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Robert T. Page, Sr.August 6, 1970 ~ September 26, 2017 (age 47)
Robert T. Page Sr. 47, of Kalamazoo, MI crossed the finish line of this life and transitioned from earthly labor to his heavenly reward on September 26th, 2017. His Life celebration service will take place Friday October 6th, 12pm at St. Matthews Baptist Church with calling hours from 11am until time of service. Roberts earthly bed of rest will be at Crystal Springs Cemetery.
It was a great day on August 6, 1970 in the busy city of Saint Joseph Michigan that Robert E. & Bertha M. Page were blessed with a screaming bouncing baby, after much thought and consideration, they decided to name him Robert Theodore Page.
Robert graduated from Benton Harbor High School in Benton Harbor, MI in June of 1989 he soon after went on to serve our great country in the military he joined the United States Navy serving in the Desert Shield and Desert Storm Offensive from August 2, 1990, to July 31, 1991.
Not only did Robert enjoy his hobbies which consisted of fishing on his bass boat and working on his computer, he also took a very active role in helping to raise his three children with his common law wife Sharon Gibbs he also played a big role in being and Uncle/Dad with help raising his sister Rhonda Page; son Ryan Page; but also her two adopted children Donquell Johnson; and Carla Johnson; with the impute of their natural mother Denise Johnson; all of Kalamazoo, MI.
On September 26th, 2017 Robert T. Page Sr, crossed the finish-line of this life and transitioned from his earthly labor to his heavenly reward. He was greeted at the Golden Gates of heaven by his beautiful mother Bertha both Maternal and Paternal grandparents and his nephew Alan C. Page.
He leaves to cherish precious memories his common law wife Sharon S. Gibbs and three children Ta’ron R. Page; Robert T. Page Jr and Neveah C. Gibbs; all of Benton Harbor, MI, two brothers and two sisters Anthony E Page of Columbus OH, Gerald T Page of Cincinnati, OH, Rhonda Page and Annette M. Page of Kalamazoo, MI; his step mother Mary Ann Anderson of Benton Harbor MI and was also survived by five step brothers Kevin Phillips, Marvin Phillips, and Ronald Phillips, all of Benton Harbor, MI Steven Phillips of Buchanan, MI and Tony Phillips of Indianapolis, IN; he also was survived by three uncles and four aunts, and a host of other extended relatives and friends.