My deepest condolences to the family. Though it hurts to loose a loved one, our special memories can help us cope. May the memories that you cherish, continue to bring you both joy and comfort during this time of sorrow. Matthew 5:4
Rob I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family will be in my prayers.
My heartfelt condolences to your family on the loss of this wonderful person. Always so friendly, genuine and a joy to be around, one could not help but feel her enthusiasm for life. I SO wish I could have conveyed in person how welcomed she always made me feel. I know all will miss her greatly! Sincerely, Debbie Bradley
So saddened and heartbroken to see this news. My heart goes out to the Durrett family, and I know that as the family says goodbye the Angels rejoiced at her arrival. She was a ray of sunshine, witty and charming. We love you all and continue to pray for comfort and healing at this time, Cindy and David McElroy.
My memories of Robin are all happy ones . I know she will be greatly missed.
Rob and Jim, I am so sorry to hear this! Just want you all to know my family and I are think of you. And are praying for the comfort, from God, to be with you all!
Marty, Anne, Rob and Jim: I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of your mom. We go back a few years (1957) when you all first lived in Bel-air. I still have memories of those early days with your family, having dinner around the lazy susan table, and then also the days at your house on the red river with the flour mill across the street. How many Christmas pictures with you all on the sled in front of the house. Your mom was one of my favorites. Bless you all. Cindy Quick Vogelei
Rob and Jim I'm sorry to hear about your loss, I'll keep your family in my prayers.
Rickey Ray Columbia Tenn.
My children went to school with Robin and Bobby's and loved the Durrett family. My first husband was Norman Wooten, who died in 1985 and my children, are Dan and Normalynn. I was associated with Robin in school activities and loved her. Our family sends condolences to the Durrett family. I am now 81 and married to James A. Lewis (brother of Clay), who was with the Bell Systems for 38 yrs. as an Electrical Engineer and we retired in Birmingham, AL.
I was so sorry hear hear about Miss Robin's passing. She was always such a gracious and fun loving Southern lady. I can still hear her voice today. My deepest condolences go to her family.
Cindy Glover Ruegsegger
I am so sorry to her of Miss Robin's passing. May the peace of God be with your family.
Cindy Glover Ruegsegger
To Robin's Family ... how sad it is to each of us to learn of Robin's death. What a wonderful lady! We enjoyed her immensely during our Clarksville days. She was so welcoming, supportive and hospitable to us. She was gracious and delightful in so many ways. We know she was deeply loved by her family and enjoyed by so many in the community and at Madison Street UMC. She will be greatly missed. Having just learned this news it will be impossible for us to get there to be with you for the Celebration of her life; we join all of you in spirit and will remember you in our prayers. Our hearts are heavy in light of her passing. God rest her sweet soul.
Sincerely, Rev. Dave McIntyre, Patty, Ingrid and Abraham
Jim so very sorry for your family's loss. My thoughts & prayers are with you all.
Jim, We are so sorry for your loss. May God bless and comfort you and your family at this time.
Ronnie and Cheryl
What a grand lady. And quite a character :)) Always smiling and having a good time. She'll be missed by all. I know she and Maimee are having a large time now!!
Rob,Jim, Marty and all of the family my heartfelt symphathy is extended to all. Your mom was a very nice lady and a great person always helping
those less fortunate.We must forever cherish her memories and all the good times as this will get everyone through this sad time and help the healing process. May you forever RIP Mrs Durrett as everyone that knew her will always remember the good times.
Jim, Rob, Anne, and Marty. I'm just seeing this late tonight while viewing the paper on line. I am so, so sorry to hear this news of your Mom, Mrs. Robin Durrett. I have so many special memories of being around her since Byrns Darden days. Out at that big, love filled house playing, birthday parties, school stuff. Making it a point to visit her for probably the first 25 years I came home for Christmas after moving to Florida. That was at the top of my things to do list each time I came home. We all know how much fun, and how loved she was by all. I'm missing her already, and I know all the Clarksville community, and her large, loving family will miss her . R.I.P SWEET PERSON..
I was very sorry to read of your loss. Your Mom's smile and great voice will always be remembered. Kind thoughts to you and your family.
What a sweetheart she was. Mrs Robin will be sadly missed by all that knew and loved her. On behalf of the Albright family we extend our condolences to the Durrett family.
She will be missed by many as well as loved by all!!! Her family is in my prayers.
My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family.
Miss Robin touched the lives and hearts of so many, including me. I am fortunate to have shared many happy times with all of you and her and I am blessed with many happy memories.
I regret not being able to share that with you on person but I am In UNC Hospital with Tom who had knee replacement surgery yesterday.
With love, Kay
Marty, So sorry for your loss. Prayers are with you.
To the Durrett family my condolences. I'll always have fond memories, as a young boy, playing in the creek across from the mill and all the great times I had there. And of course that unmistakable voice of Mrs Robin... oozing that Southern charm. What a great lady!
Our thoughts are with you all.