OBITUARY

Jessica Marie Robinson

August 8, 1985September 30, 2021

Jessica Marie Robinson, 36, passed away on Thursday, September 30, 2021. A private Celebration Of Her Life will be held on Thursday, October 7, 2021. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis TN 38105.

Jessica was born in Monroe, LA to Jewel David and Cynthia (Cindy) Wallace Robinson. She was preceded in death by her paternal grandparents, Gene and Marie Robinson, and maternal grandfather, Lewis Wallace, Jr. She was a 2003 graduate of Mt. De Sales Academy where she lettered in Cross Country and Track. She attended Wesleyan College and was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church. Jessica was employed as a manager with Wild Wing Café. She was an avid runner and enjoyed fishing. Jessica had a big heart and touched so many lives in such a short time. She was a devoted and loving daughter, granddaughter, sister, aunt, niece and cousin.

She is survived by her parents, David and Cindy Robinson of Brunswick; brother, Matthew D. (Kelley Ann) Robinson of Macon; maternal grandmother, Margaret Wallace; niece, Cara; nephew, Jude; aunts and uncles, Paula Wallace, Jane (Luke) Hynum, Mike (Karen) Robinson, Scotty (Marty) Robinson, numerous cousins and her beloved dog, Jazz.

Visit www.snowsmacon.com to express condolences. Snow’s Memorial Chapel, Bass Road has charge of the arrangements.

  • FAMILY

  • She is survived by her parents, David and Cindy Robinson of Brunswick; brother, Matthew D. (Kelley Ann) Robinson of Macon; maternal grandmother, Margaret Wallace; niece, Cara; nephew, Jude; aunts and uncles, Paula Wallace, Jane (Luke) Hynum, Mike (Karen) Robinson, Scotty (Marty) Robinson, numerous cousins and her beloved dog, Jazz.
  • DONATIONS

  • St. Jude Children's Research Hospitial

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Clark Stallings

October 9, 2021

I remember when Jessica joined our sixth grade class at Saint Joseph’s Elementary in Macon. Admittedly, we weren’t anything but classmates through middle and high school, but as I’ve grown older, I’ve realized what a brave person Jessica was. Jessica Robinson embodied resolute honesty. My condolences to her family. She was a trailblazer taken from us far too young. Rest In Peace.

Andrew Liedle

October 5, 2021

Even though as we got older we fell out of touch, every time we'd run into each other it was as if no time had passed. Those few run ins every year always was at the right time. Your smile and hug would bring me up. You were someone who mastered the art of brightening up someone else's dark day. I will always think of you & Matt fondly. You two were a big part of my formative years. I'll miss you and hope to see you again. I'll be keeping you and the Robinson family in my thoughts. Thanks for being my friend Jessica.

Love,

Liedle

Lacey Cruse

October 4, 2021

To the girl, I did not get to meet until my 30s. After the fairytale life, I thought I had was burned into ashes, while I was broken and bruised, managed to make me feel welcome and loved. Meeting her via Ashley Heenan, realizing she was present from the get-go, just so happens our paths did not cross until the time was right. She influenced Ashley at the museum, around 9 years old, and Terence through a bond created by a school that she challenged and ultimately stood her ground against (Mount De Sales). This girl made her way into the Macon history books in her own way, through old-rooted institutions, and despite the turmoil she faced. With the greatest respect and maddest humility, I am so glad I got to have a piece of you, and one of your bear hugs and I got the chance to make you smile when I was unable to smile myself.

Steve Hollis

October 4, 2021

Words truly cannot express the moments of writing this message of this current time.
Jess we were friends instantly, your smile and all those braces we had in our mouths. Being outdifferent or put in bubble different from, what others expected from us or preferred us to be. We knew we couldn't eat certain things from the post office concessions stand. The food derailed our tracks and the wires of the braces would poke fun at our gums!!!

Papa John's in Cancun, your security guard always has been there to protect you.
What chu say, you were the tiniest and I was the biggest unless Matthew McCory wants to argue!!!

Time passes and we forget to tell each and everyone we cross, Love.
We travel many places and see plethora of old and new faces. X
Speaking to treasure a box full of love, is all that is due sternly without a receipt.
Love you Jess, always and forever. 36
Steve Hot x Hollis

ANGELA BROWN

October 4, 2021

The first time I met, Jessica, she was such a sweet and pleasant person. I send my prayers to the family that their hearts will be comforted during this time.

And Jessica, as you look down, know your sweet dog, Jazz is being loved and taken care of; until you and Jazz reunite.

Heaven Berkowitz

October 3, 2021

Jessica met me when I was a young girl
She lived in Wesleyan apts when i was a child.sbe became a good friend to me in childhood as she never bullied me and always looked out for me when people would try and be mea to me i ways did appreciate as a kid.she would play basketball with me and my parents!she was always kind to me.even yars later as an adult.
she is gone way to soon.

Cathy Hayden

October 3, 2021

Cindy, David and Matt,
We are so sorry to hear of Jessica’s passing. We have so many wonderful memories of her while in youth group. We saw here in July when passing through Macon. Know that you are all in our prayers.
God bless,
Dave and Cathy Hayden
Appleton, WI

Sara Keever

October 3, 2021

Your family will always hold a special place in my heart. I have so many memories with Jessica-travelling to Atlanta to see her run in the Peachtree Road Race (that girl could run for days!!), sleepovers, talking all night on the phone, Catholic HEART work camp, and many more. I still have pictures and letters we passed back and forth from middle and high school. You guys introduced me to the Renaissance Fair-I’ll never forget how insane I thought it was that someone as small as Jess could eat an entire, massive turkey leg! I remember when she bought her first car from someone who lived off of Forest Hill Rd. She was SO proud; we rode all around Macon! Even though our lives drifted apart, and I hadn’t seen her since the birth of my first daughter, I have never forgotten the impact of our friendship. I don’t have the right words; I don’t think there are any. I can’t imagine the pain your family is dealing with right now. Please know that she was an awesome person who impacted the lives of so many. She was so loved. I am thinking about you guys and will pray for peace and comfort.

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FROM THE FAMILY