A funeral service for Sharon Robinson will be held at 3:00 PM (Texas time), Thursday, May 23, 2019 at First Baptist Church in Farwell, TX. Interment will follow at Farwell Cemetery with Pastor Ross Pander.
Sharon was born April 9, 1952 to Elmer Levi Robinson and Wilma Bell Campbell Robinson in Clovis, NM.
Sharon was a member of First Baptist Church in Farwell, TX. She grew up in and attended schools in Clovis and Portales. Sharon worked at J.C. Penny Co., Walmart, and the S&H Green Stamp Store and at times held 3 jobs at once. As an adult, Sharon lived in Clovis, NM, Portales, NM, Plainview, TX, and Farwell, TX. The past 16 months, she resided in Prairie Acres Nursing Home in Friona, TX where the staff treated her with kindness and consideration.
Sharon is preceded in death by her parents, Elmer Levi Robinson and Wilma Bell Campbell Robinson and brother, Dave Lee Robinson.
Sharon’s memory will be cherished by her brother, Alton Leon (Joe) Robinson and wife, Jackie Robinson of Cleburne, TX; sister, Phyllis Ann Coburn of Portales, NM; brother, Robert Wayne Robinson and wife, Connie Robinson of Clovis, NM; nephews, Brian Coburn and wife Leeann and Scott Robinson; nieces, Joleta Wilson, Kim Robinson, Melinda Coburn Dean and husband, Toby Dean; and Kelly Robinson Dobbs.
My heartfelt condolences to the family. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Edith Ann BradleyClovis, NM
Bob and Connie,
I'm very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you both and all of your family. Love you both
Connie HarrisonClovis, NM
Sharon I loved your stories an the time I spent visiting with you and phyllis at your folks throughout the years. Prayers to the family as we mourn the loss of such a kind hearted woman.
James DiazEarth, TX
My condolences to the family. When loosing a loved one it can be unbearable. That is why God has provided scriptures in the Bible to help ones cope with the loss. In the Bible book of Isaiah 25:8 Jehovah God promises soon to "swallow up death forever." He also promises to bring back those who have fallen asleep in death (Acts 24:15). In a little while longer this kind of pain will be a thing of the past (Revelations 21:4). May these scriptures bring you comfort in this difficult time (jw.org)