Anthony “Toni” Robinson

In Memorial

Anthony Robinson (Toni) was born on November 29, 1952 in Cincinnati, OH. He was the son of the late Fannie Mae Robinson and Eugene Russell of Atlanta, GA. Anthony was proceded in death by his wife Patricia Ann Robinson, his Mother, Fannie Mae Robinson, Grandparents; William Robinson, Mary Moton, Travis and Isabell Russell, Sister; Sharon Russell and Nephew, Aquino Reeves.

Anthony accepted Christ at an early age.  He graduated from Courter Technical High School in 1971 of Cincinnati, OH.  He then relocated to Columbus, OH in 1980 where he began employment at the Orient State Institution for Developmental Disabilities. He then worked as a Researcher Assistant at the Battelle Memorial Institute. Up until his death Anthony was formerly employed at William Hopkins LLC where he was a member of the Maintenance Crew and became very Skilled in Home Repairs.
Toni was very loved by many. He was a very sociable, kind, and charming person. He enjoyed listening to Jazz, Watching Old Western and Action movies, and Playing Chess with his good friend Johnny Ross. Tonie will be truly missed.
Anthony leaves to cherish Brother Amos Howard Jr ( Yvonne) of Indianapolis, IN; Sisters, Gail Russell of Atlanta, GA, and Jenice Johnson of Cincinnati, OH; Aunts, Mary Alice Townsend (Jesse), Linda Talison, Carolin Rawls, Ruth Tyus (Henry), and Sharon Smith all of Cincinnati, OH ; Five Daughters, Elaine Mcghee (Marcus Sr.) of Cincinnati, OH. Toni Robinson, Tonya Robinson of Miami, FL. Johnetta Jackson and Shila Griffith; Eight Grandsons, Christopher Sopher, Justin Sopher, Samuel Lee White, Santana Nelson, Braylon Griffith, Marcus Mcghee Jr, Marques Mcghee and Joshua Robinson; Four Granddaughters, Rian Robinson, Ya’ Netta Troutman, Lanijah Jackson and Lanariah Jackson; His Devoted Life Companion Harriett Tyree; and a host of Nieces, Nephews, Cousins and Friends left to Cherish his Memory.
Memorial Service 2:00pm Saturday, January 23, 2016 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE 2500 Cleveland Ave.

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