Lottie B. Robinson

April 18, 1910November 24, 2012

ROBINSON, LOTTIE B.- age 102, of Knoxville, passed away Saturday, November 24, 2012 at Shannondale Health Care. Lottie was a longtime member of Belmont Heights Baptist Church. She was a loving child of God, who maintained her faith in Jesus Christ and her love for her extended family and friends throughout her life. Preceded in death by husband, William Robinson. Lottie is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Joseph H. and Dona Robinson of Ringgold, GA; grandchildren, Jessica (Bryan)Niehaus , Blair (Jaime)Robinson and Dana Miller; great-grandchildren, Gannon and Flynn Niehaus; niece, Toni (Ronald) Watts; great-niece, Joy Chanwick. The family will receive friends 10am-12pm Thursday at Weaver’s Chapel with the service to follow at 12pm. Chaplain Clay Mulford officiating. Following the service, we will proceed to Edgewood Cemetery for the interment. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Belmont Heights Baptist Church, Knoxville. You may sign Lottie’s register online at Arrangements by Weaver Funeral Home.


  • Visitation Thursday, November 29, 2012
  • Funeral Service Thursday, November 29, 2012

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Karen Sumner

August 3, 2013

Lottie was an amazing lady! She and a few others from Belmont Heights helped shape my spiritual life (almost from the time I was born), and I am eternally grateful. She was wonderfully faithful, cheerful, loving, and a great example to all. I, too, loved her contagious smile. Please accept my condolences for your great loss.

Mike Wolfenbarger

December 4, 2012

Joe, so sorry to hear about Lottie, I just now received the word from home.I have very fond memories of her, and I really appreciated it when she came to Denny's funeral...a very great lady.

Jimmy Morton

November 29, 2012

Mrs. Lottie was my"Sunbeam" leader at West View Baptist Church (1944-46)and such a great woman of GOD. She was loved by all who knew her.

Deborah Davis

November 29, 2012

Joe, so sorry for your loss. She was such a wonderful person.

November 28, 2012

Dear Joe, Your mother was such a special lady and such a part of my memories in Knoxville. She was like a sister to my mother and for years was so gracious to place flowers on my grandmother's grave for us. I remember the last time I saw her vividly because she and Mother and I visited your father's grave with some flowers. I know you will miss her. Your are in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Janet Vineyard Bailey

Cathy Dake

November 28, 2012

Joe,your mother was a special lady who always had a big smile to greet you. Her laugh was contagious. I have many fond memories of her and will miss seeing her. You and your family are in my prayers.

Carolyn Courtney

November 28, 2012

To the Robinson Family,
All though I never met or knew Ms. Lottie, I heard her name many times through my mother. My parents (Albert & Ruth Boyd) actully were married along with your parents at the court house. They wittnessed for each other. I think my mom worked with her. Both my parents passed away in 2005. Somewhere in moms old pictures, she has a picture of them together. My mom thought an a lot of her and often spoke about that day.
Carolyn Boyd Courtney

Donna and Jerry Gray

November 28, 2012

Joe, our thoughts, prayers and love are sent to you. We are so glad to have met such a wonderful person. I know you will miss her very much.
Love, Donna and Jerry Gray

The Staff of Weaver Funeral Home

November 28, 2012

With deepest sympathy, you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Carolyn Jo West Harris

November 28, 2012

Joe, Thinking of you and your family. Lottie was always friendly to me when I visited Belmont Heights on special occasions. She always made a point to speak to me. I will be out of town and unable to attend the service.