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Lillie Pearl Robinson

June 26, 1949 ~ December 22, 2021 (age 72)

Obituary

Today we honor the life of Ms. Lillie Pearl Robinson. The world was blessed with her birth on June 26,1949 to Mrs. Corene Robinson and the late Mr. Hardy Robinson. Loved and raised with strong solid Christian values. Lillie loved Jesus and sought to follow his teaching example by being baptized at an early age at Piney Grove Missionary Baptist Church of Baker County. Granddaughter to the late Mr. Eugene Sutton (Doshia) and Mr. Chip Robinson (Lula) and Mrs. Dinah Minatee. Deceased siblings: Albert, Drunell, and Lella Mae.

She leaves to mourn: her mother Mrs. Corene Robinson; brothers: Frank (Dorothy Jean-d.), Eugene (Jacquelyn), Hardy Jr. of Medford, Oregon; sisters: Lorene, Laura (Lindsey) Barnett, and Sandra, all of Atlanta, GA; and one brother-in-law Oscar Williams (Drunell-d.). A host of loved nieces (3), nephews (5), grand and great-grand nieces and nephews, additional relatives.

Everyone who met “Ms. Lillie” received her as a cheerful loving friend. “Live life with a due sense of responsibility, not as those who do not know the meaning of life but as those who do,” Ephesians 5:15. She loved to serve others, finding a calling of 50 years of serving as lead cook to chef at Fountain View Convalescent Center of Atlanta; receiving numerous accolades of appreciation for planning, hosting gatherings, dinners, and parties to ensure everyone’s enjoyment and satisfaction. 

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