July 19, 1909 ~ February 2, 2004

Born in: Synder, Texas,
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Irene C. Robinson, 94, passed away Feb. 2, 2004, in Pueblo, Colorado. Preceded in death by her husband, C.W. Robinson on Sept. 22, 1964. Survived by her children, Bill (Jo) Robinson of San Ramon, Calif., Ed Robinson of Pueblo and Earl (Mary) Robinson of Cape Cod, Mass.; brother, Fletcher Chaffee of Oklahoma City, Okla.; grandchildren, John Robinson, Kathryn White, Carolyn, Sarah, Christopher and Michael Robinson; and great-grandchildren, Drew Robinson, Aiden and Emma White. Irene was born July 19, 1909, in Snyder, Texas. Member of Central Christian Church and Fidelity Chapter No. 144, O.E.S. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service will be held 10:30 a.m. Friday, Feb. 6, 2004, at Central Christian Church, 1902 N. Hudson, with the Rev. Dr. David Chambers officiating.

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  1. Dear Earl & Mary,
    Pok-hui and I are very sorry to learn about the passing of your mother, Earl. Please accept our deepest condolences and sympathies. We know it saddens you and you will miss her.

    We regret that we are meeting again under these sad circumstances but happy at the same time to have a chance to see each other again. We look forward to getting together again in the future under happier times.

    Also, please pass these on to your families.

    With deepest regret and warmest regards, Bill

  2. My parents Tom and Ann moore were friends of Mr. and Mrs. Robinson. My earliest memories were when I was about 5 years old, My mother would visit Mrs. Robinson and she would let me play with her knick knacks, particulary the three monkeys (see, hear and speak no evil). She gave me a watch that was hers in a little flannel santa hat and a Keep Sweet plaque that I still treasure. When I got married she was my wedding cake cutter. I remember her as sweet, loving, generous and She adored her three boys. I will always have loving memories of Irene. You have my sincerest sympathy for the loss of your mother.
    Love, Dannette

  3. Bill,
    Chuck and I were sorry to hear of your mother’s death. Her suffering is now over, and she is in a better place. She endured so much for so long. I will always remember her as my Sunday School teacher at Central Christian some 50 years ago. We send our love and heartfelt sympathy.
    Caroline

  4. Ed,
    I fondly remember your Mom from when we were in grade school. I thought she was both physically beautiful and her personality was gentle and strong. She made cookies and I thought of her many times over the years as a perfect mother.
    My health didn’t permit attendence at her service. I wish the peace of the Lord be you during this difficult time.
    Pat (Roberson) Ricks.

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