Poe's Memory Chapel Funeral Home is humbled to announce the transition of Mrs. Ethel Warmack Robinson, 73, of Union Springs Alabama.
Mrs. Robinson received her wings, Thursday, July 4, 2019 at Baptist Medical Center South, Montgomery, Alabama while in the comfort and care of her loving family.
Sister Ethel was a kind and loving person, who dedicated her life to God, her church, family and community.
Celebration of Life services were held Saturday, July 13, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. from the sanctuary Lowfield Baptist Church, Highway 110, Union Springs, Alabama, Rev. John Tetter, Pastor.
The message of triumph was delivered by Rev. W.J. Glover of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, Town Creek Community, Union Springs, Alabama. Interment followed at Lowfield Baptist Church Cemetery, Union Springs, Alabama.
"I will lift up mine eyes unto the Hills, from whence cometh my help, my help cometh from the Lord which made the Heaven and Earth." Psalms 121 1:2
On August 19, 1945, a "Star", Ethel Lee Warmack, was born to the late Sterling and Larshie Warmack in Bullock County, Alabama. Ethel was united in marriage to Frank Robinson.
At an early age, Ethel accepted Christ as her personal Lord and Savior. Sister Robinson had a deep abiding faith in God and was a very active member of the Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, serving as President of the Ushers, Secretary, Advisor of the Youth Department and Program Co ordinator. She faithfully paid her tithes until her death.
Ethel was a proud member of the Carver High School Class of 1964. She enjoyed fishing and entertaining. She was an active member of the Certified Elite Social Savings Club for 43 years, serving as President for many years. Ethel Robinson was dedicated to helping and serving in the community. As a career employee in Quality Control, she was employed with Colu mbus (Carpet) Mills, Inc. for over 30 years, retiring June 1999.
Ethel Robinson was the devoted Mother to two beautiful daughters and one loving son. They adored her and she adored them.
Loved ones preceding her in death: her parents; siblings, Ad, Tator, Sterling, Edward Sr., Jeff, Annie Warmack, Katie Owens, and Ethel Mims; In-laws who preceded her in death: Adline and Johnnie Ree Warmack, R.C. and Roberta Robinson, Alice, Jet, Willie, Mae Olive, Charlie, Edgar, Thomas, Bow and Willie Robinson.
Ethel leaves to cherish her loving memories: husband, Frank Robinson; three children: Diane (Lamar) Jackson, McArthur Jackson, Jr. and Brenda (Johnny) Holmes, all of Union Springs, Alabama; Grandchildren: La'tavia (Lincoln) Ivey, and Jaylen Cannon both of Union springs, Alabama, JaLinthya Cannon, Auburn, Alabama, MarQuenta Jackson, Detroit, Michiga n, Ronderick Holmes, Atlanta, Georgia, and Nicolavia Stewart, Montgomery, Alabama, Nikki Calhoun, Fitzpatrick, Alabama; Great Grandchildren: Zaravion, Zyriah, Zalavia Ivey, Jazzlyn, Madison, Oriayah, and Bella Jackson, Adaiya Cannon, Ronderick Jr. and Ree se Holmes; Loving Sister: Mary Blackmon, Montgomery, Alabama, Devoted son-in-law, Johnny Holmes, Union Springs, Alabama; Sister-in-law, Emma Nelson, Wetumpka, Alabama; Special Brother-in-law, John Blackmon, Sr., Other Brothers-in-law, Jesse and Frazier Robinson, Henry Nelson, Wetumpka, Alabama, God-daughter: Teresa Calhoun; Special Friends: Lawrence and Jesse Penn, Slyvester and Mercy Owens, James and Bertha Poe, Johnnie Parker, Ella Mae Johnson, Arthur Heaird, Lee Mac, Harris, Sam Austin, Eddie Mae Manley, Extended Family, Susie Ellis, W.H. and Portia Cowan, Mary Jackson, Johnzaline Jackson, Angie, Betty, Joann, Pearl Posey Annie Grace Youngblood, Pete, Stephanie and Ethel Borders and Ruby Deveau. The Certified Elites: Rose Austin, Martha Pruitt, Eloise Turner; a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
All funeral arrangements were entrusted to the caring and professional staff of Poe's Memory Chapel Funeral Home. We pray that God will comfort and strengthen the family of our beloved, Mrs. Ethel Warmack Robinson.