Nahum 1:7 The Lord is good, a strong hold in the day of trouble; and he knoweth them that trust in him.
It is with deepest sympathy that we announce the passing of Mr. Tommy Robinson of 656 Saint Paul Road, Camden who entered into eternal rest Wednesday, January 20, 2021 at Providence Health after a brief illness.
Mr. Tommy Robinson, aka (Tome) entered into eternal rest on January 20th 2021. He was born on October 11th, 1940. He was the son of the late Mr. Elias Robinson and the late Mrs. Lucy Mclendon Robinson.
In the mid 1960’s he relocated to Norwalk, Connecticut and was employed by the Norwalk Forestry. In 1969 he relocated back to Camden South Carolina where he started his own landscaping business where he worked until he retired in 2015.
In the 1970s he joined St. Paul’s United Methodist Church and is a lifelong loyal member who supported his church with his presence, finance, and prayers.
Tommy leaves to cherish his memory, two children, Regan James of Chester VA and Rita James of Norwalk, CT. Two grandchildren, Erika Lucas and Michael Banks both of Norwalk, CT. Four great-grandchildren, Kelis, Aiden, Harlem and Cali-Storm. Scores of nieces and nephews whom all loved and adored him, especially his beloved and devoted niece Barbara Jean Brown.
Mr. Tommy Robinson was preceded in death by four brothers, Mr. Elias Robinson, Mr. Allen Robinson, Mr. William Robinson, Mr. Mendel Robinson, and four sisters Mrs. Minnie Williams, Mrs. Ida Mckiever, Mrs. Lucy Blair, and Mrs. Lauretta Jamison.
He will be truly missed by all whom know him.
Graveside services will be held at 1:00 PM, Tuesday, January 26, 2021 at St. Paul United Methodist Church Cemetery. Mask and Social Distancing will be observed.
Due to COVID-19 precautions, the family will not be receiving visitors at the home.
Professional Services are entrusted to Brown's Funeral Home.