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John Carr Robinson
Date of Death: March 6, 2011
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John C. Robinson John Carr “Johnny” Robinson, 76, of Clear Brook, VA, died Sunday, March 6, 2011 at his residence. Mr. Robinson was born in 1934, in White Hall, VA, the son of the late Curtis G. and Esther Robinson. He was semi-retired, having worked as a farm laborer for Cline’s Farm in Clear Brook …
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Gregory & Cammy left a message on January 30, 2013:
We want all of the family to know that we are thinking of you and sending many ((HUGS)) and Prayers your way. Uncle Johnny will be greatly missed by all who knew him. We wish we could be there with all of you, during this very sad time. Love, Greg and Cammy
Stacey left a message on January 30, 2013:
Johnny was a wonderfully kind and giving man. He helped me in so many ways when I was his neighbor in Brucetown never once asking for anything in return. He always had a ready smile and a bag of veggies from his garden in the summer waiting for me by the kitchen door. In the fall when he butchered hogs he often had a fresh pork sandwich ready for me when I finished working with the horses he allowed me to keep in his barn. I will always remember that Johnny gave me my very first chickens from his own stock and that he and his wonderful wife always made me feel welcome when I visited their home. His kindnesses were many and will always be appreciated. Johnny Robinson is loved and will be missed in the Brucetown community & beyond. Thoughts and prayers to his family...
Gregory & Cammy Welch left a message on March 7, 2011:
In honor of John Carr Robinson, Gregory & Cammy Welch lit a candle.
Gregory & Cammy Welch left a message on March 7, 2011:
We want all of the family to know that we are thinking of you and sending many ((HUGS)) and Prayers your way. Uncle Johnny will be greatly missed by all who knew him. We wish we could be there with all of you, during this very sad time. Love, Greg and Cammy
Stacey Conrad left a message on March 11, 2011:
Johnny was a wonderfully kind and giving man. He helped me in so many ways when I was his neighbor in Brucetown never once asking for anything in return. He always had a ready smile and a bag of veggies from his garden in the summer waiting for me by the kitchen door. In the fall when he butchered hogs he often had a fresh pork sandwich ready for me when I finished working with the horses he allowed me to keep in his barn. I will always remember that Johnny gave me my very first chickens from his own stock and that he and his wonderful wife always made me feel welcome when I visited their home. His kindnesses were many and will always be appreciated. Johnny Robinson is loved and will be missed in the Brucetown community & beyond. Thoughts and prayers to his family...
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Gregory & Cammy Welch left a message on March 7, 2011:
In honor of John Carr Robinson, Gregory & Cammy Welch lit a candle.
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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