George Robinson

                    October 1, 1924  -  January 20, 2013


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George Robinson was born October 01, 1924 to DeSamuel and Zipporah Robinson in Scott, Arkansas. George departed this life on January 20, 2013 at his residence.

George Robinson accepted Christ at an early age and united with New Eagle Baptist Church in Scott, Arkansas. He married Lillian Brown and to this union, 7 children were born.

George later moved to Okeechobee, Florida and became a faithful member of First Baptist Church where he served as Deacon and Sunday School teacher. George was employed with Hector Feed Mills for 36 years as an over-the-road truck driver. After retiring at age 62, he returned back to Little Rock, Arkansas.

George Robinson was united in holy matrimony on September 02, 1994 to Felisa Ingram Robinson, who stood strongly and faithfully beside him. In October 1995, George joined Rising Sun Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of the late Rev. Armstead Slayton and served as a Deacon under his leadership. He was faithful in his work for the Lord until his health became poor. When you asked George 'how he's doing', his favorite quote was, "I'm living, that's enough for me".



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Born: October 1, 1924

Place of Birth: Scott, Arkansas

Death: January 20, 2013

Place of Death: Residence

Occupation: Truck Driver


A beloved & devoted wife, Felisa S. Robinson; daughters: Deborah (Willie) Milton of Concord, CA; Barbara Robinson, Beverly K. Robinson and step-daughter, Carolyn Young of Little Rock, AR; Sons: Sammie (Lincorya) Robinson & Gregory Robinson of Little Rock, AR; 1 sister, Bobrie Rose Lawson of Nashville, TN and a host of other relatives and family friends


2 sons, 1 great-grandson, 4 sisters, 5 brothers


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