Remembering Robin Ms. Robin Teresa Williams, daughter of the late Robert Lee Wiilams Sr and Melvina Jane Riley Williams, was born on March 13, 1963 in Washington, DC. God appeared on Friday, July 30, 2021 and reached down, took her hand and walked her into the marvelous light of heaven’s gate. Ms. Robin (Ma, Ma Robin) (as known to others) was educated and graduated from Assumption Catholic School and her secondary education at Frank W. Ballou High School, in Washington, DC. Ms. Robin accepted Christ as her lord and savior at Assumption Catholic Church. Robin later joined Ecclesia Fellowship led by pastor Thaddeus Steele; afterwards she joined Empowerment Place led by pastor Laura & Brian Allen. While serving at Empowerment Place Fellowship Robin held a lot of responsibilities from driving the church van picking up members at 6 am when church didn't start until 9 am lol, to helping the finance team, coordinate church meals, organize children's day(s), and etc. The last church Robin joined was Tabernacle of Praise in Waldorf, MD led by pastor Carla & Kevin White. While serving there Robin became the administrative assistant for the usher ministry then promoted to the president of the ushers board. When it came to serving the lord Robin was all for it. Ms. Robin began her working career driving for Montgomery County school system, she also did hair in the 80’s, she held jobs as construction worker, office assistant,metro access Robins last place of employment was Medstar Southern Maryland Hospital where she was a unit secretary clerk. Ms. Robin was preceded by her sister the late Kelley Williams-Wilson, and two brothers the late Robert Lee Williams Jr and Kevin (fatts) Williams Ms. Robin leaves to cherish her love as a caring mother of two children, Theresia A. Howard and Anthony D. Williams. Six grandkids, Isaiah Howard, Eugene Jordan III, (eternity) Yeternity Williams, Dylan Crews, Jeremiah Jordan, baby Anthony Williams Jr. And a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family and loving friends.
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