Obituaries

Clara Mae Robinson

Date of Birth: 03/18/1938
Date of Death: 04/26/2017

Clara Davis Robinson, age 79, a native and resident of Thibodaux, peacefully left this earth on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at her residence.

Visiting will be held from 8am until the hour of service at 10am at Moses Baptist Church in Thibodaux On Saturday, May 6, 2017. Burial in the church cemetery.

She leaves to cherish her memories, son, Ronald Johnson, Sr. (Pastor Thelma); daughters, Leola Adams (Kenneth) and Andrea Robinson; brothers, Wilbert (Betty) and Edward Davis; 13 grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren.

Preceded in death by her husband, Ivory Robinson; Parents, Leola and Walter Davis, Sr.; brothers, Harold and Walter Davis, Jr.; sister, Dorothy Davis.

Kennedy Funeral Home is honored to serve the Robinson Family.

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Bobbi (05/13/2017 8:36 am)

Dear Family and friends, I am so sorry for your loss; please know that you are not alone;you can find much comfort in the Holy Scriptures which assures us at(Psalms 34:18) that Jehovah God is near to those broken at heart and crushed in spirit. Please find comfort in the words spoken at John 5:28,29

Apostle Chester Bell (05/06/2017 2:27 am)

New Deliverance Ministries Vicksburg, MS Dr. Chester Bell, Founder & Overseer Resolution of Respect for Sister Clara Mae Robinson No matter what your trials are, or how big your mountain seems; The Lord is there to see you through; He’ll go to all extremes. So if your cross seems hard to bear, and you know not what to do; The One who loves you most of all will be there to see you through. We, the members of New Deliverance Ministries, want the family to know that our hearts are with you as we gather to bid a Christian good-bye to a loving mother. WHEREAS: Clara Mae Robinson was a reverent woman who loved the Lord. We are encouraged and consoled you in the words of Jesus who said, “I will never leave thee nor forsake them”. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: We embrace the family because all of us have a common bond that will connect us. We cannot replace Sister Clara Mae, but we know your loss is deep and your sorrow is great, but we want you to know that we share in your loved one home going but more importantly, we recognize that this loss is Heaven’s gain. When it is all over, we would like you to remember: In case there’s a time when you just need some cheer, In case there’s a problem you would like us to hear, In case there’s a favor you would like us to do We’re here if you need us to help see you through. Humbly submitted on this 6th day of May 2017, A copy of this Church Resolution will be given to the Family and another copy will be in the church archives. Submitted by: Apostle Chester Bell