Lillian Irene Moury Robinson

May 10, 1915 ‒ December 17, 2017

Fredericktown, Ohio

Lillian Irene Moury Robinson, a devoted wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, aunt and friend to many, passed away peacefully at home at the age of 102, on Sunday, December 17, 2017.

She was born on May 10, 1915 in Bellville, Ohio. She was a 1933 graduate from Bellville High School and married John Robert Robinson on August 18, 1940. They honeymooned at the World Fair’s in NYC and celebrated 73 years before his passing.

She is survived by her children; daughter, Jane Cox and her children, Dale and Don; son, Robert (Debbie) Robinson and their children Jeff, Tracey, Denise and Brett, great grandsons Seth and Joshua; a daughter, Margaret (Mickey) Cochran and their children Ann, Emily, Charity and Justin; a son, Tom (Linda) Robinson and their children Tara, Kim, Marc and Kristen; a son, David (Pat) Robinson and their children Stefanie and Brian; a daughter, Gloria Henry; a son, Bruce (Vonda) Robinson and their children John and Amy; 28 great grandchildren and 2 great great grandchildren. She is also survived by sisters Naomi Weiss and Roberta Smith and many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her husband John Robert Robinson; two sisters, Velma Hamilton and Margaret Davis; sons-in-law, Jim Cox and Dick Henry.

Lillian was involved with the community through the Middlebury Grange, 49ers Farm Bureau and the Palmyra Church of Christ. She had many friends that stopped at the farm to buy eggs and corn and that was an important part of her life to share.

A special thanks to her dedicated caregivers.

Friends may call on Tuesday from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Snyder Funeral Home in Fredericktown where a funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the funeral home where friends may call one hour prior. Evangelist Troy Northrop will be officiating. Burial will follow in Quaker Cemetery.

Memorial contributions in Lillian’s name may be made to the Palmyra Church of Christ or Middlebury Grange.

To share a memory or leave a condolence for the family, visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

The Snyder Funeral Home in Fredericktown is honored to serve the family of Lillian Irene Moury Robinson.

  • I loved her the moment I met her! She was warm, loving, and welcomed me into her extended family as if I was her own. She lived a long, full life. May she Rest In Peace.

  • Wow, to live to be over 100…
    Must have been that whole fresh milk…the butter…farm fresh eggs…and all that love in that family!
    We all enjoyed her humor and stories of life.
    She loved the music and was awful fond of the dances John took her too. Boy did she inspect those eggs everyday for quality and liked questioning her son, if he was treating those chickens good.
    What a kind beautiful soul. We were blessed to have spent precious time with.
    Appreciate each other everyday.
    So sorry for the lose of Lillian.
    God Bless
    Nurse Janet and her gang.

  • Our Condolences to all the Robinson family sorr y we are not there to help with food and to celebrate her life we are certainly there in spirit and thinking of all of you

  • What a sweet, beautiful soul who
    I am proud to say was a friend and neighbor. She will definitely be missed, but is blessed to be back with her John.

  • The memories of Lillian and the entire Robinson family will always be part of my life. John and Lillian were awesome neighbors. My deepest sympathies go out to the entire family. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Her memory will be with you all forever.

    Linda (Schunke) Johnson

  • So sorry to hear of your loss. When my late husband and I moved back to Ohio back to the farm. We would go there for eggs and the best sweetcorn around. My husband Gene would tell stories of him and Bob playing together as kids and fellow farmers. Gene wanted to invite them to our home to reminisce. It never happened because Gene was sick and never had the pleasure to get it done before he was gone. He loved Mrs Robinson and always spoke well of her and her loving family. I remember her sitting in the garage as we came for eggs and loved talking to her. I could of listened to her all day. So genuine, and truly a loving person. Jane also has those qualities and love talking to her when I pick up the eggs. Mrs. Robinson was so proud of her family. Everyone working the farm has been nice to work with which attributes back to her. Rest in peace little lady.

  • Our deepest sympathy to the family sure will miss her when we come to get corn she was a great lady hope you rest in peace.

  • So sorry, we lost a special lady. She always treated us like family. Sorry we can’t be there to support the family. Know we love all of you and will surely miss this wonderful friend.
    Ted and Paulette

  • Dave, Vonda and families, so sorry to hear of the passing of your loved one, so special to have her for the many years. Many blessings and prayers at this time of sorrow.

  • You all have my deepest sympathy. Lillian was a sweet lady. My boys have sweet memories of visiting the farm. You will be in my thoughts and prayers. You have been such a good family and it was great the excellent care you took of your Mother.

  • Of course, there are not enough words to express the love and the gratitude for all the memories, the food, the laughter, the teasing, the wisdom, and the love I feel for Aunt Lillian, Uncle Bob, and all the family all the friends attached to The Farm. Hugs to all.

  • My deepest sympathy goes out to the family. I enjoyed the many conversations Lillian and I had when I use to do her hair, and so many times she would bring me corn or eggs. She had a big heart. She definitely had the gift to talk. I’m sure she will be missed by her family. RIP sweet lady.

  • Our Condolences to all the Robinson family for the loss of your loved one. Our prayers are with all of you!

  • David, Pat and family,
    Roger and I would like to extend our deepest sympathy in the loss of your Mother. I never had the privilege to know her but it sounds like she was the typical hard working farmer’s wife, mother and grandmother.
    Thoughts and prayers,
    Vickie

  • Dear Robinson Family,
    So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers to all of you.
    With sympathy, Jim & Rhonda Young

  • Dear David, Pat, and the Robinson Family, We are so sorry about the loss of this beautiful lady. Although we never had the privilege of knowing her, we know that she raised a good family who will miss her. Sending you all, our deepest sympathy and friendship. Sincerely, Susan and Dick Huggins/Fredericktown

  • SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT LILLIAN THIS IS A BAD TIME OF YEAR TO LOOSE A LOVED ONE THEY ARE TOGETHER NOW AND AT PEACE SENDING PRAYERS TO ALL OF YOU

  • So sorry for your loss. Lillian , as I remember her, had a wonderful warm , infectious smile, and a kind word for all. She was blessed with a long life and a loving family. No one can ask for more. God be with you at this time. Hugs and prayers, Mabel Weller

  • We’re sorry to hear about Lillian’s passing. She was a great lady and has a great family who is so blessed to have her in their lives for so long. We know she will be sadly missed. Ray and Pat Davis

  • Margaret and the Robinson family,
    You have our deepest sympathy for the loss of your mother. She was a wonderful woman and always had a friendly smile for everyone.

    John and Diana Benson