Robert P. Jensen

December 24, 1931 - December 7, 2020
Robert P. Jensen

Robert P. Jensen, 88, of Williamsburg, VA passed away December 7, 2020.

He is preceded in death by his parents Robert and Florence Jensen, sister Doris Turner, and his wife Marolyn Jensen.

Robert an Army veteran served honorably during the Korean war. After being honorably discharged from the Army he would go on to be an Engineer working for the Architect of the Capital.

Robert played high school football and coached little league football. He loved to play and watch golf. Robert served as a town councilman in Herndon, VA as well as a member of the American Legion. He was an avid reader and loved animals. He was devoted family man and loved spending time with his family.

Robert is survived by his daughter Jill Cline (Greg Cline), and Joy Wilson (Tim Wilson). A sister, Caryl Gawne. Grandchildren; Justin Cline (Megan), Kevin Cline (Lee), Carley Wilson, Patrick Wilson, and great-grandchildren; Riley Rose Cline, and Eleanor Wright Cline.

Memorial contributions may be made to The Salvation Army.

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  • December 08, 2020
    Jeb Mann says:
    Mrs. Wilson, My sincere condolences to you and your family. This is a hard, hard time for you but I am sending positive thoughts. Jeb Mann

  • December 08, 2020
    Fran Pones says:
    Bob, you were more like my brother than a brother-in-law. You took me out and showed me how to drive, you showed me how to walk in my first pair of heels (grammar school graduation) and fell down the porch chairs. After I got married, the 4 of us would do a lot of things together. We'd play cards and you would drive me nuts by telling me which cards I still had in my hand. We'd ride the train together to go to work downtown. You were such a cheerful morning person and liked to talk, and I was not a cheerful morning person. You loved to aggravate me. You were a wonderful husband and father. My heart breaks losing both of you this year, but I have such wonderful memories. Take care of my sister. Love you both!

  • December 09, 2020
    Debbi Ross says:
    Uncle Bob - my godfather, was such a wonderful example of how to love your family, and have so much fun doing it. My memories of his fun loving spirit will always be treasured. He will be missed but will always be that treasured memory.

  • December 10, 2020
    Denise Spreen says:
    So many memories! Most vivid ones are your wonderful smile and infectious laugh. Shared memories of our CURSILLO weekends, and God’s love and blessings. Taught me that you don’t pollute a good gin with tonic water,too.