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Shirley Robinson

May 20, 2018

 

Shirley “Faye” Robinson

Joy was brought in the life of Mrs. Estella Robinson on June 20, 1956 in Marion, Alabama.  Shirley Robinson the last of eight children was  affectionately know as “Faye” was the apple of Mr. Oscar Ford, Sr. and Estella Robinson eye.

There are so many ways to describe Faye’s personality: Ms. Popularity,  Social Butterfly, generous, kind, loving and mean at times: Faye never met a stranger.

She had the gifts of using her hands and brains that you would think she invented the typewriter. Nearly every Church in Perry County and Abroad their Programs had Faye’s expertise and designs stamped all over them.

As the computer later came in existence it too was no match for Faye’s hands and brains.

Faye had a strong spiritual background spiritual growth was nurtured early from her childhood.  Faye grew up in St. James Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Claude Wilson, Rev. David Gay and Rev. Marius     Beckham and remain faithful until her health failed.

Faye was educated in the Perry County School System and graduated from East Perry High School in 1977 and matriculated to Alabama State        University. Faye started her career in the Perry County School System as Personal Secretary to the Superintendent Earnest L. Palmer and had the awesome priviledge to continue her work at the Central Office under  Superintendent Willie F. Carr, Johnny McCalpine and retired under John Heard.  Faye   retired from the school system after 39 years in June of 2017.

Faye didn’t have any children of her own but she was a mother figure to three children she helped reared as her own. Kori  Hogue, Carleta Hogue and Kanijah Dunnican was the heart and Soul of her life, and a God sister Emma Jean Johnson.

Around 1:20 A.M. on May 20th one month before her 62nd birthday at DCH Hospital in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. God lovingly touched Faye and took her “ Home to Eternal Rest” after a long bout of illness. “She is now safe in his arms”!!!

Faye was preceded in death by her mother Estella Robinson in October of 2017 and her father Mr. Oscar Ford many years ago; one sister, Viola   Robinson; three brothers Robinson Hogue, M.C and Willie C.

Faye leaves her legacy of Love to her loving siblings to Celebrate and  Cherish her memories: Emma (Lloyd, Sr.) Peterson, Anne Robinson, Harry (Debra) Robinson, Fred Robinson, Fannie Ford and Geraldine Wallace.  Her children she helped rear as her own Kori Hogue, Carleta Hogue and Kanijah Dunnican and a host of aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces , cousins and numerous friends. Special Cousin Gaynell Hughes, special friends Suzie Terry,  Clementine Moseley, Sherman Norfleet and GeraldineShirley “Faye” Robinson

Joy was brought in the life of Mrs. Estella Robinson on June 20, 1956 in Marion, Alabama.  Shirley Robinson the last of eight children was          affectionately know as “Faye” was the apple of Mr. Oscar Ford, Sr. and Estella Robinson eye.

There are so many ways to describe Faye’s personality: Ms. Popularity,  Social Butterfly, generous, kind, loving and mean at times: Faye never met a stranger.

She had the gifts of using her hands and brains that you would think she invented the typewriter. Nearly every Church in Perry County and Abroad their Programs had Faye’s expertise and designs stamped all over them.

As the computer later came in existence it too was no match for Faye’s hands and brains.

Faye had a strong spiritual background spiritual growth was nurtured early from her childhood.  Faye grew up in St. James Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Claude Wilson, Rev. David Gay and Rev. Marius     Beckham and remain faithful until her health failed.

Faye was educated in the Perry County School System and graduated from East Perry High School in 1977 and matriculated to Alabama State        University. Faye started her career in the Perry County School System as Personal Secretary to the Superintendent Earnest L. Palmer and had the awesome priviledge to continue her work at the Central Office under      Superintendent Willie F. Carr, Johnny McCalpine and retired under John Heard.  Faye   retired from the school system after 39 years in June of 2017.

Faye didn’t have any children of her own but she was a mother figure to three children she helped reared as her own. Kori  Hogue, Carleta Hogue and Kanijah Dunnican was the heart and Soul of her life, and a God sister Emma Jean Johnson.

Around 1:20 A.M. on May 20th one month before her 62nd birthday at DCH Hospital in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. God lovingly touched Faye and took her “ Home to Eternal Rest” after a long bout of illness. “She is now safe in his arms”!!!

Faye was preceded in death by her mother Estella Robinson in October of 2017 and her father Mr. Oscar Ford many years ago; one sister, Viola   Robinson; three brothers Robinson Hogue, M.C and Willie C.

Faye leaves her legacy of Love to her loving siblings to Celebrate and  Cherish her memories: Emma (Lloyd, Sr.) Peterson, Anne Robinson, Harry (Debra) Robinson, Fred Robinson, Fannie Ford and Geraldine Wallace.  Her children she helped rear as her own Kori Hogue, Carleta Hogue and Kanijah Dunnican and a host of aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces , cousins and numerous friends. Special Cousin Gaynell Hughes, special friends Suzie Terry,  Clementine Moseley, Sherman Norfleet and Geraldine

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