In memory of
Frederick Robinson
In memory of
Frederick Robinson
Frederick Robinson was born on Feb 23,1960 in Sledge, MS to Willie Eva and Johnny Lee Robinson. He was the Oldest Sibling of 8 children. In 2000 Fred Accepted Christ Under Bishop Anthony McMillian and Pastor Kelly McMillian (Wiesbaden, Germany). After graduating High School Frederick joined the U.S. Army and served his country 20 years, after Retiring from the U. S. Army, he began managing a security company in El, Paso Texas and after 3 years he began working for the us government as a military housing officer. in Germany he was then transferred to Tampa, Florida where he was a supervisor for UPS. Fred then moved to St. Louis during the 8 years or his stay he was a tax manager supervisor for the cardinal's baseball stadium security guards. then to fulfill his dreams he relocated to Mississippi where he began working as a school bus driver for Madison County Schools. He then worked the board of elections for Madison County. He also volunteered for the Jackson, MS civil rights museum. He successfully retired at an early age of 58 years old here in Mississippi where he began to fulfill his passion of love as coaching and assisting basketball. He was preceded in death by Willie Eva Robinson (mom) Johnny Lee Robinson (dad) and Tony Robinson (brother). He leaves to cherish his spouse Gail Robinson 1 son Jon Robinson and 2 daughters (Whitney Robinson, Jazmine Boyer) 2 brother Billy (Kimberly) Robinson and Tovah Hagens and 6 sisters Bernice Robinson, Patricia Robinson, Rozeand (Keith)ham, Marshael Robinson, Rose Robinson, Beatrice (James) Brantley an exceptional mother-in-law (Gertie Spencer) a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives and friends. The family would like to express special thanks to VA Hospital and staff. He became a prince hall mason in Georgia on august 24th,1992.
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In memory of
Frederick Robinson
Frederick Robinson was born on Feb 23,1960 in Sledge, MS to Willie Eva and Johnny Lee Robinson. He was the Oldest Sibling of 8 children. In 2000 Fred Accepted Christ Under Bishop Anthony McMillian and Pastor Kelly McMillian (Wiesbaden, Germany). After graduating High School Frederick joined the U.S. Army and served his country 20 years, after Retiring from the U. S. Army, he began managing a security company in El, Paso Texas and after 3 years he began working for the us government as a military housing officer. in Germany he was then transferred to Tampa, Florida where he was a supervisor for UPS. Fred then moved to St. Louis during the 8 years or his stay he was a tax manager supervisor for the cardinal's baseball stadium security guards. then to fulfill his dreams he relocated to Mississippi where he began working as a school bus driver for Madison County Schools. He then worked the board of elections for Madison County. He also volunteered for the Jackson, MS civil rights museum. He successfully retired at an early age of 58 years old here in Mississippi where he began to fulfill his passion of love as coaching and assisting basketball. He was preceded in death by Willie Eva Robinson (mom) Johnny Lee Robinson (dad) and Tony Robinson (brother). He leaves to cherish his spouse Gail Robinson 1 son Jon Robinson and 2 daughters (Whitney Robinson, Jazmine Boyer) 2 brother Billy (Kimberly) Robinson and Tovah Hagens and 6 sisters Bernice Robinson, Patricia Robinson, Rozeand (Keith)ham, Marshael Robinson, Rose Robinson, Beatrice (James) Brantley an exceptional mother-in-law (Gertie Spencer) a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives and friends. The family would like to express special thanks to VA Hospital and staff. He became a prince hall mason in Georgia on august 24th,1992.
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