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Martin Funeral Home East

1460 George Dieter Drive, El Paso, TX

OBITUARY

Daisy B Roberson

April 25, 1918July 20, 2020

Daisy-Bell was the oldest child of seven, born to Eugene and Carrie Bennett. She went to school in Millen, Georgia. She later met Johnnie Roberson and fell in love. They were wed in holy matrimony in 1937. Soon after, their son, Johnnie Jr., was born. They settled in Detroit, Michigan in 1948. In 2011, following the death of her husband; Daisy-Bell relocated to El Paso, Texas and joined her son, Johnnie Lee. He was her hearts’ desire. In addition to her loving son, she helped raise a special cousin, Joanne, which she considered and loved as her own daughter. Her favorite songs were I’d Rather Have Jesus than Silver and Gold and Amazing Grace. She joined the church as a child and never wavered. She was a devoted daughter, sister, wife, and mother. She will be missed by her nieces, nephews, cousins, and a host of friends and neighbors. She loved children and she loved Jesus. Whenever asked, she made herself available. She always had a smile on her face, she loved hats and when she dressed up heads turned. The Roberson family would like to acknowledge if you sent cards, flowers, or prayers in our time of bereavement. We thank you from the depths of our hearts.

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, July 28, 2020

  • Prayer Service

    Tuesday, July 28, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Memories

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Reggie Green

July 28, 2020

Berlinda B Robinson

July 28, 2020

To Johnnie,Joanne and family. May Jehovah the God of comfort soothe your aching heart and fill your mind with fond memories of Aunt Daisy. Our love and prayers to all. 2 Cor. 1:3&4

Reggie Green

July 28, 2020

Reginald Green

July 27, 2020

All our love. Reggie & Momma

Reginald Green

July 27, 2020

Cousin Daisy, was always there for me as far back as i can rmbr. When she babysat me, she use to bring out these 3 stuffed ducks & boy! did we have a good time. Her old fashioned (stainless steel) ice tray fascinated me with every use. A lifetime, has too many memories to share at once but there is no doubt, Cousin Daisy made a lasting impression. ~Reggie "God-grandson"

Jeannette Gottshall

July 27, 2020

This is for Aunt Daisy. She gave me my first hat when I was 12 and my Grandma's pearls at 15. She was a firecracker of a woman. A loving Mother, wife, Christian woman. She was funny and generous. She lived a long good life. Asleep in death at 102. My "Only Auntie". You are at peace, in Jehovah's memory, we will see you again. Rev. 21; 1-3.
Love you 3x's. Jeannette

Joanne Green smith

July 27, 2020

WE ARE HERE FOR YOU !
Love 💕 Joanne

Berlinda Bennett Robinson

July 25, 2020

Aunt Daisy was unique, her smile and quite wisdom you knew you were loved. My earliest memory of her is when Granda died,she shared stories of growing up on the farm with Granda and the boys(her brothers). She made us all feel better even though she was crying. So instead of mourning I'll remember, because that's what she would do and fry chicken and bake a pound cake. I know she's in Jehovah's memory and she always be in my heart. John 11:25🙏❤

Evelyn Vann

July 25, 2020

Those we love are never forgotten. Praying you'll have the peace of God, the hope of His promises, and comfort in the gift of your memories, now and always. Thinking of you at this time.

Let thy mercy, O Lord, be upon us, according as we hope in thee.
Psalm 33:22

The Vann Family.

Mrs Daisy Roberson, Evelyn and Sandra Vann in photo.

Monicka Robinson- Ali

July 24, 2020

FROM THE FAMILY

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