James Walter Robinson - Mobile Memorial Gardens

James Walter Robinson

July 27, 2017

Condolences For 
"James Walter Robinson"

  1. So sorry to hear about Uncle Jim. We loved our visits down the road from Grandma's. Love to all and we are thinking of you.

  2. I loved listening to Jim and my father tell stories about their boyhood escapades and about the wonderful friends and relatives who lived "over home." They derived such joy from being together; they fed off each other, producing one funny tale after another. How did Betty and Laura put up with these two double kin cousins? Must have been true love ... both marriages lasted over sixty years! Much love to Betty, Tommie, Danny, and families.

  3. Jim Robinson introduced my dad and mom, Jim Taylor and Mary Nell Cumbie and dad used to have great tales about their friendship. And of course, we remember him from our many visits "down home." My condolences and heartfelt thoughts to all.

  4. Some years ago Cookie I had the pleasure on several occasions of traveling to rural Alabama and visiting Jim and Betty on their picturesque farm. We recall going on tours of all the sights in Andalusia, Loango and Paul and the restored cotton gin. Jim and Betty were most gracious hosts. During our visit we observed that Jim was a skilled craftsman and had a sincere sense of community service.He was a true gentleman in every sense of the word and a remarkable example and member of what has been so aptly referred to as "the greatest generation". Prior to our return home, Jim gave me a beautifully hand crafted fishing pole holder he had made. To this day it hangs on the wall in our garage and every time I gather my poles to go fishing I recall fond memories of him.Though he will be greatly missed by many he will certainly not be forgotten.

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