Willie Mae Robinson Obituary

Willie Mae Robinson

<p>Mrs. Willie Mae Robinson was born on February 15, 1935, to the late Rosie Coleman and Willie Savage.</p> <p>On Monday, October 26th, 2020 at Prattville Baptist Hospital she took her final rest and received well deserved, &quot;Peace&quot;.</p> <p>Will confessed her belief in Jesus and became a member of Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Harris she also still served under Rev. Willie Marvin and Rev. and Rev. Robert King, Jr.&nbsp; She proudly filled the role of First Lady to the love of her life Rev. Robert L. Robinson, she served in all the churches where he was elected as pastor.</p> <p>September 1999, Cornerstone Christian Ministry was started by Rev. Robert L. Robinson and First Lady Willie Mae Robinson.&nbsp; Rev. Edward Chappell is currently the pastor of Cornerstone Christian Ministry.&nbsp; Sister Robinson reunited with Cornerstone Christian Ministry where she was a faithful member, Sunday school teacher and musician.&nbsp; During the month of March 2020, Covid-19 pandemic virus forced the church doors to close, but still she would sing so beautifully using her strong soprano voice, in addition to playing the piano using her abundance gift of musical wisdom that she was blessed with.</p> <p>She was very talented, a seamstress, a good cook, a flower designer, in fact she was was a go-getter.&nbsp; She enjoyed working in her flower beds, shopping, listening to gospel music, watching television, and talking with family and friends, often it would be difficult during a conversation to get a word in while talking with &quot;Will&quot;, &quot;Mother Dear&quot;, &quot;Nana&quot; or &quot;Aunt Willie Mae&quot;.</p> <p>Will was preceded in death by one daughter, Marilyn Clay, two sisters, Rosemary Williams and Chappell, three brothers, Willie Savage, Earl Coleman and Robert Coleman and a beautiful granddaughter, Trelisa Nicole Clay.</p> <p>Precious memories will be forever cherished in the hearts of those who loved her; her husband, Rev. Dr. Robert L. Robinson; son, Charles Everett Clay; daughters, Karen Diane (Curtis) Golson, Teresa (Christopher, deceased) Burt; and Veronica (David) Willis; three sisters; Gertude Franklin, Mary Savage, and Evelyn Coleman; grandchildren, Sacha (Minister Cornelius) Smith, Kevin Burt, Carlos Perez Thomas, Charles Everett Clay II, Jeremy (Audreyunia) Taylor, Roderick Minger; great-grandchildren; Nicholas (Sierra) Brown, Patrell Smith, Devin Burt, Gabrielle Brown, Jevon Thomas, Antinique Clay, Everette Clay, Malik Smith, Jashanti Hall, Zavion Smith, Pearson Burt and Teller Taylor, Carlisa Thomas and Carmalea Price; great-greatgrandchildren; Zaniyah Frazier, Elijah Mitchell, Novah Smith and Jaiden Price; a numerous amount of nieces and nephews; sisters-in-law; Hattie Hardy, Eller Savage, Dalphine Coleman, Kathleen Jordan and Beatrice Robinson; extended brother; Larry Lewis, sisters; Viola Lewis and Doris Goodson; a special cousin; Janie Bailey; other cousins, a dear friend Debra Townsend and many other friends, including an extended loyal friend of the family; Latricia Gardner and Cornerstone Christian Ministry Church Family</p>
February 15, 1935 - October 26, 202002/15/193510/26/2020
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Vonzetta Austin
October 30, 2020
I remember when I was a little girl, Mrs Robinson would come by my home to pick up my sister for choir practice..I would always cry because my Mom said I was too little to go.. but Mrs Robinson would always tell my Mom that it was okay for me to go with them... I remembe... Continue Reading