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Ethel Marie Robinette

Ethel Marie Robinette

May 18, 1937 - Feb 21, 2021
N. Chesterfield, VA

Ethel Marie Robinette

May 18, 1937 - Feb 21, 2021
N. Chesterfield, VA

Obituary

Robinette, Ethel Marie (Brown),born May 18,1937,went home to the Lord on Feb. 21,2021.Preceeded in death by her parents Harold F. Brown and Ethel Marie(Walters) Brown, brothers Harold Jr and Clement Earl and her beloved husband Harry T. Robinette Sr. She is survived by two children Ethel Rebecca (Becky) Wright and Harry Jr, grandchildren Sheila, Robert Jr and Wesly, great grandchildren Robyn, Lily, Gavin and Amber., nieces, nephews and friends. Ethel volunteered many years at J.G.Henning Elementary School library. She was a talented musician who could play any tune by ear on piano or organ. She was an accomplished artist who drew hundreds of portraits. She was a legendary poet who composed hundreds of poems for gift cards, special events and everyday life. Ethel led a humble life with her priorities being wife, mother and grandmother and friend.  Services will be private.

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3 responses to Ethel Marie Robinette

  1. John Hinant says:

    So very sorry to hear of her passing. Condolences and prayers for the family members and her friends.

  2. Sally Jones says:

    So sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed the times she came to Relief Society. May our Heavenly Father bless you and your family with peace and comfort in the coming days. With love to you, Sally Jones.

  3. Ethel was a delightful person to have known. I first met her when she started attending Southside Church of the Nazarene with Jean Camden. She was a great conversationalist and friendly to everyone. She often brought little gifts for my grandchildren to church and even gifted me with poems written just for our family or shared the latest one she’d written for her gang of girlfriends who met monthly. She loved people and people loved her. I’m looking forward to reconnecting with her someday in heaven. I pray that her daughter and son and grandchildren are comforted by the fact that Ethel loved Jesus and lives forever with Him.

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