Kelley Robinson

Kelley Robinson, was born in Tennessee, to Bobby and Josephine Pruett. Born October 14, 1959, and went home to the Lord, September 22, 2021. In between the start and the finish, she led a full life by her choices and would have it no other way. Take a breath, relax, and follow along for in no particular order

She served honorably in the Navy,
Started a family young.
Love the Lord with all her heart,
Praised Him daily with her song.
Was Project Manager at a big important firm,
Always seeking new things for her kids to learn.
A homemaker, foster mom, an advocate too;
A shining example, an adopter, that’s the Kelley we knew.
She’d forge a path, find a way where others saw a wall,
Enjoyed the simple, like hitting husband with a snowball.
Has many kids, two baseball teams worth,
No matter the situation, family always came first.
That’s a bit of who she was and why we loved her so,
Forever and always in our hearts
Now, with love, her planted seeds will grow.
We love you, Kelley.

The family will receive friends for a time of shared greetings and memories on Saturday, October 02, 2021, from 2:00 until 3:00 at the Enopian Theatre Company, 3814 Commercial Court Martinez, GA. 30907. At 3:00, a celebration of life will be held at Warren Baptist, 3203 Washington Road Augusta, GA. 30907.

Chance & Hydrick Funeral Directors, 2502 Richmond Hill Road, Augusta, GA 30906.

4 responses to “Kelley Robinson”

  1. Dance with Jesus my beautiful friend! I love you dearly and I will miss you much, until we see each other again, for all eternity

  2. Kelley. One of my dearest friends. From HS , choral, getting together at your moms home. You are a most sweetest person. So proud that I could see you in the last HS reunion and so proud of you.
    Suzy, Scott and family my loving prayers are with you. God bless all of Kelley’s great family and know God is with all.

  3. Although we only knew each other a few short years, you were an incredible friend and support for me. You helped sustain and pull me through some of the hardest times in our adoption story. Always at the ready to help another and share resources and your time. What an amazing example of how we should treat each other. Until we meet on the other side, fly high and dance through those golden streets! You will be deeply missed! <3

  4. My heart broke as I read of your passing last night . You amazed me at every turn you ( and your hubby ) took to find ways to bring children into your home and heart that had once been unwanted . You were an angel on earth indeed . I m sure He welcomed you into His arms as He said “ Job well done , my good and faithful servant “ …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Request A Consultation