January 15, 1936 - January 06, 2023



Saturday, January 14, 2023
1:00 PM
St. Paul Baptist Missionary Baptist Church
Rev. Billy J. Robinson, Pastor

January 14, 2023
12:00 AM - 12:50 AM
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Louis David Robinson departed this life on Friday, January 6. Louis was born to the parentage of Willie Lee Robinson and Ollie Mae Robinson on January 15, 1936 in Wichita Falls, Texas.

He attended public school and graduated from Booker T. Washington High School. He enjoyed sports and played right guard on the Washington Leopards football team. He joined the Anderson Chapel A.M.E. Church at an early age.

Louis married O’Linda and to this union two sons were born, David LaRoy and Kerry LaRon. Years later he married Quence R.
Jones and to this union one son was born, Louis David Robinson Jr. He later married Jestine White.

Louis was employed by Liberty Cleaners and S&Q Clothiers. He owned and operated Louis Lawn and Garden Service until his

Louis was a gifted craftsman. He built beautiful furniture, carved woodwork pieces, made cutlery items and other crafts. He
helped his brother build several barbecue pits and declared that he was the best cook in town. Louis loved working his vegetable
garden, raising chickens, rabbits and goats.

His greatest pride and joy was helping build this church from beginning to completion. His handy work is seen in tables, podiums and other crafts that he built for this church.
He was a faithful supportive member of the church.

Louis was preceded in death by his parents Willie Lee and Ollie Mae Robinson; sons, David LaRoy, and Kerry LaRon Robinson;
brothers, Willie Lee Jr., Robert Charles and Clyde Wesley Robinson.

He leaves to cherish his memory son, Louis David, (Verneja) Robinson, Jr.; sister, Pearlie Juanita (Alfred) Williams; brother, Reverend Billy J. (Gertrude) Robinson; grandchildren, Christopher David, DeAndra, Louis David III, Davion, Veniya, Davaughn Robinson; extended family Anita, Tressie, Kecia Jones, Carla, Willie Jr, Kevin White and a host of nieces, nephews and friends.

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  • 01/16/2023

    My long time friend who would always make me something out of wood and sign and date it just like a real artist, and you were ! Rest in peace!

  • 01/14/2023

    I will always remember your smile and, laugh. Thank you for the phone call you shared with me it meant a lot to me. I always thought you were a handsome guy. I see where my little brother gets his good look's he is beginning to look more like you' and he has your good craftmanship. RIP

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  • 01/13/2023

    Daddy, I'm glad we were able to have a conversation and express our forever love we shared near or far. U knew nothing or no one could take away from our father daughter love bond. I will cherish and hold dear to hearing you say Hey Sugar when we would see each other. I thank you for the memories n lessons you taught me as a little girl good or bad or indifferent. I thank you for sharing your many talents that are and will still be the topic of many conversations for years to come. As you are laid to rest I will hold close hearing you voice as a mere memory. Love you more than words can express. Just to know you are now physically gone but spiritually present with the Lord gives me comfort . Love always your babygirl 💗 Kecia Patrell

  • 01/13/2023

    We are praying for the family. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the Robinson family. Florene Alexander, Diane & Donnie.

  • 01/12/2023

    Love you uncle

  • 01/12/2023

    Love you uncle

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  • 01/11/2023

    Our deepest condolences to the families of Deacon Louis Robinson. He was a beautiful soul, mighty warrior for the Lord. I admired his style! Rev Bobby & Cherl Wade

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