Mrs. Daisy White Robinson, well-known lady of Pamplico, South Carolina, and loved by her daughters, son, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, and church family of Mount Zion Chapel Missionary Baptist Church. “Mrs. Daisy” was born in Florence County on May 15, 1936 in Hyman, South Carolina, to the late Eugene White and Thelma Jones White. She was one out of five children. On January 6, 2022, Our Father Up Above called her home to her eternal rest to His Heavenly Home.
As a child, she attended Mount Zion Chapel Missionary Baptist Church, under the leadership of Reverend Dr. Judge Pearson, and she attended Florence County Public Schools and Gibbs High School in Pamplico, South Carolina. After attending Gibbs High, she was united in Holy Matrimony to the love of her life, The Late Talmadge “Tal Jr.” Robinson, Jr., on January 11, 1954.
She and her husband relocated to Brooklyn, New York, during the 1950’s. There she fulfilled her role as a loving mother and wife. She worked outside her home as a seamstress and attended nursing school at Touro Community College in Brooklyn, New York. As a servant of GOD, she attended Zion Baptist Church under the leadership of The Reverend Dr. Benjamin Joseph Lowery and The Reverend Dr. Moses Marquette Peace, Jr. She was very active with NUMEROUS clubs at Zion Baptist Church in Brooklyn, New York.
After the death of her husband, Mrs. Daisy relocated back to her hometown. She spent her remaining years in Pamplico, South Carolina; she became a loyal servant back at her home church of Mount Zion Chapel Missionary Baptist. There, she was very active with the Missionary Society, and also with the Pastor’s Aide Ministry. She was The First QUEEN of Mount Zion Chapel Missionary Church, until her health started to decline.
However, we thank GOD that she lived a GOD-FEARING LIFE and was loved by many.
Mrs. Daisy was preceded in death by her parents, Eugene White and Thelma Jones White; her husband, Talmadge Robinson, Jr; a sister, Leneava “Patty” White; and a brother, Hoyt Bostick.
She leaves in memory her two daughters, Gwendolyn Robinson (Vincent) Terry of Douglasville, Georgia and Denise Robinson (Donnie) Dukes of Bronx, New York; her son/grandson, Ellis Kendall (Courtney) Robinson of Charlotte, North Carolina; two grandchildren, Summer Spaulding of Douglasville, Georgia and Marlon Devon (Nicole) Gooden of Dallas, Texas; two siblings, Thelma Long of Florence, South Carolina and Wilson “TOOT” White of Florence, South Carolina; one sister-in-law, Evester McFarland-Bostick of Brooklyn, New York; three great-grandchildren, Jalilah Rose Gooden, Jordan Paige James, and Jaslynn Aiyana Robinson; and one special nephew, Johnny (Christine) Long of Florence, South Carolina; and a host of nieces, nephews, family, and friends that loved her dearly.
Mrs. Daisy White Robinson was a firm believer that “FAMILY SHOULD BE THERE FOR EACH OTHER, THROUGH LIFE’S OBSTACLES.”
Please keep the family of Daisy Robinson in your thoughts and prayers