Deacon Theodore A. Robinson Jr.

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Home going Celebration for Deacon Theodore A. Robinson Jr. (Brother Ted), Age 80 Sunrise July 2, 1940 Sunset October 26, 2020 at Winchester nursing facility in Canal Winchester.

Daddy, really love the lord, performing the Lord’s work really made him happy to share the message of God with everyone. No matter where you were he’ll stop and grab your hand and start praying for you, if you allow him to. Daddy loved ministering to all ages. He was very much love by all.

He was preceded in death by his parents Lucille Hunter and Theodore A. Robinson Sr.; Sister Joanna Dixon, Silvia (Forest Harris), Late Mary Robinson and Nannie Robinson.

He leaves to cherish his Memories his Daughter Dear Nicole Geiger and Loving Son-in-Law Benjamin Asare of Columbus, Ohio, Three grandchildren; six great grandchildren; Amber M Thomas, Alfred M. Geiger and Darren Cunningham Jr.,; a host of nieces, nephews; Robbie, Carlos Harris of Columbus, Ohio, cousins and friends, church members and one Dear friend of the family Billy Miller (Nicole Radden).

He will greatly be missed.

PRIVATE Visitation 10:00 AM and Funeral Service 11:00 AM Friday, November 6, 2020 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave.

A MASK IS MANDATORY.

Interment at Eastlawn Cemetery.

Online Obituary Donation in memory of Deacon Theodore A. Robinson Jr.

Condolence Messages

  1. We would like to extend our condolences to the family. Continue to rely on God and know that he hears your prayers, because he cares for you. Truly sorry for your loss.

  2. So sad to hear about my cousin Theodore. I remember him as an obedient, and dedicated Servant of God. My sincere condolences to our family.

    — Phyllis Robinson (1st Cousin)
    614-596-4863

  3. Deacon Ted was a faithful man of God! He loved the Lord and was not ashamed to let everyone know. He was a faithful member of Little Rock Church! Deacon Ted was a giver and always helping everyone. Rest in Heaven faithful man of God. Love you! You led by example! Condolences to the family for your loss of a beautiful man of God!

  4. Dear Nicole and Family please accept our condolences during this difficult season.
    May God strengthen you all and comfort your hearts and give you peace.
    We are praying for you.
    Sincerely,
    Larry and Beverly Henderson
    Little Rock Church of Christ

  5. Jodi Pannell Fluellen

    Deacon Ted was a wonderful man who loved God & was excited about it! He will be missed greatly, but fondly remembered! Prayers to the family during this difficult time! May God hold you close. ❤
    Jodi Pannell
    Little Rock Church of Christ

  6. Constance R. Burke

    Deacon Theodore Robinson was a good man with a kind heart who was faithfully committed to the Lord Jesus Christ. He was an outstanding praise and worship leader always serving with enthusiasm. Dea. Ted loved to laugh and encourage others. He always showed kindness to our family, especially our children. It has been an honor to know him.
    Robinson Family,
    we pray that God will give you comfort and His peace during this difficult time.
    Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God. St. Matthew 5:8
    Love,
    Pastor Blair & Constance Burke Family
    Little Rock Church of Christ

  7. To the family of Deacon Ted Robinson, the Croom family sends prayers and condolences. May the memories you shared bring joy. May the peace of God keep you and the family.

    Cloria Croom
    Little Rock Church of Christ

  8. Bro Ted was such an awesome man of God who will be deeply missed. We will always remember him praising the Lord and being a faithful servant!!! Our condolences and prayers are with you. We love you Bro. Ted and rest easy in the arms of Jesus!

    Little Rock Church, ABYPU

  9. Bro Ted…you was always a Mouth Piece for Ministry to win soul for the lored You was a prime example for what a TRUE WITNESS is for Christ in sooooo many many was…from word from deeds from Giving and you didn’t complain not once ( not that I seen or heard) you brought stuff to the church to give out free …from bread, sweets Danishs, do it’s chips( and till this day I love ketchup chips)…yet you always tell us youth to stay connect to God and you will always show you love God not by just words like I said you SHOW IT…Thank you for showing that example in my life…TO SHOW THE LOVE OF GOD BY GIVING..You will be miss..S.I.S

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