Charles Edward Robinson Sr.

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Charles Edward
Robinson, Sr.
MILLEN, GA formerly of BARNWELL, SC - Charles
Edward Robinson, Sr., affectionately known as "Charlie Rock" or "GI" by his fellow National Guardsman, was born December 19, 1958 to the late Josephine Harris Robinson in Barnwell, S.C. He entered into rest Monday April 20, 2015 at Optium Medical Center after a long illness at Bethney Pruitt Health in Millen, G.A. He was preceded in death by his mother, a brother, Willie George Patterson, and a sister, Gail Scott Porterfield.
Before his illness, he was employed with the town of Williston for 13 years. He also worked for the Maytag Corporation for 5 years. He served in the Co B 122 D ENGR of the Barnwell National Guard for 18 years. During his years with the National Guard, he served in Ecuador, Honduras and Panama. Because of his illness, he was Medically Discharged under Honorable conditions.
He was united in holy matrimony in 1986. He leaves to cherish his loving memories, his wife, Eartha Mae Robinson, two sons, Charles Edward Robinson, Jr. and Regis Robinson. He is also survived by his father, George Scott, or Springfield, S.C. and seven sisters: Virginia Harris of Millen, G.A., Barbara (Jimmy) Bradham, Charlene Robinson of Orangeburg, S.C., Joyce Scott, Violene Scott of Springfield, S.C., Sherry Patterson, Betty Patterson of Aiken, S.C.; five brothers: William (Helen) Patterson, Fredrick (Kisher) Scott and Dale Scott of Springfield, S.C., James (Linda) Robinson of Barnwell, S.C., Steve Scott of Blackville, S.C.; sister-in-law's and brother-in-laws: Roy (Lessie) Corbett, Arthur Hutto, Sandford Hutto, Larry Hutto of Williston, S.C., and a host of family and friends.
Services were held Thursday, April 30, 2015. Kirkland Funeral Home of Millen, G.A. was in charge of services.
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James A. Kirkland Mortuary
135 N Gray St
Millen, GA 30442
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Published in The Aiken Standard and North Augusta Star on May 2, 2015