says:

    So sorry to hear of Dills passing, I was in the same class as Dill, we graduated from Tate High School, also know Maxine. He and I worked in same department for a while at Monsanto. He was a kind and soft spoken man. Maxine, I’m so sorry, I lost my husband in March 23, 2021. May God Bless and Keep You and Family in His Care.

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