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Linda Robinson

Richmond, Vermont

February 3, 2017

Linda Robinson Obituary

Linda Robinson


• Richmond


Linda Williams Robinson passed away in her home on February 3rd in Richmond, VT, surrounded by her immediate family, after a 2 year fight with pancreatic cancer. Linda was born on November 29, 1948 in Aberdeen Maryland to her parents, Arthur Williams and Vivian Beastie. She eventually moved in with Joseph and Florence Moore, who she considered her parents. She married the love of her life, Curran "Spike" Robinson on April 15, 1973, and they made their home in Richmond. Linda "Grandma","Mimi" loved singing, quilting, traveling, spending time with her family and taking care of her grandchildren. With her bright, beautiful and warm smile and wonderful hugs, she had the ability to make everyone around her feel special. Linda was a graduate of the Vermont College of Cosmetology and worked as a beautician mostly out of her home. She also enjoyed working as a Special Ed Assistant at Camels Hump Middle School, believing that all children need love, hugs and a helping hand. Linda retired in 2010 and dedicated her remaining time to caring for her grandchildren and volunteering at Replays Resale Shop which supports patient programs and special projects at the University of Vermont Medical Center. She is survived by her forever loving husband Spike and children, Mark (Shelley) Robinson, Mathew (Molly) Robinson and Hila Robinson, sisters, Inez Lumsden and Wanda (David) Brazell, brothers Arnold (Sherry) Williams, Joseph (Lynn) Williams and Arthur Williams, her "Mom" Florence Moore, and 14 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. She is predeceased by her Parents Arthur Williams and Vivian Beastie, her brothers Stewart and Benjamin Williams, her son Vaughn Robinson and her "Dad" Joesph Moore.


A special thanks to Dr. Paul Unger and staff at Champlain Hematology Oncology and the Visiting Nurses Association. In Lieu of Flowers please make donations to Lund Home (www.lundvt.org) or Vermont Right to Life Educational Trust (www.vrlc.net/donate or VRLC, PO Box 1079, Montpelier 05601). Calling hours will be held Thursday, February 9th, 4-7pm at Gifford Funeral Home in Richmond. The Funeral Mass will be held Friday, February 10th, at 11am in Holy Rosary Church, Richmond with a luncheon to follow in the parish hall.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Linda Robinson hosted by LaVigne Funeral Home.

Linda Robinson


• Richmond


Linda Williams Robinson passed away in her home on February 3rd in Richmond, VT, surrounded by her immediate family, after a 2 year fight with pancreatic cancer. Linda was born on November 29, 1948 in Aberdeen Maryland to her parents, Arthur Williams and Vivian Beastie. She eventually moved in with Joseph and Florence Moore, who she considered her parents. She married the love of her life, Curran "Spike" Robinson on April 15, 1973, and they made their home in Richmond. Linda "Grandma","Mimi" loved singing, quilting, traveling, spending time with her family and taking care of her grandchildren. With her bright, beautiful and warm smile and wonderful hugs, she had the ability to make everyone around her feel special. Linda was a graduate of the Vermont College of Cosmetology and worked as a beautician mostly out of her home. She also enjoyed working as a Special Ed Assistant at Camels Hump Middle School, believing that all children need love, hugs and a helping hand. Linda retired in 2010 and dedicated her remaining time to caring for her grandchildren and volunteering at Replays Resale Shop which supports patient programs and special projects at the University of Vermont Medical Center. She is survived by her forever loving husband Spike and children, Mark (Shelley) Robinson, Mathew (Molly) Robinson and Hila Robinson, sisters, Inez Lumsden and Wanda (David) Brazell, brothers Arnold (Sherry) Williams, Joseph (Lynn) Williams and Arthur Williams, her "Mom" Florence Moore, and 14 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. She is predeceased by her Parents Arthur Williams and Vivian Beastie, her brothers Stewart and Benjamin Williams, her son Vaughn Robinson and her "Dad" Joesph Moore.


A special thanks to Dr. Paul Unger and staff at Champlain Hematology Oncology and the Visiting Nurses Association. In Lieu of Flowers please make donations to Lund Home (www.lundvt.org) or Vermont Right to Life Educational Trust (www.vrlc.net/donate or VRLC, PO Box 1079, Montpelier 05601). Calling hours will be held Thursday, February 9th, 4-7pm at Gifford Funeral Home in Richmond. The Funeral Mass will be held Friday, February 10th, at 11am in Holy Rosary Church, Richmond with a luncheon to follow in the parish hall.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Linda Robinson hosted by LaVigne Funeral Home.

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