A Celebration of Life for Mrs. Eva M. Robinson, 68 of Town Creek, Alabama will be noon, Monday at Macedonia C.P. Church in America with Dr. Gloria Lynne Herring officiating. The body will lie in repose one hour prior to funeral with Reynolds Funeral Home directing.
Eva Mae Williams Robinson was born on February 19, 1950, to the late George Williams and the late Jearline Garth Williams. She departed this life on Wednesday, July 18, 2018, at the Falkville Nursing Home.
She accepted Christ at an early age. Eva Mae attended Lakeside High School graduating in the Class of 1968.
She was married to the late Curtis Robinson for 25 years and to this union five children were born.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; two brothers, Willie Lee Williams and George Williams, II.
Eva Mae leaves to cherish her precious memory: three daughters, Saratogia Jones (devoted son-in-law, Kevin Jones), Town Creek, AL, Tonia Robinson McCord (Rogerick) and Tara Robinson White (Brandon) both of Decatur; two sons, Sontana Robinson (Zitetrieas), Munzel Robinson (Tammy Cole) of Decatur; two sisters, Wanda Douglas of Huntsville, AL and Hazel Williams of Pittsburgh, PA; two brothers, Robert Williams (Sue) of Decatur, and Earl Williams of Cleveland, OH; two sisters-in-law, Linda Stewart (Micheal) of Decatur and Donna Williams of Harvest, AL; seventeen grandchildren; three devoted grandchildren, Eden Jones of Town Creek, AL, Nakeisha Robinson of Decatur and Erskin Robinson of Florence, AL, Tiera Robinson, Lavell Dent, Kenneth Morrow,, Carlos Emerson, Diamond Robinson, Santana Robinson, Quinisha Carter, Milaya Orr, Curtis Robinson, Taliyah Robinson, Karon Robinson all of Decatur, Richard Green, III, Raleigh Green and Madison Sanderson of Town Creek, AL; five great grandchildren, Demarcus Orr, Arianna Rogers, Traveon Dent, Triston Horton, Malayia Dent all of Decatur; one aunt, Delsie Williams of Decatur, AL; two nieces, Nakia Anderson and Coretta Carroll; two nephews, Terry Sykes and Jordan Williams; a special devoted caregiver, Ms. Lula McQueen; a host of other family and friends.
Honorary Pallbearers will be the Lakeside High School Class of 1968 and Active Pallbearers will be Grandsons and Nephews. Honorary Flower Attendants will be the Lakeside High School Class of 1968 and Active Flower Bearers will be Granddaughters and Nieces.