March 12, 1921 - July 27, 2018
REFLECTION OF LIFE. Amy Robinson, affectionately known as "Auntie" to some and "Mother Robinson" to others, entered into eternal rest on July 26, 2018. Amy was born in Bamberg, South Carolina, on March 12, 1921, to the late Essie Wright and Haston Reed. Amy left Bamberg S.C. and relocated to Brooklyn, New York, whee she resided until her mother became ill. In 1970, Amy moved to Washington, D.C. to care for her sick mother. Amy loved the Lord and accepted Him as her personal savior very early in life. Amy was baptized in Jesus name and received the Holy Ghost. She fellowshipped under the late Bishop William I. Bonner, while residing in New York. Once she came to Washington, D. C. she attended Mt. Olivet Baptist Church. Amy later left Mt. Olivet and joined Bible Way Church under the leadership of the late Bishop Smallwood E. Williams. After Amy learned that Bishop Bonner was building Refuge Temple in Washington, D. C., you know what she did?!: She left Bible Way and joined Refuge Temple. Amy Robinson (Mother Robinson) was a faithful and dedicated member of the Greater Refuge Temple Church under the leadership of Bishop W. Michael Fields. Amy loved her family. She was the matriarch of the family. She witnessed to her family about the Lord. She encouraged all her family to accept the Lord as their personal Savior; whether one would want to hear about the Lord or not. Amy was NEVER ashamed of the Lord. She wanted her family to get right with the Lord. Amy loved family gatherings, cross word puzzles, watching Judge Judy, singing, eating good food and her "love," praising the Lord. She also loved her church family at Greater Refuge Temple. Amy was on the Mother's Board and a Prayer Warrior. Amy Robinson leaves to cherish her loving memories: four nieces, Dorothy Harris, Vera Adams, Helen McCants and Charlene Allen, five great nieces Wanda Harris (caregiver), Vandora Dodd, Ceorgette Johnson (Charlie) also caregivers, Towanna McCants, and Jamillia Washington, two great nephews John McCants and Arthur Stroman and a host of great-great nieces and nephews, church family, family, and friends. "I will bless the Lord at all times; His praise shall continually be in my mouth. Psalm 34.:1 (KJV)"
REFLECTION OF LIFE. Amy Robinson, affectionately known as "Auntie" to some and "Mother Robinson" to others, entered into eternal rest on July 26, 2018. Amy was born in Bamberg, South Carolina, on March 12, 1921, to the late Essie Wright... View Obituary & Service Information
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