Robin Andrea Williamson

Passed 08/27/2023

Obituary For Robin Andrea Williamson

Ms. Robin Andrea Williamson, passed away August 27, 2023.

A service honoring her life will be held Saturday, September 9, 2023 in the Cassie Coote-Brown Memorial Chapel at Perry J. Brown Funeral Home 909 E. Market St. Greensboro, NC. The Visitation will begin at 2:30pm the Service will follow at 3:00pm.

From the time Robin Andrea Williamson was born on October 13, 1975, until her untimely passing on August 27, 2023, in Greensboro, North Carolina, she brought happiness, light, and love into the lives of those around her.

The first born to the late Patricia Ann Robinson Williamson and the late Robert Andrew Williamson, Jr., Robin had pizzazz and was known known for inspiring smiles and bringing laughter to all those around her. With her easy-going nature, Robin had a remarkable ability to uplift everyone she encountered. This loving nature followed her throughout her life.

Robin was an active member of the youth choir and junior usher board at St. James Baptist Church as a child. She was a member of The Future Business Leaders of America and a member of the homecoming court while attending Grimsley High School. She also participated in track and field and volleyball while attending Kiser Middle School. She continued her education at North Carolina Central University, where she honed her business acumen, made lifelong friends, and established a community for herself and her classmates.

Our vivacious butterfly was devoted to her friends' and family's extended families. Robin's best friend and constant companion was Kristi, her sister. Kristi never left her side, providing unwavering love and support, cementing their unbreakable bond. Robin frequently said that Kristi was the anchor that kept her grounded, and their careful bond kept them intact through various challenges. She looked out for Keasean, her nephew, as if he were her own child. She lavished him with unreserved love and kindness, her love for him exceeding all expectations. Robin also had a special bond with her

cousins, who she thought were closer to her than cousins because they were always there for her. She was one of many cousins whose maternal grandmother, the late Mariah Williams Robinson, looked after them and taught them all the value of family. In addition, she had a special bond with friends of the family and their children, who became a part of her family and were like her brothers and sisters.

Robin's affectionate nature extended to her chosen friends, whom she also accepted as siblings. They became an essential component of her support system as she found solace and contentment in their company.

She had a profound impact on those around her, whether it was through her warm smile, genuine interest in other people, or ability to make any situation fun. Robin's friends were aware that they could always rely on her to have fun and meaningful conversations with them. She invited her friends to join her family's circle and created a community wherever she went.

All through her life, Robin stayed a committed and steadfast representative, exhibiting her obligation to her work and the individuals around her. Appreciating exiting the workforce following 25 years of Retail Management, she couldn't simply head out toward the distant horizon. Consequently, she resumed employment under the guise of "part-time" status. She was on her way to a second career with endless possibilities when her management skills were quickly recognized. She always made connections and provided excellent customer service wherever she met people. She was a shining example of professionalism and positivity to those who were fortunate enough to work with her. In both her personal and professional life, she worked tirelessly to ensure the happiness and well-being of those she cared about. During this difficult time, the outpouring of love from her coworkers reflects the spirit of who she was. She always got the job done, even when she was having fun at work.

An energetic Duke fan, pool devotee, admirer of butterflies and purple and Duke blue, Robin appreciated life without limit. She really loved going to Comic Cons and she had an affection for dealing with kids and was "Aunt" to her companion's youngsters. She had a big heart and a few bad jokes, was an avid lover of people and a caregiver. And, of course, that enormous grin.

In recollecting Robin Andrea Williamson, let us praise the amazing bliss she brought to our lives and the unflinching adoration she imparted to those lucky enough to know her. She will always be remembered for her ability to bring joy and laughter to everyone she met. Robin, fly! Our butterfly took flight and gained her wings... fly!

Robin leaves to cherish her memory, Kristi Williamson, Robin's sister, and Keasean Pebbles, her nephew, both of Greensboro, North Carolina; aunt, Nancy (Johnny) Jones, who lives in Palm Harbor, Florida; Vernice (Tony) McRae, Vivian (Jimmy) Murdock, and Sherrie Moultrie Goodman of North Augusta, Georgia; uncles: Wayman Williamson, Ronnie (Carolyn) Williamson, Edward Mitchell, all of Tallahassee, Florida; special friends from Greensboro, North Carolina, Candis Campbell and Antwon Williams, as well as numerous cousins, friends, and adopted family members.

She was preceded in death by her parents Her mother, Patricia Ann Williamson, and father, Robert Andrew Williamson, Jr., as well as her maternal grandparents: Pinese and Mariah Robinson; Robert Andrew and Nettie Martin Williamson, Sr., his paternal grandparents, as well as numerous aunts, uncles, and friends.

Robin had a large and devoted family of loved ones. Please charge it not to our hearts but to the space of this medium if we do not mention your name.

Guest Book

Robin u are very much missed. Still in shock we lost such a sweet, kind, loving and all around a great person. My prayers are with her family.

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Whenever I go to fl she was right there with that awesome smile kind words and then we start laughing and cutting up while still doing her job.Robin S.I.E.P.

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Robin was a very sweet and caring person. I met her at food Lion and she had a beautiful smile and she cared about people it showed every time you went to the store. Rest in Peace.

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Robin, we lost touch after highschool. I wish I could go back in time and tell you how thankful I was for you. I can still see your amazing smile and hear your laughter...

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My condolences goes to the family, friends, and coworkers of Robin. She was one of the most positive and uplifting people I've ever met. I'll miss our conversations and her huge smile. With love: Curtis Shaw

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I only knew her from Food Lion but she was always smiling and laughing and always helpful. I know she had a good spirit and I will miss seeing her in there.

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No amount of words can express you. I am forever grateful for meeting you and the fun times we had. Most of all our laughs and cutting up at bed bath & beyond. Rest easy lil Sis.

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This brings back memories of being a track and basketball player with you and winning. You were creative and ambitious and always putting a smile on someone's face. You were one of the shortest people I knew but you brought plenty of joy to people during your life journey. You had such a beautiful soul I will truly miss you Love Akisha Mccullough

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Robin you will truly be missed my girly always smiling and laughing and joking love you.

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Robin a Ray of Sunshine a lady that smiled loved and cared for everyone Rip my friend your Foodlion crew will miss u dearly

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I worked with Robin at Bed Bath and Beyond. She was just a bright spot every time I saw her. Always a smile and a laugh, dedicated, and so very loyal to all those she loved. She'd help you out anytime she was able to. I will never forget her laugh!

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