Funeral services for Annie Faye Robinson were held on Saturday, July 20, 2019 at 11 a.m. at the Jewett Civic Center. Dr. Howard E. Anderson and Pastor Devoda Robinson officiated.
Ms. Robinson passed away on Tuesday, July 9, 2019, at Medical City in Dallas.
Annie Faye Robinson was born on December 22, 1942, in Frost, Texas to the union of Noel Robinson and Mable Robinson. She was the oldest of six children. Ms. Robinson accepted Christ into her life as a young girl at St. John Baptist Church, Jewett, under the Leadership of the late Rev. J.C. Cooper where she served as a Choir Member. “Ma”, as her daughter always lovingly referenced her, attended George Washington Carver High School and graduated in the class of 1961. She was later blessed with a bundle of joy, Jackie. Years later she relocated to the big city of Houston. After having several jobs, she became employed by Southeast Memorial Hospital for over 20 years, then later retired. In the late 1980’s she desired to relocate back to Leon County where she lived a full, fearless life HER WAY. Jackie says “She was the BEST single mom ever. I’m still amazed of all she did, with the help of the Good Lord of course. I admire and adore her so much!”
Here To Cherish her memories are he daughter, Jackie Jo (Kenneth) of Kennedale; Love of her life 35+ years, Dennis Smith (PawPaw); her mother, Mable Robinson of Teague; three beautiful granddaughters, Jessica Works (Coley) Atlanta,GA, Kennethia Jones of Kennedale, and Devyn Parks of Durham, North Carolina; two sisters, Winnie Simpson of Woodway and Ollie Robinson of Dallas; one brother, Marvin Thompson (Dean) of Teague; and a lovely rainbow of neices, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, as well as the great-greats; and loving, kind friends from Texas to Georgia.
Ms. Robinson was preceded in death by her father, Noel Robinson; one brother, Oscar; one nephew, Tony; and dear sister, Ruby.
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