Robert Lawernce Abercrombie

Robert Abercrombie

IRRIGON?— Robert Lawrence Abercrombie, 37, died Wednesday, March 9, 2011, at his home in Irrigon. A memorial service will be held later in May at Mount Emily. Disposition was by cremation.

Mr. Abercrombie was born April 13, 1973, in Toppenish, Wash., to Jerry Ashby and Carol Abercrombie. He was raised in the Yakima valley, and above all else devoted to his wife, daughter and family. He was the co-founder of Phazes of the Moon and was a ordained minister. He had lived in Irrigon for the past four years.

Mr. Abercrombie is survived by his wife, Heidi Abercrombie of Irrigon; daughter Jasmine Abercrombie of Irrigon; brothers Bobby Gatlin, Jerry Ashby, John Gonzales and Bradley McCord; sister Emelia Gonzales; and several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his mother, his father, grandparents, his brother, aunts, uncles and an unborn son.

Memorials may be made to Jasmine Abercrombie c/o Heidi Abercrombie P.O. Box 14 Irrigon, OR 97844. Please sign the condolence book at Burns Mortuary of Hermiston is in care of arrangements,

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