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Mrs. Izola Robinson West

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The funeral service for Mrs. Izola West of Smithville, Georgia will be held on Saturday, August 18, 2018 at 11:00 A.M. at the Jerusalem Baptist Church in Smithville, Georgia with Pastor Ricky Cladd officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.

Mrs. Izola Robinson West was born in Sumter County, Georgia on July 23, 1935 to the parentage of the late Rev. Leonard Champion and Ola Mae Robinson.  She was affectionately known as “Dobie”.  

Dobie was an Unsung Hero in the eyes of her children and grandchildren.  She was and will always be remembered as a Super Mom.  Although she has never had her achievements displayed on a billboard, her picture has never been featured on the cover of a famous magazine, she has never walked the hall of fame, neither has she ever had a crowd of people calling her name; nevertheless, by God’s Grace and her faith in God, she has modeled a selfless and sacrificial life of love, kindness, generosity, great strength and hard work that will forever be impressed in her children’s hearts and all whom she encountered. 

Izola Robinson was married to the late Charley C. West.   She was a loving and devoted mother who loved God and cherished her family.  She was educated in the Sumter County Public Schools.  She was respectfully known for her good cooking, hair pressing and the proud mother of eleven beautiful children.  She was employed at the Light House Restaurant as a cook for over fifteen years.  She was a faithful member of Mount Pleasant Baptist Church up until her change in health.   

Izola was preceded in death by her husband, Charley C. West; her parents, (Leonard) and Mable Champion and John and (Ola Mae) Robinson Terry. She was also preceded in death by her children, M.C. Robinson, Kirk Robinson, Larry Robinson and Marvin West; one grandson, Dacy Robinson, Sr.; one grandson-in-law, Marvin Farrell Wilson; her brothers: Leonard Robinson, Clinton Terry, Joe Terry, C.W. Terry, Johnny Terry, Henry Robinson and Joe Terry; her sisters: Mae Vessel Trice, Annie Lloyd, Bessie Hunter and Catherine Terry Hicks; nephews: James Trice and Anthony Gene Trice.

Dobie leaves to cherish her memories, one sister, Rosa Lee Thomas, Montezuma, GA; one brother, George Fish, Atlanta GA; two sons: Curtis (Stephanie) Leon West, Hinesville, GA and Gregory (Priscilla) West, Americus, GA; five daughters: Viola West, Shelia Smith, Gretel (Levi) Smith, all of Smithville, GA, Beverly (Chris) Dingle, Plains, GA, Vaturnia (Wallace) Ingram, Americus, GA; one daughter in law, Nancy Robinson, Smithville, GA; thirty-four grandchildren, thirty great-grandchildren and  a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends survive.

To view this service live or at a later date, click on the link below:

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/CTFY4VcAPbQ


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D. Wilson United States
8/29/2018 9:20:56 AM #

To the Robinson and West family of Mrs. Izola, I would like to express by condolences to you on your loss.  Losing a loved one in death is never easy, but we can find comfort in the God who comfort us in our time of need. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)  Also, the Bible helps us to see that there is a real hope of being reunited with our dead loved ones. (John 5:28,29) Jehovah God hates death and he views it as an enemy and that's why he promises to do away with it forever. (Isaiah 25:8)

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