November 24, 1947April 4, 2019

Sarah Ann Robinson, of Little Rock, Arkansas, passed away on April 4, 2019. She was born on November 24, 1947 in Warren, Arkansas. She was a graduate of Horrace Mann High School class of 1965. She continued her education and went onto obtain her LPN degree. She loyally worked and later retired from the VA Fort Roots in 2010. Sarah had a flair for fashion, loved life, and was always on the go. She enjoyed spending her free time in her garden, at the casino, and chatting on the phone with her many friends. Her wittiness, laughter, and smile will be missed by so many. Sarah is preceded in death by her husband, John Robinson, and her son, Phillip Birts Jr. She leaves behind her daughter, Stephanine Birts (Ashley Gentry); son, Jordan Robinson; granddaughter, Candace Birts; and grandsons, Brisan and Kaysan Gentry. She also leaves behind an extensive list of relatives and loved ones. In lieu of flowers, to respect Sarah’s wishes, monetary donations will be accepted for her grandchildren. Burial will be in the Arkansas State Veterans Cemetery.


  • Cedrick R. Cobbs
  • Patrick E. Robinson
  • Martini Robinson
  • Marchelio Robinson
  • Montreal Hunt
  • Dewquan Johns


  • Funeral Service Friday, April 12, 2019
  • Burial Friday, April 12, 2019


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Kim Govan

April 12, 2019

I'll always remember Sarah's smile every time i saw her. My prayers of comfort are with you all. Love you! Cousin Kim

Faye Watkins

April 12, 2019

Our condolence to Sarah Robinson family. I will be keeping you in my prayers. We saw Sarah about two weeks before her death. We were laughing and talking along with Sarah and Glentree at one of our spots. I am going to miss her .Sarah was a good person.

Sabrina Robinson

April 10, 2019

Aunt Sarah was the funniest, uncut person I've ever known. She always kept me laughing and blushing at the same time, always honest and to the point. I will always cherish our late night rides with the crew down the road with so much laughter that we were all crying by the time we made it to our destination. You will be forever missed and always loved by me and my family. Praying that we all will eventually accept this loss of such an amazing person. Til we meet again.

Telisha Cobbs

April 9, 2019

Wouldn’t be right if I didn’t write about my aunnie... The most motivating person you could ever meet. My aunt Sarah. I’m going to miss all the conversations we had. I’m going to miss you call me so beautiful and so smart. Always telling me to strive in life. This is heart breaking, but I can bet you, your in heaven chilling. I love u auntie and I’m going to miss you.

Wanda Cox

April 8, 2019

I remember meeting my mom's first cousin Sarah at our uncle Delano induction years ago. When I met her it was like I knew her for years. She was a kind loving and generous person. She was working at the time as a nurse at the veterans hospital and we began to keep in touch, she would send us pecans that we would enjoy in our baking goods and just to eat. I am so sorry that I never got the opportunity to come and visit Arkansas at the time that she could take us to the Tomato Festival! She love the Lord so I know she's okay. She had a heart of gold and really loved her family and always tried to be there for them. Stephanie and Jordan, carry on her Legacy as she would want you to know that she is okay and she is not suffering. You had a wonderful mother and it was a pleasure in my life to know her for the short time I did. Love you all and may you be comforted at this time.
Wanda Cox, Maxine Price's daughter