Sharon G Robinson
December 26, 1944 – May 22, 2018
Springfield, IL-Sharon G. Robinson, 73, of Springfield, passed away at 1:20 pm Tuesday, May 22, 2018, at Memorial Medical Center in Springfield. She was born in Versailles, IL December 26, 1944, the daughter of Taylor and Erma (Hill) Campbell. She married James “Jim” Robinson, in Springfield, in 1962 and he survives. Sharon is also survived by her two daughters; Carol Robinson or Canyon City, CO, and Janie (Richard) Seebold of Springfield, her brother, Terry Campbell of Springfield, four grandchildren, seven great grandchildren and several nieces, nephews and extended family. Sharon was a graduate of Springfield College earning a degree in Respiratory Therapy. She joined the staff of Memorial Medical Center where she retired in 2013. Sharon continued to serve in her profession for various doctors after her retirement. She was a member of Lalla Rookh Chapter 218 Order of the Eastern Star for over 43 years holding various local and state offices. Sharon was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and dear friend to many. Private family services were held at Bisch Funeral Home West with Rev. Vaughn Beeman officiating. Cremation Rites were accorded by Bisch Crematory. Those who wish may direct memorial contributions to the Order of the Eastern Star, Lalla Rookh Chapter 218. Arrangements were under the care of Bisch Funeral Home West.
- Private Family Services were held
Sharon G Robinson
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May 29, 2018
Dear Jim & family, I am so very shocked & sorry to hear of Sharon's passing. I can't begin to say how much I enjoyed working with her over the years at MMC. Sharon was always a " quiet producer" who always put her patients first. We had a lot of good times together at MMC. I will be thinking of all of you & praying that our loving God will grant peace to your hearts. I know He will because He loves you all. Carole
May 28, 2018
All of us at Famous Salon were deeply saddened by Sharon's passing. We were so blessed to have been a part of her life. Our thoughts are with her family at this time.
~Famous Salon Staff