Blair Robinson Obituary, Death –Blair Robinson passed away while being held by Jesus before she passed away. He was the last child to be born to David and Annie Lou Robinson on May 28, 1964, and he was the youngest of their children. He was born in Alexandria, Virginia. In his younger years, he received his education at the Cora Kelly Elementary School, the John Adams Middle School, the Francis C. Hammond Junior High School, and the T.C. Williams High School.
During his years as an adult, he supported himself by working both as a painter and as a mail clerk. Unfortunately, he was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at the young age of 28, and as a result, he was forced to retire. Even though he retired at a relatively young age, this did not prevent him from being active in his community, his church (St. Mary’s Episcopal), and his family.
Richard, also known as Ol’ Skool, as his family liked to call him, was a loving and kind person who had a great sense of humor. Both his family and his friends will miss him very much because of these qualities. We have many wonderful memories of Richard, and we intend to keep these memories close to us in the present and in the future as well.
His devoted mother, Annie-Lou Robinson, along with his doting father, David Robinson, and his oldest sister, Moddie Portillo, all passed away before he was born.
He is survived by his loving sisters, Clary A. Robinson and Catherine Gray, as well as his brothers, Ellie Lee and Joseph (Thelma) Robinson. He is also survived by his nieces Margie Johnson, Tasha Robinson, Rachelle Williams, Blossom Andrea (Louis) Hunter, Annie-Lou Robinson, and Sade Gray, as well as his nephews Vernon C. Webb III, Joseph Mann Williams, Elliot Robinson, Micheal Robinson, David Gray, Anthony Robinson, and Joseph Robinson