Ted L. Robinson

September 08, 1935 ‒ March 12, 2020

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Ted L. Robinson, 84 years old, passed away on March 12, 2020 in Newark, Ohio. He was the son of the late Theodore and Anna Mae Robinson. Ted was born Sept. 8, 1935 in Elkins, West Virginia. He was one of nine children, one older sister preceded him in death. He was married to Sondra L. Hardy on August 6, 1955. Ted is survived by Sondra, three daughters, Pam (Tim) Huffman, Vickie (Glen) Wooldridge, Kim ( Bill) Bradley, also 5 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren.

Ted was a pastor and evangelist in the Church of the Nazarene.His passion was God’s word, prophecy, and extending God’s family. He also loved working at the Mount Vernon YMCA in retirement.
Ted’s family extends a heartfelt thanks to the nursing home nurses and aides, Hospice of Central Ohio staff and the Care Coordination team at Knox Community Hospital. Your contributions to Ted’s last days were above and beyond the call of duty.
A memorial service will be celebrated on Sunday,  April 26 2:00 pm. at First Church of the Nazarene, Mount Vernon, Ohio.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Hospice of Central Ohio or the Alzheimer’s Association.
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  • Sondra,

    I just learned of Ted’s passing today. I am so sorry for you and your family, my condolences to all. Ted died one year and two days after Peggy.

  • To Sondra, Kim and all the family
    I was so sad to hear of Ted’s passing. I have fond memories of talking to him in church when we lived out there. He was always fun to be around. Kim and Bill hold a special place in Patti and my hearts and we wish we could be there to support. Just know that we are always thinking of you all and pray for peace in your hearts over Ted’s passing.

  • Kim, Bill, Matt and Kailey –

    I am so sorry for this loss. What a wonderful person he was. Our prayers are with you at this time.

    Love, Leah, Chris & Lanah

  • Pastor Robinson officiated my baby dedication and his preaching was instrumental to my full consecration to God (sanctification). My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

  • So sorry to hear of your loss! Ted was ALWAYS a positive person – a good person to be around. My heart is saddened for your loss.

  • Sondra, Pam, Vickie and Kim and families,

    So sorry to hear this news today! Pastor Ted was such a great man of God! Our family spent one Sunday afternoon at your home in Elyria and I still remember how loved we felt there. Your family has had an impact on my life and I will be praying for your comfort as you walk through these days. May your hearts be full as you hear from many friends and family as well as the memories you hold dear. You are all so blessed to have had him lead your family!

    Much love,
    Gail Wright

  • Sister Robinson, Shocked to read of Rev Ted’s passing. Fond memories of holding revival for him in Fostoria and hosting him for revival at Bucyrus. Such a dear sincere soul. I found him to be genuine to the core. These last few years found me so busy, that I didn’t keep up with him. I’ll miss that face with the dark brown eyes on this side. I feel so bettered by the fellowship & friendship that he brought into my life. He will be missed! May God’s sustaining grace be yours. Ray LaSalle

  • To the Robinson family,

    My wife and I are deeply saddened for the Robinson family. May God’s Peace and Comfort be known to you all through the power and might of His Holy Spirit, the Great Comforter. Rev. Ted was an encouragement to me on numerous occasions. He was a man of deep faith. He will be missed. Pastor TJ & Gloria McNew

  • What a great evangelist in the Church of the Nazarene. This very young Pastor had him for a Revival at Dellroy, Ohio in 1987 – I learned much from him and he delivered very powerful messages for our people and brought through the Holy Spirit some great times of spiritual help around our altars. My sympathy to the family and pray for God’s comfort during this time. Rev. Ted has a mansion in Heaven prepared for him as he meets his Savior.

  • Hi Sony
    I am so very sorry to hear of Teds passing the two
    Of you were dear friends even those we were both
    In the ministry and didn’t get to see each other as
    often as we would have like. Just know you will be in
    my prayers and Ted will be greatly missed!
    Shirley Sgro

  • Ted was my first Pastor at Jefferson Church of the Nazarene.
    Each time an alter call is given I remember him saying, Don’t be people conscious – be Spirit conscious!
    He taught me – the Bible will always back up the Bible.
    Ted was a “Teacher Preacher” and I appreciated his love for escatology.
    I rember his fondness for basketball and competative nature. Sony, my heart hurts for you. Looks like he beat you Home.
    ((((Hugs))))

  • Pastor Ted rocked.. I remember sitting in the student section crying on your last days at the Jefferson Nazarene. Thank you to you and pastor Ted for the impact you made on my life at an early age in edifying me in the church body and training me in scripture!! Love, Jamie Lynn (Kapferer) Hamilton

  • My heart is saddened by the news of Pastor Robinson’s passing. It seems he has been a part of my life since I was a very young boy. Ted and my father were great friends. I will never forget how he walked with me in my very early days as a pastor. He was always encouraging and helpful. He definitely was one of the men who was so instrumental in helping me to become a pastor who walked with God. I will miss him. To his family I pray the rich blessings of God will enrich your lives as you remember him and know that he is now in our Fathers house that He prepared for Ted.

  • My heart is saddened by the news of Pastor Robinson’s passing. It seems he has been a part of my life since I was a very young boy. Ted and my father were great friends. I will never forget how he walked with me in my very early days as a pastor. He was always encouraging and helpful. He definitely was one of the men who was so instrumental in helping me to become a pastor who walked with God. I will miss him. To his family I pray the rich blessings of God will enrich your lives as you remember him and know that he is now in his Fathers house.

  • Dear Sonnie and family.

    Our hearts are saddened with Pastor Ted’s passing. Dave’s ministry began under his guidance. Such special memories we carry from the time we were together in Jefferson. Praying for the void that his passing has left. Be strong and rely on the promise that you will see him again. Praising God for another faithful servant has made it safely HOME. With love and prayers.

    Rev. Dave and Vickie Rodgers

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