September 30, 1939 ~ June 8, 2007
Born in: Buncombe Co.,
Resided in: Leicester, NC
Guy V Robinson, 67, of 20 Wood Rose Lane, Leicester, died Friday, June 8, 2007, at his residence. Mr. Robinson was born in Buncombe Co. and was a son of the late Dewey Lee and Dorothy Louisa Worley Robinson. Mr. Robinson was employed with Southern Concrete. He was a member of Union Baptist Church where he was Chairman of Deacons. Mr. Robinson is survived by his wife of 48 years, Carolyn Cox Robinson; daughter, Karen R. Honeycutt and husband Darrell; son, Michael Robinson; sisters, Barbara Duckett, Judy Miller, Brenda Redmond, Genia Teague, Patsy Barnes, and Burnette Robinson; brothers, Jerry Robinson, and Ricky Robinson; and four grandchildren, Jessica Honeycutt-Hensley and husband Brandon, and Jennifer, Jeremy and Julie Honeycutt. Funeral services will be at 2:30 p.m. Monday at Union Baptist Church with the Revs. Ray Roberts and James Bryant officiating. Interment will follow in the church?s cemetery. His family will receive friends 6:30-9:00 p.m. Sunday at Groce Funeral Home on Patton Avenue. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Union Baptist Church Cemetery Fund, c/o Amy Brookshire, 749 N. Turkey Creek Rd., Leicester, NC, 28748.
Carolyn, Karen & Micheal:
You are in our thoughts and prayers. Guy V was a special man that will be remembered as a ‘Godly’ man. He loved his family and friends and you could truely see that in the life that he lived. He will have no more suffering in ‘Heaven’. I can just imagine how the angels are rejoicing and love ones who have passed before him. He will be missed ‘Greatly’!!! We love you and if you need anything let us know.
Larry, Laura, Jonathan, & Kristin Shepherd
Just like a brother! I worked with you at Bordens and Southern Concrete, I know you’ll be waiting when I get to the other side! My prayers are with Mike and the rest of the family.
Sorry to hear about the loss of your loved one. Our deepest sympathy with love and prayers. Sorry we can’t attend-we are out of town visiting our daughter in Kentucky.
Jimmie and Shirley Fender
Dear Robinson and Honeycutt families,
As you know our prayers are with you during this time and always. I couldn’t tell you how precious he was and always will be to us. You can be proud to know that you were certainly blessed to have such a wonderful husband, father, and grandfather. We’re thankful that he was our friend. He certainly wouldn’t want any of us to be sad so we just have to remeber his smile since it was so contagious and maybe it will help all of us through this time. We love you!
Carolyn, Karen, and Michael
We are sorry for your loss, and our deepest sympathy. God has another angel! Guy was truly a man of God and we know that he is at the feet of our Lord praising his name forever more! He has wings and a halo!! Can’t you just see him in his robe of white!!! Praise the Lord!! We Loved Guy very much! We will miss him! And we are looking forward to going home with him! You are all in our prayers and we love you all very much. God Bless you!
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family
You have my deepest sympathy at this difficult time. I’m so sorry for your loss. You’ll be in our thoughts and prayers.
Even though I didn’t know Guy V very well he was always nice to me. He will be missed. I’ve told my husband how he made sure that the drink machine at the truck shop didn’t take my dollar, so he found more than enough change for me. He was a very kind man.
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Robert & Shirley Ramsey
Retired Southern Concrete Employee
We are saddened to hear of Guy’s passing. Please know you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers during this time.
I worked with Guy many years at Southern Concrete and found him a very outstanding person.
Retired Southern Concrete Employee
Retired Southern Concrete Employee
Dear Robinson family, Our prayers and thoughts are with you during this time. Although this wonderful man will be missed, isn’t it great to know that he is with the Lord. We are available if you ever need us. With love, Carroll & Jan
Karen Annette, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time. God bless all of you!!
Dear Carolyn, Karen, Michael and the entire Robinson Family,
I say I’m sending this to the Robinson family but anyone who knew Guy V felt like they were in his family. He will be greatly missed at church. He always said he thanked God for a Golden Opportunity to be at the House of the Lord. Now he’s in a ‘Golden’ place far away from this world and it’s troubles. You are all in our thoughts and prayers in this time of loss.
‘Carry On Church’
Deepest Sympathy to the family. May God Bless you during this sad time. Many years have passed since seeing cousin Guy V. He was always a kind, Godly man. You have our ‘Prayers’
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your Father. We are thinking of you during this difficult time and are praying that God will provide comfort and wrap his arms around you and your family. I am so thankful for the assurance that we will see our loved ones again in Heaven one day.
To A very dear fiend I will hold in
my Heart forever
Guy and Mike would meet every morning down at Elben store.Guy could always get anyone in a good mood. He always had a smile on his face.He will be missed by everyone,and that smile of his.
we are very sorry to hear of your loss deepest sypony an regrets
Dear Robinson Family,so sorry we could not be with you in your time of loss.I remember when GUY V and all the family would come with Aunt Dorothy to visit.He will be missed by all who knew him. you all are in our thoughts and prayers.
My deepest sympathy goes out to the family. Guy was a good friend and outstanding person.
We are so sorry for your loss. We just found out today. We thought the world of Guy V.
SO SORRY TO HEAR OF THE LOSS OF YOUR BELOVED FATHER AND HUSBAND. I REMEMBER HIM COMING INTO TO KMART TO SEE KAREN SOMETIMES WHEN I WORKED THERE AND THE SMILE THAT IT WOULD BRING TO HER FACE. I KNOW IT WILL NOT BE EASY, BUT AT LEAST HE IS IN THE ARMS OF THE LORD AND THE PAIN IS NOW GONE. MAY YOU CONTINUELY KNOW THAT HE IS WITH YOU AND FEEL HIS EVER LOVING ARMS AROUND YOU.
To the Family of Guy V. Robinson,
We were so sorry to hear of your loss, but are assured that Guy is in a much better place than we are. I am sure he wouldnt want to return to this old world of trials & tribulations. Please know that everyone here at Leicester Supply will miss him dearly because he truly was a friend to everyone he met. May God carry you through these tough times ahead that I know you are going to face.
Carolyn, Michael and Karen, We are so sorry for your loss and will miss Guy V. You are all in our prayers.
To Mike and the entire Robinson family, I just found out today about Guy V and I want to express my deepest sympathy. If there is anything I can do for you or your family please let me know.