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Judy Ray Robinson

Funeral service for Mrs. Judy Ray Robinson will be 2:00 P.M. Saturday, October 17, 2020, at Hillcrest Baptist Church in Lebanon, Tennessee, with Bro. David Rhodes and Bro. Jon Ferguson officiating.  Interment 2:00 P.M. Sunday at Shaw Cemetery in Shaw, Mississippi.  Grandchildren will serve as pallbearers.  Visitation Saturday 12:00-2:00 P.M. at Hillcrest Baptist Church.

Mrs. Robinson, age 76 of Hartsville passed away Thursday, October 15, 2020, at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville.

Born December 30, 1943, in New Albany, Mississippi, she is the daughter of the late John William Ray and Helen Caroline Taylor Ray.  She was a labor and delivery Registered and PICC nurse for fifty four years, retiring from Sumner Regional Medical Center in Gallatin.  She was a member of Hillcrest Baptist Church.

She is survived by her husband of over fifty four years, Don Robinson; three children: Steve (Janet) Robinson; Michael (Michelle) Robinson; and Kamie (Wade) Muirhead; and ten grandchildren: Presley (Mason) Taylor, Jantzen, Dillon, Makayla, Rebecca, and Andrew Robinson, Rance, Taylor, Carley and Luke Muirhead.

Family request memorials to Vanderbilt Pediatrics, St. Jude Children’s Hospital, or to Hillcrest Baptist Church.

LIGON & BOBO FUNERAL HOME of Lebanon, TN  (615) 444-2142   www.ligonbobo.com

Messages for the Family

  1. Misty Cael-Blake says:
    She was one of the sweetest ladies I have ever known. Spunky, fun, and a delight to be around and work with. She was always ready to extend a hand, give a hug, or encouragement wherever needed. Shewill be greatly missed! Prayers for the family.
  2. Linda & Larry Ogle says:
    Judy brightened up a room when she walked into it. She always looked so pretty & made you happy when you talked to her. She will be missed by so many. Sending prayers, comfort & strength to Bro. Don & all her family.
    • Brigitte Hankins says:
      Ms. Judy was a bright light and will be missed. She was always smiling and super friendly. Prayers for Mr. Don and the entire family.
  3. Glenda Matlock says:
    This breaks my heart Judy was the sweetest person and one of the best nurses I have ever known. I so enjoyed working with her at SRMC we bonded right away both bring Mississippi girls. One of a kind. Prayers for her family. Love you Judy
  4. Jean Edwards says:
    What a precious lady, Judy was. It’s hard to realize such a lively, beautiful person was so suddenly taken from us. Our comfort is that she is gazing in the face of Jesus, and we will be too, one day. Loved her dearly!
  5. Barbara massey says:
    Sweetest lady I have ever know! If you had children in Greenville, Ms, you knew Judy Robinson,, your labor and delivery nurse! Special, special lady with a huge heart!!
  6. Christina Perez says:
    Judy was the perfect example of a true Southern lady, She was always kind, polite and made you feel loved. You knew she loved her children and grandchildren so much because they were always on her mind. She will be greatly missed.
  7. Gerry and Kristi Mead says:
    I am so sorry for your loss. Many thoughts and prayers for all of you to have comfort in God’s love and Grace.
  8. Betty Leftrick says:
    Paul & I offer our sincere sympathy to Don and all the family. We loved Judy and that sweet smile. She will surely be missed by everyone who knew her. Our thoughts an prayers are with you all. God bless you. Paul & Betty Leftrick
  9. Kathy Jones says:
    My deepest sympathy extended to Don and children and grandchildren of Mrs. Judy. She was such a sweet person and a delight to work with at Sumner Regional. I am so very sorry to hear of her passing. She will definitely be missed.
  10. Becky Martino says:
    Judy’s smile lit up any room she entered. She was always generous in sharing her knowledge and expertise. She made everyone feel special. Loved working with her.
  11. Bobby and Ruth Edmiston says:
    Much love to Don and family in the loss of Judy. She was such a fun, sweet lady. I know her family will miss her so much. Prayers for all.