Obituary: Mary E Robinson {Mickey}

Mary was born at Ingalls Memorial hosp. in Harvey IL. on April 20, 1930. She died Tuesday.

Larson-Nelson Funeral Home provided the following obituary:

Mary went home to be with the Lord who she loved so much on October 9, 2012.

Very beloved daughter of the late James and Ruth Robinson,

And late sister of Ruth {Bobbie}Whitmer.

Mary was born at Ingalls Memorial hosp. in Harvey IL. on April 20th 1930

She had many memories of living in Chicago, Springfield, Michigan and then Venice Fla.

Mary loved living in Venice by the beaches and near all her loving friends especially the gals known as the “six pack”.

Mary moved to Yorkville 10 yrs ago to be with her loving cousin Larry and Terri Jennings and family.

This is where she made many new friends that she loved deeply.

She always prayed, for her family and friends.

Mary was an avid reader and had a true love for animals, especially her favorite the tall giraffe.   She enjoyed visits from all her friends and the many pets that came to visit. She would never forget to send cards for birthdays, holidays, and words of encouragement.

Thank you, to all the wonderful staff that helped care for Mary at Hillside care center. A big thank you to: Fox Valley Therapy Dog club and her dear Friends of the Yorkville Library. And to those who brought her a hamburger or her favorite Diet Coke ect.

Memorial service will be held at St Patrick’s Catholic Church, 406 Walnut Street in Yorkville, IL  on October 20, 2012 at 10:00 am with Father Michael Callea, M.I.C. presiding.

Entombment will follow in the Skyway Memorial Gardens in Palmetto, FL.

Arrangements by Nelson Funeral Homes & Crematory, www.NelsonFuneralHomes.com or (630) 553-7611.


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