Marjorie Robinson

Marjorie Robinson

July 30, 1926 - March 02, 2017

Marjorie Robinson

July 30, 1926 - March 02, 2017


Marjorie Woisard Robinson passed away peacefully on March 2nd 2017 at . Freedom Village in Lake Forest Ca. She was born in Brooklyn N.Y. on July 30th 1926. She was a graduate of Marymount College in Tarrytown, N.Y., and taught school for 20 years before moving to California. She started a second career as legal librarian and volunteered as a Eucharist minister at Mission Viejo Hospital for 18 years. She was preceded in death by her husband, John J. Robinson and is survived by her 6 children, 13 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. Her son Jay (wife) Janice, Robert (wife) Anna, Richard (wife) Susan, James (wife) Toon, and her daughters -Elli (husband) George Keller and Joan Woletsky. Marge was a lovely woman and a wonderful mother.

Services will be held on March 18th 11:00 am at St. Kilian Catholic Church in Mission Viejo, Ca

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8 responses to Marjorie Robinson

  1. Marge and I always had plenty to talk about when we would see each other. She was a “crafter” like I am. She kitted and crocheted for her family members and always had a project in the works. She was blessed with time to finish a baby blanket for her newest granddaughter. She always made blankets for those in need and gave of her talents freely. I will miss her. An angel now, with love… Bucky

  2. martha hund says:

    Marge was a lovely woman and welcomed addition to many Robinson gatherings in Mission Viejo that we were lucky to attend. She could join a conversation with ease and always had something funny, intelligent and worthy to contribute. Her impeccable style, lively spirit and heartwarming presence will be greatly missed. Rest In Peace, Dear Marge. Sending prayers, love, and hugs to the entire Robinson Family. With much love, Martha and John Hund.

  3. Marge was a mother to her children but she was a second mother to many more including me. Bless her and her family. Rest In Peace :pray: Wally and family

  4. Aunt Marge was my Godmother and she always made me feel special. One of my favorite memories is the way she made her children’s friends feel so at home and just like family in their warm loving home.
    When calling the kids to dinner I remember seeing her at the bottom of the stairs in the Ocean Ave. house calling her kids names and at least two or three more who were always welcome at the table.
    She created a beautiful family and will always be remembered for her humor, kindness and generousity and for her children, who learned those lessons well.

    Janie and Dave DeVoldre

  5. No matter what Marge was doing , she would listen and care about what you were saying.
    My visual memory of her will always be on Ocean Ave circling the table and putting the La Seur peas on the plates.
    Much love.
    Sally and Steve Williamson

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