Robert James Brisbin

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Robert James Brisbin

Robert James Brisbin died peacefully on Jan. 20. He was born June 21, 1943 in South Gate, in Los Angeles, CA. He was married on Jan. 15, 1966 to Laura E. Walling in South Gate, CA. They moved to Superior in 1973, moved to Kearny in 1991 and moved to Mesa in 2010.

He worked at Asarco Hayden Smelter and was Union President. He volunteered as officer with the Pinal County Sheriff Department. He was involved with the Church of Latter Day Saints in Superior. He enjoyed being outdoors with family, helping the local communities improve, and traveling. He was active with the Ray Winkelman Masonic Lodge #24, Order of the Eastern Star Ray Chapter #41, Order of the Amaranth, Baa Hanii Court # 9 in Mesa, Arizona and East Mesa York Rite. He was also involved with many more masonic bodies. He always enjoyed telling stories of his experiences to others , and, helping others.

Robert Brisbin is survived by his children: James A. and Robert G; and, sibling, Georgia Fields.

A memorial service will be held at 318 Fairhaven Rd in Kearny at the Ray Winkelman Masonic Lodge at 1 pm on Feb. 8. All are welcome to attend.

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