Angela Faith Robinson

Angela Faith Robinson

March 24, 1975 - April 11, 2023

Angela Faith Robinson

March 24, 1975 - April 11, 2023


Robinson, Angela Faith (Pugh), of Fredericksburg, passed away Tuesday, April 11, 2023.  She is survived by her husband, Shane Robinson, sons, Jake and Max Sklute, and stepdaughters, Alexis and Kristen Robinson.  Also, her parents, Frank and Brenda Pugh, and her brother, Dr. Frank Pugh, Jr. of Chesterfield, VA.

Angie attended Gill Grove Christian Academy and graduated from Richmond Christian School in 1993.  She graduated from Liberty University School of Nursing where she earned her bachelor’s and master’s degree and was currently working on her PHD.

Angela worked as a labor and delivery nurse for over 20 years and was currently employed as the school nurse at James Monroe High School in Fredericksburg, VA.  She loved the staff and kids there and reached out and helped many students.  Angie never met a stranger.  She loved helping people.  Her smile was contagious.  She will be greatly missed by family and many friends.

Her service will be a private family service on April 24, 2023.  In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to The Marshall School; a school for children with learning disabilities.  5707 Salem Run Blvd., Fredericksburg, VA 22407.

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The Marshall School

  • Address: 5707 Salem Run Boulevard, Fredericksburg, Virginia 22407 - (Get Directions)
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  • Phone Number: (540) 412-0992
  • Description: The Mission of the Thurgood Marshall School and Leadership Academy is to integrate cognitive, academic, social, and behavioral strategies into a comprehensive program designed to educate the whole child, empowering them with the skills and confidence necessary for success in education, careers, and life.

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8 responses to Angela Faith Robinson

  1. Karen Dann says:

    I was so sorry to hear about Angie, but I know she’s safe in Heaven with Jesus. She was a childhood friend and one of those friends you could see after a long time, & you could talk to her like only a day had passed. She will be greatly missed. Much love to her family.

  2. I’m so sorry to hear about Angie. I worked with her at Spotsy and Stafford. She always had a smile for everyone. She loved her boys and talked about them always. She will be missed

  3. So very sorry to hear about Angie. She was there for and with my family so much so that we have and will never forget her. The Lassiter family will miss her.

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