Pine Crest Funeral Home & Pine Crest Cemetery

1939 Dauphin Island Pkwy, Mobile, AL


R.G. "Jerry"" Robinson

October 19, 1925January 30, 2020

OBITUARY FOR RAYMOND G ROBINSON Raymond Gerard (Jerry) Robinson, of Collierville, TN. passed away on January 30, 2020, at the age of 94. He was preceded in death by his wife of 54 years Janella. He is survived by his sons E. Mark Robinson (Diane) of Germantown, TN and Kenneth J. Robinson (Carmen) of Hattiesburg, Ms. His four grandchildren of whom he treasured and adored, Matthew Robinson "Paw Paw's Buddy", "Sweet Caroline" Robinson Martin (Jay), Christina Robinson and Elena Robinson Rodriguze (Jeff) and two great grandchildren James Michael Rodriguze and Eloise Rodriguze. Jerry was born in New Haven, Ct. on October 19, 1925. He received his bachelor's degree from Strayer College in Washington D. C. in 1949. He served as a special agent with the FBI in Springfield IL., Knoxville TN., Chattanooga TN, Philadelphia Pa., and Washington D. C. He retired from the Mobile, AI. FBI field office after 33 years of service in 1978. He held many offices with the FBI Retired .Agents Society including secretary/treasurer. Vice chairman, and chairman of the South Alabama Chapter. He also had been the family assistant representative of the chapter. After retirement, he was employed as chief investigator with Rucker Security from 1979-1986 and with SIoke and Associates from 1981 to 1989.

Visitation will be from 2:00 to 2:45 on Friday February 7, 2020 at Pine Crest Cemetery, followed by a brief service and interment. A reception will follow in the Heritage House at Pine Crest Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Jerry's name to Thrive –Memphis, (A Special Place where those with Special. Needs THRIVE), P. O. Box 171136, Memphis, Tn. 38137.


  • Memorial Visitation Friday, February 7, 2020


R.G. "Jerry"" Robinson

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Nelson Farmer

February 7, 2020

Mark & Family,

The Farmer Family sends its "Deepest Sympathies" on Jerry's passing.

Knowing Mark since college (1973), I was around Jerry and Jenella over those years. Jerry was quite a man of integrity and a "Great" father and grandfather!

I last saw an "Extremely Proud" Jerry on the evening of his granddaughter's (Caroline) wedding. I thoroughly enjoyed the "Smoke Alarm Chirp Dilemma" story and just heard the "Long Green Watch Caper" story from Jerry's FBI days. I will definitely miss those stories as I am sure Mark will miss telling them!

Nelson Farmer