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Tom & Jean Robertson
Tom & Jean
Robertson
715.277.2587
tomrob@fortwilderness.com

Tom: Ambassador

Tom and Jean were married and joined missionary staff in 1972. In fact, Tom has called Fort home since he was 6 years old. As you’d imagine, they have both worn many different staff hats over the years. One of their favorite things as they mark a half-century on staff is all the wonderful people they have met and friendships they have developed over the years.  

Fast Facts

 They love hearing past campers and staff tell of the impact Fort has had in their lives and in the lives of their children.

Fort Firsts 

The Robertson family experienced the adventure of Black River Harbor, each in their time. For Tom, while in high school. For Jean, in 1971 and for the rest if the family when they began to camp together.

 

What passage of scripture is meaningful to your family? Isaiah 26:3 

What is your favorite Fort memory? Christmas time in 1977…the Fort Staff was very small. We decided to go caroling so we all got in the sleigh and went to houses not far from Adventure Outpost. The snow was falling, and the atmosphere was festive. It was the best time ever – I would even say it was magical. 

If you could have any superpower, what would it be and why? Jean: I would want to be Wonder Woman. She has tons of energy and makes everything look easy.  

Sending Church: The Robertsons are sent missionaries from Open Door in Wyoming, Michigan and Calvary Baptist Church in Rhinelander. They have been connected since they started on staff at Fort. 

Sending Church: The Robertsons are sent missionaries from Open Door in Wyoming, Michigan and Calvary Baptist Church in Rhinelander. They have been connected to both since they started on staff at Fort.