OBITUARY

Robin Faith Nall Robinson

September 5, 1961February 11, 2021
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Robin Faith Nall Robinson, 59, passed away peacefully on February 11, 2021, with her beloved husband of 33 years, Ridge Robinson, by her side. The cause of death was complications related to the Covid-19 virus.

A Tallahassee native, Robin was a central part of her wide community of family and friends. Whether it was cheering for her children and their friends during various sporting events, volunteering at their schools, or pulling up her sleeves to help with whatever needed doing, Robin was always there. She also had a 36-year career as a Hair Designer, which began in 1984 at the Hairsmith, and continued at Chelsea Salon until her death. Robin loved to laugh, both at work and in her personal life. She had a smile that lit up the room. Yet she could also be fierce, as anyone within earshot during a Seminoles’ football game could attest.

Finally, no conversation about Robin would be complete without mentioning food. She loved to cook and share delicious meals with the people she loved for most any occasion. It is unimaginable that such a force of nature is no longer here in person. Her spirit will remain in our memories forever.

In addition to her husband, Ridge, Robin leaves behind their son, Ridge Robinson, Jr.; their two daughters, Sierra and Summer Robinson; their two granddaughters, Emma Kate and Kinsleigh Harper; her father, John Nall; her mother, Daryl Nall; her older sister, Gloria Steele (Gary); her younger brother, Tom Allen (Sara Allen); her “baby” sister, Debbie Nall (Scott Main); and too many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and dear friends to count.

The family will host a visitation at Culley's Meadow wood Funeral Home from 4 - 6 pm on Saturday, February 20, 2021. A memorial service has not been scheduled at this time.

In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to St. Jude Children's Hospital.

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    Saturday, February 20, 2021

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Peter Newman

February 21, 2021

Sooo sorry to hear this! My prayers for your loss...may she live forever in your memories...

Rebecca Webb

February 20, 2021

Sending So much Comfort and Love to Ridge Robinson Summer Katherine Sierra Robinson Ridge Jr. ,the Nall Family , Friends ,family ..
Knowing you are surrounded by so much Love ...always. and knowing how much love Robin Robinson gave us and will continue to give us . She touched so many and brought so much light and fun into the world....and would want the love continued ❤ Love Always , Rebecca , Corey , Ella , Taylor

Kim Eldridge-Wontner

February 19, 2021

Robin was one of a kind. One evening my car decided to skid off the road into the grass off 1-10. I was hysterical. My mother had just passed away and it had been a very stressful and emotional time. I started calling people to pick me up from where they were towing my car to. Robin was the only one who answered and came to pick me up in torrential weather. I won’t forget the kindness and love she showed me.

Kristina Kirkland

February 18, 2021

Robin was one of kind.She alway's had a smile on her face. I will always remember great year's at Chelsea's especially during the Holiday's.Lot's of good food and laughs. My heart goes out to all of the family.
Love,Kristina Kirkland

Annette Simmons-Brown

February 18, 2021

Robin and I were childhood friends when we both lived in the Lakeshore Drive area of Tallahassee. I always admired her especially for her gymnastic talents! It was wonderful to reconnect with her decades later in the Facebook Zone, and I loved watching her posts about her friends and precious family. My deepest sympathies to her family and friends whom she touched throughout her life. Robin, you will be missed, my friend.

Guy Weeks

February 18, 2021

Ridge, Summer, Sierra, Tom, Debbie, Mr. Nall (John), Ms. Nall (Daryl),
I was verry sad to hear about Robin and her battle with COVID. She was such a wonderful person to so many as a daughter, sister, friend, wife, mother and grandmother. All the family photos are wonderful and loved looking through them. I kmow you are heartbroken and share your pain in this untimely passing of Robin. She was and is a powerful person who is greatly admired by many. Sue and Betty Weeks and myself will miss her...!
Having grown up in the same neighborhood with the Nall family and the Ridge family there are many wonderful childhood memories with Robin and the rest of the Nall family. What comes to mind are the wonderfull rides while carpooling to Florida High together, riding horses, trips to the local convience store, football games, herding dogs or traversing creeks and underground forts. I have forgotten who the battle was against in the fort..., perhaps the Gators.

My sincere condolences to all of you.
Guy Weeks

Linda Coleman

February 17, 2021

Robin was my second little sister. I grew up with Robin because she was beat friends with my sister Janet. Robin always made me laugh and my heart is broken. To Ridge and the family you all are in my thoughts and prayers 🙏

Donna Lewis

February 17, 2021

Moved to Tally almost 27 years ago, friend recommended Robin... she has been my confidante, therapist, friend and hairstylist ever since we met! Terrific personality, she loved her family and life!! Robin, a true blessing in my life. I love her, gonna miss her but I know she's healthy again and styling hair. Prayers of love for all her family and friends. Love, Donna

Amy Patterson-McPherson

February 16, 2021

In my mind, Robin will always be young, and funny, and strong. She was my friend and confidant, as we navigated childhood, and our teens. We must have walked hundreds of miles together around the Lakeshore Drive neighborhoods, and we never ran out of things to do, or say. She was like a sister to me. It is my prayer that she is safe, and free of pain, and that she will always know how much she meant to so many. I know that I will never forget her, and how she made my life so much better for having known her. To the Nall and Robinson families...I am deeply sorry for your loss.

Brian and Jaren Webb

February 16, 2021

We want to send our deepest sympathy to Ridge, Ridge Jr, Summer, Sierra and the entire Robinson & Nall family. As next door neighbors at Lake Mystic for 20 years, we’ve enjoyed watching the Robinsons making wonderful family memories on the water. Robin will be greatly missed.

God Bless, Brian and Jaren

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