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Errol Anthony Robinson

April 20, 1957 ~ July 20, 2018 (age 61)

On April 20, 1957 in the life of Lena Frith and Gladson Robinson; a beautiful gift was given to them both; the gift of a handsome baby boy. It was such a joy for them both so they named him Errol Anthony  Robinson in the parish of Manchester, Jamaica. 


 Errol grew up most of his youth in Jamaica with his grandmother. His mother who at the time living in New York took him to live with her and make himself into a man. It wasn't long after Errol came to New York before he started working doing any jobs he could do. He began going to parties and girl hunting and he fell in love with one girl named Gloria where they had four beautiful children named Erica, Violet, Malcolm, and Errol Jr. They both loved their children very much. Sadly this union didn’t continue so they went their separate ways. Errol was a ladies man, so it didn't take long for him to find another lady, going to parties and having a good time. He then got another job as a motor vehicle maintenance which he loved and did with great pride and joy for many years. On October of 2016 Errol had a severe stroke which took him out of his job. He was unable to manage on his own so his  mother Lena sent for him to live with her here in FL where she took good care of him with the help of her husband Mr. Aston. While living here Errol got three more strokes which took him in and out of the hospital. During these times he accepted Jesus as his personal Savior from sin and baptized in 2017. Errol was such a person, so happy that his mother called “Happy Baby”. He could really laugh , one of favorite saying was “lawd inna America”. On Friday, July 20, 2018 he slept away peacefully with his nurse by his side.


Errol leaves to cherish his memories his Loving Mother: Lena Frith; Step-Father: Aston Frith; Sons: Malcolm Robinson and Errol Robinson Jr.; Daughters: Erica Robinson and Violet Robinson; Four Brothers: Malcolm Robinson, Neville Robinson, Michael  Stewart and  Hopeton; Three Sisters: Joy Ward, Shirley Ogorro, and Monica Stewart and a host of  Grandchildren, Nieces, Nephews, and other Loving  Family and Grieving Friends.


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