Douglas Mark Robins of Cedar City UT and formally of Roosevelt UT passed away peacefully July 26, 2014 at home after a short battle with cancer. Doug was surrounded by his loving wife and family at his bedside. Doug was born to Mark Robins and Florence Memmott Robins on July 5, 1942 in Scipio, UT. He was the oldest of three children and spent his childhood in Millard County. Doug attended Utah State University before obtaining employment with the Department of Aquiculture Soil Conservation District where he retired in Roosevelt after 34 years. Doug also served his country and retired from the Utah National guard. Doug had 5 children from previous marriages and was blessed with 17 grand kids and 14 great grand kids. He married Lynne Wilkins Rhoades in Roosevelt on July 11, 1992. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Vernal Utah Temple. Lynne has 3 sons, 14 grand kids and 15 great grand kids. Doug was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and loved going to the temple. He loved playing golf and spending as much time as he could with his children, step children and grandchildren in Roosevelt, Cedar City, Scipio Gunnison and Idaho. Doug is survived by his wife Lynne of 22 years. Siblings; Betty (Craig) Bartholomew of Fillmore and Jolene (Scott) Memmott of Spanish Fork. Children; Lori (Gary) Park of Rexburg, Idaho, Kirk (Fawn) Robins of Mud Lake, Idaho, Heidi (Billy Joe) Angell of St. Anthony, Idaho with wife Kaye Sydall Robins, Alysia (Garren) Lund of Gunnison, Lacey Robins of Gunnison with wife Debra Jensen Robins. Step children; Brett (Julie) Robbins of Cedar City, Bart Robbins of Neola and Jerry Clements of Neola. Doug was preceded in death by both parents and one grandchild. The family would like to thank Zion's Way Hospice for their compassionate care. Doug will be dearly missed by all of those who knew him. A Graveside Memorial under the direction of Southern Utah Mortuary (435)586-4040 will be on Monday August 4th, 2014 with internment in the Roosevelt City Cemetery. Online condolences can be sent to www.sumortuary.com.