Stacy D. Robinson was born on November 18, 1971 to Betty Zane Morris and Freddie Lee Robinson in El Dorado, AR.
On Wednesday, January 10, 2018, Stacy was tired and closed his eyes in death at home in Strong, AR, with loved ones by his side.
Stacy united in holy matrimony to Sabrina Thompson Robinson on June 7, 2012. To this union a special bond was created with five wonderful children.
At an early age, Stacy confessed his belief in Christ at Shiloh Baptist Church. He was a Strong High School Class of 1990 graduate. After high school he attended Arkansas Barber College where he obtained the professional skills to cut hair.
If clothes could describe a person, camouflage would be the description for Stacy. He loved to hunt, fish, and cooked whatever he brought home.
He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Daisy Lee Gill and George Morris.
To cherish Stacy's memories is his wife: Sabrina Robinson of Strong, AR; his daughter: Sabrina Billings-Robinson of El Dorado, AR; four sons: Keontae Mitchell-Robinson and Stacy Robinson, Jr both of Huttig, AR, Jaylen Robinson of Newport, AR and Ethan Harris-Robinson of Strong, AR; his mother: Betty Robinson of Strong, AR and his father: Freddy (Earlean) Robinson of Strong, AR; his grandparents George and Fannie Robinson of Strong, AR; two sisters: Tawana (Reginald) Daniels of Strong, AR and Rhonda Faye (Shawn) Williams of El Dorado, AR; one brother: Wayne (Wynonna) Williams of Strong, AR; his mother-in-law: Annie (Charles) Booker of Warren, AR; his father-in-law: Ardis (Gloria) Thompson of Saginaw, MI; grandmother-in-law: Mandy Abson of Strong, AR; three sister-in-laws: Catricia Neal and Kathy Thompson both of Atlanta, GA, Terri Thompson of Bloomington, IL; one brother-in-law: Ardis Lamar (Takia) Thompson of Bloomington, IL; sister; (by love), Siliba "Toya" Watson of El Dorado, AR; eight grandchildren: Natalie, Armani, Kyler, Na'cose, August, Amara, Kyleigh and Ryleigh and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends.
Funeral service will be held Saturday, January 20, 2018 at Curry Chapel A.M.E Church in Strong, AR at 12:00 pm.
Visitation will be held from 11 until service time at the church.
Burial will follow in the Gill Cemetery under the direction of Mitchell Memorial Funeral Service of Crossett, AR.