Dallas R. Robison, 70, of Carlisle, Iowa went to be with the Lord on July 9th, 2023, after enjoying a fun-filled day at home with his wife, Cathy, and granddaughter Lilly.\n \nDallas was born on August 10, 1952, to Dean and Wilma Robison and was raised in Prescott, Iowa.\n \nHe worked at a service station in Prescott prior to being drafted into the US Army (1972-74) and being stationed at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas. Upon discharge he moved back to Iowa and worked at Fawn Engineering in Des Moines for eight years, then as a general contractor for three years. In 1985 Dallas found his calling when he became an electrician. He started his own company, Robison Electric, in 1989, where he devoted the rest of his life and career (33 years).\n \nDallas was known for his strong work ethic and his dedication to the electrical craft and his business. He enjoyed a career doing something he truly enjoyed and that provided for his true love of spending time with Cathy and his family and friends. He also spent time pursuing his passions of hunting and camping, as well as traveling to Hawaii and South Carolina to visit with family, he especially enjoyed time with his amazing granddaughters Lilly and Avi. Through the years Dallas was always someone who could always be counted on to lend a hand or provide advice if ever needed. He had a strong love for God and his faith and over the years spent a lot of time with, and volunteering at Lighthouse Community Church.\n \nDallas is survived by and will be missed by his wife of 35 years, Cathy, his brother Danny (Linda) Robison of Cross Plains, Tennessee and sister Sandy Hawk of Chariton, Iowa; children, Missy Kane (Nate Gute) of Norwalk, Chad (Olivia) Hynnek of Ankeny, Melissa (Todd) Fitzgerald-Fee of Kailua, Hawaii, Michelle (Torrance) Jackson of Easley, South Carolina; ten grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.\n \nDallas was preceded in death by his parents, Dean and Wilma Robison and sister Sharon Walter.\n \nIn lieu of flowers donations in Dallas’ honor can be made to: On With Life, 715 SW Ankeny Road, Ankeny, Iowa 50023 (https://www.onwithlife.org/giving-back/donate/).\n \nA church service with military honors will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, July 19th at Lighthouse Community Church, 7705 Indianola Ave, Des Moines, followed by a reception at the church. Dallas’ final resting place will be at the Veterans Cemetery, 34024 Veterans Memorial Dr, in Adel, Iowa. \n\nWe encourage everyone to share their memories of Dallas and upload photos to the memorial page. These shared moments will serve as a beautiful tribute to a life well-lived, as we celebrate and remember our beloved Dallas Robison.