OBITUARY

Eleanor J. Robinson

November 3, 1939April 14, 2012

ROBINSON, Eleanor “Ellie”, lost her battle with cancer and went to Heaven on April 14, 2012, surrounded by her family. She was born and raised in Tallassee, Alabama, and has lived in Montgomery since 1958. She is survived by her husband of 54 years, Larry; daughters, Amy Ronan (John) of Montgomery, and Annabeth Robinson, of Nashville, TN; granddaughter, Amy Katherine Ronan, of Auburn, AL; grandsons, Wheeler Ronan, Clay Ronan, and Ethan Ronan; a sister, Linda Brennon (Jim), of Gallatin, TN; lifelong friends, Judy Haynie Mason, Nita Pemberton Hicks, and Jean Twilley Chancellor. Mrs. Robinson trained as an X-ray technologist at St. Margaret’s Hospital where she worked for 30 years. She served as Director of Radiology for many years. Later, she worked as Jackson Imaging for 20 years. She was a faithful member at Eastern Hills Baptist Church since January 1961. She loved her children and grandchildren very much and loved to travel, especially to the beach. A Private Graveside for family members will be held on Tuesday, April 17, at 10 AM, at Alabama Heritage Cemetery, followed by her Memorial Service at 2 PM, at Eastern Hills Baptist Church, with Rev. Rick Marshall officiating. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials may be made to Eastern Hills Baptist Church or the American Cancer Society. A Special thanks to Amedisys Hospice of Montgomery for their loving care of Mrs. Robinson. Condolences may be offered at www.alabamaheritagefh.com. Alabama Heritage Directing.

Services

  • Memorial Service Tuesday, April 17, 2012
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Eleanor J. Robinson

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Ann Curb Maines

April 21, 2012

Dear Robinson family,
I have many fond memories of having lunch at St. Margaret's with Mrs. Robinson, Jean Twilley, and many other wonderful people when I would visit my mom. You are in my thoughts and prayers and I pray that you will be at peace. God bless.

April 17, 2012

Larry, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time. I know Eleanor is now at rest with our Heavenly Father. We all look forward to that time of peace and rest. God bless you and your family.
Betty Hatchett Cauthen(Charlotte, NC)

JUDY HAYNIE MASON

April 17, 2012

MY LOVE FOR ELLIE LASTED 67 YEARS. THE MEMORIES WE SHARED WILL STAY WITH ME FOREVER. HAVING HER IN MY LIFE MADE ME A BETTER PERSON BECAUSE SHE WAS AN AMAZING PERSON AND FRIEND. MY PRAYERS AND LOVE ARE WITH EACH AND EVERYONE OF YOU.

Jennifer Ott

April 17, 2012

Larry and family, My heart and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
I will always cherish and take the many lessons that Eleanor taught me through the years at St Margaret's.Jennifer Dennis Ott

Peggy Fontana

April 17, 2012

Linda and Jim and family, we are so sorry and know that you will miss your sister terribly. We will keep all of you in our "Lutheran" prayers, may God grant you peace. Love and Blessings, Don and Peggy Fontana

Karen&Steve Kuryla

April 17, 2012

Linda,Jim, & Robinson family,
Our prayers are with you. Our deepest sympathy.

Karen &Steve Kuryla

April 17, 2012

Linda, Jim & Robinson family,
Our deepest sympathy to you all. Our prayers are with you.
Karen & Steve Kuryla

Eleanor Robinson

April 17, 2012

Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult time. I will miss seeing and talking with her at the yard sales. Your friends, Jimmy and Marlene Dillon

April 17, 2012

I would like to start with my sincere sympathy to Larry...my heart goes out to You, Annanbeth, Amy & Linda & Ellie's grandchildren. She loved and cherished each moment she had with all of You. Ellie was like a Mother to me, since my Mother passed in '08. She was a wonderful co-worker and close friend.
She was responsible for our being at the church she loved and was so dear to her, Eastern Hills. She loved her Sunday School Class. She always made us feel welcomed and loved at her home or at church. Ellie was our example at work in teaching us patient care and hard work...from the St. Margarets days until her retirement a few years ago from Jackson Imaging. We thank you for all of it. We will miss you and as
I told Ellie she will always be my "Steel Magnolia." What a wonderful Southern lady !!! Her motto: Love, Laugh and Live. Love you Ellie, Kim & Don Cluck

Cheryl and David Jarrell

April 16, 2012

She was a very patient wife,to put up with Larry's car trading impulses! They
were such a good pair;much like a picture we have in our minds of spouses actually being best friends.We feel quite fortunate to have known her,one
about whom we can say that she truly enriched our lives.Larry and family
are in our prayers.