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Obituaries

Susan Anne Robinson

January 30, 1953 - February 01, 2010

Beloved wife, mother and friend

Susan Anne Robinson was born in Portland, Oregon on January 30th, 1953. She married Richard Hugh Robinson, Sr. on June 14th, 1973 and was a mother and homemaker, enjoying cooking, shopping, reading, traveling and holidays. She also enjoyed the outdoors, animals, flowers and gardens. Susan loved being happy and spending time with her cats and her friends. She was with her husband Richard for almost 40 years and shared both her life and her death with him.

Susan is survived by her daughters Holly Robinson from Everett, WA and Anne Prater from Idaho; as well as her son Richard Robinson of Everett, WA, and step-sons Robert Robinson of Greely, Colorado, and John Robinson. Susan also has ten grandchildren and step-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her brothers Larry and Garry Whitfield, her father Richard Gates and her mother Constance Whitfield.

FUNERAL INFORMATION

Funeral service is at 2 p.m. February 21st, 2010 Northlake Christian Church Room 218 19029 North Road Bothell, WA 98012

DONATIONS

Donations are welcomed by the Robinson family. Please contact Holly Robinson 425-258-4233 or email beebees_hr@yahoo.com


Memorial

There's a Reason

For every burden that we bear,
For every sorrow, every care,
There's a reason
For every grief that bows the head,
For every tear-drop that is shed,
There's a reason
For every hurt, for every plight,
For every lonely pain racked night,
There's a reason
But if we trust God as we should,
All must work out for our good,
He knows the reason.

Author Unknown

A Mother's Farewell to her Children

When I must leave you for a while
Please do not grieve and shed wild tears
And hug your sorrow
To you through the years,
But start out bravely
With a gallant smile;
And for my sake
And in my name
Live on and of
All things the same,
Feed not your loneliness
On empty days,
But fill each waking hour
In useful ways,
Reach out your hand
In comfort and in cheer
And I in turn will comfort you
And hold you near;
And never, never
Be afraid to die,
For I am waiting
For you in the sky.

Author Unknown

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