Susan Diane Robinson
March 24, 1960 – October 18, 2020
Susan D. Robinson took her journey over the rainbow on Sunday, October 18th, 2020.
She will be fondly remembered and missed by all who knew her. She was a loving wife, mother, sister, and friend. Susan made her own sunshine, and her small acts of kindness and silly demeanor will always bring a smile to our faces.
She is survived by her husband of 28 years, Charles A. Robinson, Jr.; two children, Amber and Clayton Robinson; and four sisters, Betty Jessie, Karen Stewart, Clara Myer, and Beverly Dees (Wilbur).
Susan is preceded in death by her dad, Daniel B. Stewart, Jr.; her brother, Daniel B. “Mickey” Stewart; and her mom, Hattie Mae Stewart.
Click here to view the live streamed memorial service at Noon Wednesday, October, 28, 2020.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Charles, Amber and Clayton during this time of sorrow. Susie was a wonderful and cheerful person whom we had the pleasure of knowing for many years. She always had something funny to say at any given time. Her laughter and smile was so beautiful. Susie was kind and had a loving heart. We have so many fond memories of her younger days. Those memories we will treasure forever. We will miss Susie very much.
Our thoughts and prayers will be with each of you.
Jimmy and Shelby Minor
My heart goes out to the family. These are trying times and I am sending all my love to ease your pain. SUSIE WILL BE GREATLY MISSED.
. Ruth and Gary Vaughan
I can’t begin to tell you how sorry I am to hear that Susan has passed. Knowing what this feels like I also feel very bad for you folks having to go through the grief process again so close to her mother’s passing. All I can say is I wish the best for you moving forward and I’m glad that she’s at peace and not in discomfort.
My Thoughts and Prayers go out to you Chuck, Amber and Clayton..
Sending you all Love and Light…
Annie, Kelly and Rosie
My prayers and thoughts go out to the entire family ; Charles , Amber , Clayton and all of the Stewart sisters . May god bless over you in this time of sorrow .
Rick Winningham and Family
Chuck I was so sorry to hear of your wife’s passing. She was a very nice person, I always enjoyed when she came with you and sometimes by herself to bring me vegetables and catfish. Again my sincere condolences. .
Amber we are so sorry for your loss. We are always here for you. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Aimee & Charlie Tait
My heart goes out to everyone. She was such a sweet lady and I always loved her visits to the school. Heaven gained a wonderful angel.
We are so sorry to hear the sad news of Susan’s passing. Chuck and his family are in our thoughts and prayers.
We cannot find words that express our sympathy.
Please know we love you Chuck, Amber and Clayton and will keep you in our prayers.
Alice and George Brewster
I did not know that Susan Passed away until my Susan told me today. Sorry for your loss Chuck, Amber and Clayton. If I can do anything please let me know.
Sorry for your loss Chuck, Amber and Clayton.
We were saddened to hear of Susan’s passing. What a beautiful soul who spread kindness wherever she went. We worshipped together for years, and loved seeing them at the King’s Dominion Altria Day every year. Susan was so proud of Amber and Clayton, and loved to share about their pursuits. Our love and prayers to Charles, Amber, and Clayton as they mourn this tragic loss. May God be with them and give them peace.
Thinking of and praying for Charles, Amber, and Clayton. I had the pleasure of volunteering with her and Charles during the time Clayton was in the Atlee band program. We spent a lot of time talking about Family and Friends, and she was always very positive even during difficult times. RIP Susan.
So sorry for your loss. I wish I had taken more opportunity to get to know her better but I’m thankful I was able to meet her and share some memories with her.