Dove-Witt Family Mortuary

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Virginia L. Robinson

February 16, 1930May 23, 2020

VIRGINIA L. ROBINSON February 16, 1930 - May 23, 2020

Virginia (Gina) Robinson 90, a resident of Colorado Springs, passed away peacefully May 23, 2020 surrounded by family. She was born February 16, 1930 in Ord Nebraska to Percy Bryan and Pearl Norman (Howe).

Grandview Missouri was her home until she moved to Lamoni Iowa and married Rex Robinson. They had three children, David Robinson, Marilyn Robinson Carroll and Beverly Robinson Francis.

Virginia touched many lives in her 90 years of life. She was a wonderful mother, sharing her creativity and excitement for life with her kids and others in Boy Scouts and Skylarks and other church activities. She was employed at Graceland University Food Service where she interacted with the students, making a fun work environment.

In Colorado Springs she worked as a Volunteer Director at Eisenhower Hospital and Health South Rehabilitation. With her upbeat personality and giving nature, she was appreciated by the people she worked with.

Virginia attended Community of Christ church on Palmer Park Boulevard. She loved her church and her church family.

Virginia is survived by her children; David of Lamoni, IA, Marilyn and husband Mike of Colorado Springs, CO, Beverly of Colorado Springs; four grandchildren, Dan Hill and wife Tamala of Pensacola FL, David R.L. Robinson and wife Amy of Greenville IL, Erin Gilmore and husband Jon of Colorado Springs, and Tyler Francis of Colorado Springs; great grandchildren Elizabeth, Colton, Hunter, Levi, Olivia, Jack and two great great grandchildren Cooper and Oliver.

Virginia was preceded in death by her sister Kay Beldin Magruder and her husband Rex L. Robinson.

Due to Covid 19 restrictions, no service is planned. A graveside service will take place in Lamoni Iowa.

Where the charming roses bloom forever And where separation comes no more If we never meet again this side of heaven I will meet you on that beautiful shore


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Virginia L. Robinson

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Cindy Smith Engleman

June 6, 2020

Virgina Robinson had a big influence on me as my Syklark leader and at Gracland. She taught me many things in Skylarks with her knowledge, wonderful personality and beautiful smile. So many great memories. She will always be in my heart.

Dorcas Wilkinson

June 5, 2020

Virginia always greeted the Spectacular staff and campers with a smile and wonderful greeting. That is where I first met her many years ago.
It was a special blessing to see her in the Colorado Springs congregation when Larry and I moved there 13+ years ago. She always was a gift of joy. I know she had difficulty hearing some of the time. And she would wave to the pulpit to remind me to get closer to the mike! Always with a smile!
May your grief and loss be blessed with wonderful memories and stories with the Comforters arms around you. Peace.
Dorcas Wilkinson

Josie Grow

June 4, 2020

Virginia was such a sweet lady, always had a smile and a kind word for everyone. Virginia and I enjoyed discussing blue lake green beans ( they really are the best) and the best apples for homemade applesauce. Rest in peace my friend!❤️🙏

Kathy (Gorden) McElroy

June 1, 2020

“Bev’s Mom” was such a neat lady! I grew up hanging out at her house and also having her as my Skylark leader. So many wonderful memories; hiking through Nine Eagles State Park, learning to fry an egg on a converted coffee tin over a campfire, sleepovers at the big church, and on and on. And she never tired of Bev and I asking her endless questions! I always thought she had such an elegance to her even during the hot summers when she lived on a farm. She was beautiful inside and out and I don’t ever remember her without a huge smile on her face and a mischievous twinkle in her eye. The world lost one of its best but I know she was ready to be reunited with Rex and all her loved ones.

Gene Larche

June 1, 2020

Virginia will forever be remembered with Love from my days in Lamoni.💜

Crystal Yates. (Snethen)

June 1, 2020

I remember Ginny from my earliest childhood. She and my mom were friends and the Robinson family lived a couple of houses away from me when I was growing up. She was a Skylark leader and my memory of her will always be her big smile and laughter. Such a ray of sunshine

Tracy Allgood

June 1, 2020

I loved Virginia very much, I met her through Marilyn, and got the privilege to take care of her for 5 years, our friendship grew and we enjoyed visiting and bird watching. My grandchildren were very fond of her. I will miss her greatly. Tracy Allgood

Kim Harris- ODonnell

June 1, 2020

Virginia was a bright light with a warm tender soul and the sweet sense of humor! I enjoyed spending time with her all the years she volunteered in the Kreative Kinder Preschool program. Thank you for sharing your bright light and love with all! Prayers and blessings to all the family. 🙏❤️

Diana and Bill Roberts

June 1, 2020

We got to know Nin and Rex when they visited the kids. Nin was such a delight! I could have visited with her for hours. We always knew when she called David because he would smile big and say, in a voice reserved only for Nin, hello grandma. She was very loved by David, Amy and their family. She will be missed by many because she touched so many lives with her compassion and love. Our condolences to Big D and the rest of the family. To Nin I would say Bless you! You finally made it home.

Kiona Jenkins

June 1, 2020

I had such a pleasure getting to know Virginia. Her and I became very close as I was her care taker until she got to go home. 🥰😍 i will never forget when I told her I was pregnant she did the highest pitched squeal because she was so happy. And then again after I told her the baby was a boy after FOUR girls! She was so happy! I miss those squeals so much!!