Priscilla A. Robinson Memorial Program

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On May 22, 1956 the 2nd angel, Priscilla Ann Robinson, was born to W.D. and Mildred Robinson in Chicago, IL.

Priscilla was the 3rd child of 7. She was blessed with one son, Shawn. Her parents, son Shawn as well as her one sister and 3 brothers preceded her in death.

Priscilla attended Manley High School, and obtained her diploma in Business Administration from 5th City Commercial Academy and went on to work in the office at Rosen's Bakery in Chicago, IL. Priscilla then went on to work at the Law Firm of Simon, McClosky & Scovell until she developed an ailment that would no longer allow her to work.

Priscilla gave her life to Christ at a very early age under the leadership of Pastor Searching of 1st Baptist Church of Chicago, IL. Her family, thereafter, changed membership to the Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of the late Pastor W.D. Kirkland. After being away from the church she rededicated her life to Christ under the leadership of Dr. Rev. Charles A. Hamilton of the the same Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church. One of her favorite scriptures was the 27th Psalm in which she inherited from her mother. She loved to hear her Pastor preach and the choir sing, She was fond of the singing of Deacon Eddie Davis, Sis. Rhona Coleman and especially Sis. Bobbie Harper. Bobbie would often call her and sing a cappela over the telephone. 

Priscilla affectionately known as “Prissy” to close friends and family members loved to travel over the highway back and forth to Mississippi. If a family member's car left Chicago going to Mississippi and she wasn`t in it, there would be trouble for whomever was driving when they returned. Priscilla developed a love for cooking at an early age. She would be in the kitchen with her mother as a child trying to figure out how her mom made everything taste so good. She would cook, bake, mix or whatever the occasion called for. She would never let family and friends down. Friends all over would often call and ask for one of her famous pound cakes. She and those cakes will surely be missed. Priscilla also, loved to sit back and watch a good western. She would call her brothers and say "guess what I watched last night". Priscilla lived a life of humility, by dedicating her cooking talents and feeding those around her. She would always be trying to give someone something to eat and tell them about how good God has been in spite of the heart breaks she had experienced.

 Priscilla departed this life on February 27th 2021. She leaves to Cherish all of the her memories, her 2 remaining siblings Deacon Leslie Robinson and Jerome Robinson of Chicago, IL, a very special niece who was like a daughter Latrice Robinson, three very special cousins Alex Robinson of Chicago,IL, Nathaniel McGee, of Indianapolis, Indiana and Beverly Jeffries of Byram Mississippi, two Aunts, Katie Mae Hamilton of Albany, Ga and Bobbie Robinson of Jackson Mississippi, a host of nephews, neices and cousins. and two best friends, Cindy Parks and Linda Phillips.

Priscilla will most definitely be missed. There is no doubt about it!

Services Entrusted to:
AA Rayner & Sons Funeral Home
5911 W Madison St, Chicago, IL 60644 

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1 comment

Diane Williams-Smith

Diane Williams-Smith

Priscilla I’m certainly going to miss you. I’m going to miss the long talks about the Lord and our talks
about our life’s journey. I won’t say goodbye but I’ll say I’ll see you later.

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