Myron Anthony Robinson


AUGUSTUS FUNERAL HOME REGRETS TO ANNOUNCE THE DEATH OF: – Mr. Myron Anthony Robinson. A Home-Going service for Mr. Myron Anthony Robinson husband of the late Regina Robinson, beloved son of Mark and Barbara Robinson, loving father to Malik and Malay Robinson, brother to Daniel (Andrea) and Richard Robinson, Dorothy-Ann Seaman, Francine Mason (Perry) and Suzanne Smith (Calvin) in his 50th year of 32 Wellington Slip Road, St. George’s will be held at First Church of God, North Shore, Pembroke on Saturday, March 22nd, 2014 at 10:00 am. A private interment will follow at sea. Flowers may be sent. Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at Augustus Funeral Home Rose Chapel this evening Friday, March 21st, 2014 from 7:30 – 9:00 pm ONLY. Also surviving are aunts: Marjorie Watson, Millicent Francis, Madge Swan, June Santucci; great aunt: Grace Dill; mother-in-law: Carolyn Welch; sister-in-law: Tamika; nieces: La Shanda Seaman, Rakeysha Robinson, Sydney and Ryley Mason; nephews: Justin, Rickai and Rashun Robinson, Lovin and Devin Smith; great niece: Kailee Fox-Robinson; godchild: Cataliah Pitcher; special friends: Levyette Robinson, Sheri Saints, Colvin Manning, Andrew Packwood, Shawn Spencer, Troy Brimmer, Calvin ‘Jockey’ Lambe, Paul Furbert, Cornell ‘Trees’ Simons, Quincy Simmons Sr., Marcelle Zuill, Deborah Blakeney; The Extended Wilkinson and Welch Families, The Department of Marine and Ports Family, many relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

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  1. The bible calls death an enemy, and most of us have seen it claim the lives of people dear to us. Jehovah is far more powerful than death. He is the loving rescuer who has already shown that he can defeat this enemy. And he promises to destroy this enemy, death, once and for all. The bible teaches: The last enemy death is to be brought to nothing. (1Cor.15:26) Jehovah also promises that the dead will live again. (Isaiah 26:19) They will be brought back to life. That is the hope of the resurrection. May all in of you be comforted by these wonderful promises.


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