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Rudolph Robinson Jr.
February 9, 1956 ~ October 17, 2023 (age 67) 67 Years Old
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On Tuesday ,October 17, 2023 Rudolph took is flight into eternal peace . He was born on February 9. 1957, in Fort Knox, Kentucky, to the late Dr. Ruby M.
Roberts and his father, Eddie Boston.
Rudolph's life was a remarkable journey filled with love, learning, and service. He
for knowledge led him to Albany State University, where he pursued a degree in mathematics and became a proud Fraternity Brother of Alpha Phi Omega.
Rudolph's career path was marked by his determination to provide for his family. From a co-op opportunity in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, he returned to Georgia to work at Nashville Mills. In
addition to his primarv job. he ventured into lawn service, a passion that soon became his life's work.
For nearly four decades, he tirelessly cared for lawns, gardens, and landscapes, earning the respect and trust of many clients
Beyond his professional life, Rudolph found immense joy in simple pleasures. His hobbies, fishing, and mowing grass, brought him tranquility and fulfillment.
Rudolph's faith journey was profound. He began his spiritual upbringing at Bethel Missionary Baptist Church and later found his calling in the Church of Christ on Elm Street in Adel, Georgia. He not only embraced Christ into his heart but also shared the Word of God as a preacher, serving the Church of Christ in Douglas, Georgia, for many years. His devotion to the Lord was unwavering, and he truly loved to
Rudolph's love extended to his family, and he cherished every moment with them. His wife, Donna Robinson, shared 21 Amazing Years with him and is forever grateful for their time together.
Rudolph leaves behind a legacy of love and devotion, survived by his loving family, including his two sons, Rudolph Robinson, III, and Ace (Eleanor) Robinson; two daughters, Victoria (Yahdo) Warner and Renee Robinson; his siblings. Willa Simmons, Wendell Robinson, Ruby Lynn Sullivan, 'Aneissa (Lakeith) Haynes, and Edwina Boston. He is also remembered by his seven adoring grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and special friends
Rudolph's memory will live on in the hearts of all those who had the privilege of knowing him. May he rest in eternal peace