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Pamela "Pam" Robinson

June 12, 1972 ~ December 27, 2021 (age 49)


On Monday, December 27, 2021 God decided to picked a precious and beautiful flower from His garden and now our beloved Pam shall rest peacefully and forever in His presence with her beautiful smile and loving heart that we will all miss very dearly.

Pamela Louise “Pam” Robinson was born on June 12, 1972 in Hopkinsville, KY to her mother, Wanda Faye Montanez (Robinson) and father Richard Lee Wilford , who preceded her in death on December 2, 2018.

Pamela moved to Jeffersonville IN with her family at an early age to be reunited with her grandmother, Anna Louise Young , who also preceded her in death. She began her education at Spring Hill Elementary then transferred to Maple Elementary for completion. Pam also attended Parkview Middle School then later ended her educational journey at Jeffersonville High School.

Pam may have faced some difficulties and obstacles in her life that many may not know of or can yet understand , but Pam loved life and lived it to the fullest !! Although she may fail, she got right back up and kept on going with her little body , warm heart, big smile and shining gold tooth that represented her awesome radiance of love that shined amongst us so briefly . 

Pam certainly loved the Lord, worshipping Him daily no matter what! She accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized at Gilt Edge Baptist Church by Pastor Douglass L. Motley Jr. She loved church and being an active member. In her youth she began singing in the choir and served on the Junior Usher Board. As an adult she continued to serve and participate in various ministries at times throughout her life by singing in the choir , Ushering, and happily assisting with her big smile to do whatever she was asked or with whatever was needed.

Despite her physical and health limitations Pam often worked within the food service industry, in which she enjoyed , for McDonald’s, Dairy Queen, and Captain D’s where she always greeted you with her big beautiful smile you can never forget.

Pam was loved, cherished and very special to her family. She gave her devoted friendship to many and she was definitely that friend you could count on to listen to your problems, help out when needed , text and/or call you daily to make sure your ok , and always took the time to comment or encourage you on Facebook which all ended with her saying “I love you!”

Pam was gone from our presence so sudden and very unexpected which has caused a deep pain in ours hearts we may not be able to explain or ever understand but one thing for sure we know Pam loved us all VERY much and showed it with her very protective covering especially for her children, grands, sisters, and the favorites..her “ Nieces and Nephews “ whom all she played with, helped to care for when needed and loved their company so much! And we can’t forget “Dem Cowboys” she loved too and I know she is still going to be cheering for them all the way to the Super Bowl! “Go Cowboys!”

Pam may be gone and all the fun we shared together laughing,singing , watching wrestling, playing Road Blocks, cooking & eating, making TicTok videos, taking walks, dancing , and “ turning up!” will never be the same without her presence but all the wonderful memories and her love will never be forgotten and shall forever live in our hearts !

She leaves to mourn but also to honor, cherish and continue her legacy and beautiful memories are her 6 children : Dion Robinson, Brittany McGoffney, Calvin(Natalya) Cain, Iesha Robinson , Courtney Patterson, Alonzo “Woody” Robinson
Her 4 siblings whom she shared a mother , 3 sisters: Barbara Robinson-Readus, Holly (Kenneth) Goodman, Stephanie Robinson, and 1 brother: Maurice Robinson. Her 8 grandchildren that she loved and cherished so much , and the little one on the way which she was looking forward to meeting soon. Along with 5 nephews, 2 nieces, 4 great -nephews, 3 great-nieces, several aunts, uncles and many cousins.
Pam also had 6 older siblings whom she shared a father with 3 sisters: Patricia and Michelle Wilford , Jackie Dillard and 3 brothers : James , Austin (Theresa ) Wilford and Richard Wilford Jr, along with 11 nieces, 1 nephew and a host of aunts, uncles and cousins.

She was also proceeded in death by her grandmother Mattie B. Wilford , grandfathers James E. Young Sr., Hubert Robinson Sr., and step-father Luis Montanez.

May she now Rest In Peace in God’s loving arms and with those that have gone before her that she missed very much.

We love you Pammy Poo!
Forever in our hearts you shall live!

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