1914 4th Street. Marysville, WA 98270

Loyd Robertson September 4, 1968 - March 14, 2024

Loyd Alan Robertson 55, of Marysville WA passed away on March 14, 2024, from health issues.
Alan was born on September 4, 1968 to Loyd and Donna Robertson of Snohomish. Alans parents owed Thriftway TV and Communications in Snohomish, they had a great business and Alan was always at the store helping in some way. They sold the first microwave ovens in Washington. Their family was very active in the community and boating. Everyone in town knew Alan and Scott. They were good kids having great time in town.
After Alan graduated from Everett High School in 1987. He later attended Skagit Community College where he started a career in Welding and Weld Gas’s. He was very articulate and helped many people improve their welding and part of his passion was teaching kids at the community college to understand welding.
In 1989 he and Candi met and in 1990 they married and went on to have 1 baby girl, Tosha Robertson. In 2021 Alan and Linetta Baca met and life for them became fun to share their interest of boating,
motorcycle riding, camping and being happy together. Linetta brought Alan much love and he knew he was with the person he would spend the rest of his life with.
Alan was proceeded by his Mother, Donna (Reinhodt) Robertson. Father, Loyd Dean Robertson. Sister, Linda Peroceschi, Brother Rick Zerr and Brother Dennis Zerr.
He is survived by; wife Linetta (Baca) Robertson, brother Michael and sister in law, Gail Robertson, brother Scott and sister in law, Kori Robertson &; daughter Tosha Shepherd.
Employed at Central Welding and Supply for the last 26 years. His family at Central Welding has been an amazing company of love and support for Alan. They became his second family and friends. They were a very positive place for him to work and grow his profession.


  1. Darryl Main says

    Alan you helped the students and the Stanwood welding program over the past 26 years in so many aspects from advice, judging contests, helping students in the welding trade, to always being there to help us become the program it is today. You played an important role in my students experiences and mine. I will always remember what you have done for me and our program. Your legacy will live on forever. You are greatly missed my friend.

  2. walter steagall says

    Alan .
    you are a stand up guy, you helped anyone who needed your expertise.
    you believe in the old school of taking care of the problems as quick as we can , i also spent time away from work when playing music you was a welcome friend , fan .
    in so many words Alan you will be heavily missed by me and hand fulls of many fans of you .
    may you be at peace my friend and thank you for many years of knowing you .may we all learn a little something from you to better our day and to better our customers in the right way SERVICE . you Rock.
    and god bless to all family members may you we all find and remember the good things and find peace .
    you will be missed
    Walter [ gator ]

  3. Tim VanHollebeke says

    Alan was the best friend I had at Central Welding Supply. We went camping and fishing together outside of work. Always gave good advise and brought levity when appropriate even sometimes when not. You’ll be missed my friend.

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