Moment of Reflections
“Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all the ways acknowledge Him, and He will direct thy paths.” Proverbs 3:5-6
In the Beginning:
Sister Bobby Jean Robinson-Carrol was born on December 18, 1954, to Johnny Robinson, Sr. and the late Dorothy Mae Robinson. She accepted Jesus Christ at an early age, and she became a member of the New Jerusalem M. B. Church, where she joined and later became president of the usher board, of which she served and was a faithful worker of the Lord until she was no longer able to do her duties.
Jesus, the Author and Publisher of Her Faith:
Sister Bobby Jean Robinson-Carroll found peace on February 15, 2019, at home in Tallulah, Louisiana. Jesus so gracefully swept her away to a place of serenity to rest.
A Time to Mourn:
She was preceded in eternal life by her mother, Dorothy Mae Robinson; her grandparents, Eliza and Riley Whitaker, Katie and Robert Robinson; two brothers, Jessie J. Robinson and Eddie Ellis.
A Time to Cherish:
Bobby Jean Carroll was married to the love of her life, Alfred Carroll for 31 beautiful years, and to this union came a son, Micheal Carroll. Leaving to cherish her precious presence and memories is her husband, Alfred Carroll; her son, Micheal (Shalena) Carroll; her father, Johnny Robinson, Sr.; six brothers, Bennie Robinson, Willie Lee (JoeAnn) Robinson, Frank Robinson, Pastor Johnny (Tonia) Robinson, Jr., Calvin (Tonya) Robinson, all of Tallulah, LA; and, Tony (Jackie) Robinson of Delhi, LA; three sisters, Willie Mae Robinson and JoeAnn (Larry) Harvey, of Tallulah, LA; Mary Ann (Al) Bartie, of Monroe, LA; a special niece, Angelia (Willie) Blair, of Tallulah, LA; one grandchild, Zamiyah Carroll; two sisters-in-law, Sis. Doris Smith and Sis. Christine McDowell, both of Delhi, LA three stepsons, Victor Carroll, Lamant Carroll, and Bo Carroll, all of Delhi, LA; half-sisters and brothers, Doris Vaughn Johnson, James Vaughn, Patricia Vaughn, Calvin Vaughn, Kenneth Vaughn, Georgette Moore; and a host of uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
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