Mrs. Susan Marie "Sue" Robinson, 61, O’Fallon, Missouri, passed away on August 29, 2023. Born on May 17, 1962, in St. Louis, MO. Sue was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. She will be deeply missed by all who know her.
Sue was a kind and compassionate soul, always ready to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. She had a warm and inviting personality, and her infectious laughter would brighten any room. Sue was passionate about playing games and spending quality time with her family. Though she may have initially claimed she didn't want to be bothered, she was full of joy and enthusiasm once you got her talking.
Sue obtained her G.E.D. in her educational journey and embarked on a fulfilling career. After returning home from the military alongside her husband, she began working at the Page & Union Drug Store as a cashier, where she dedicated nearly 20 years of her life. Later, Sue transitioned to Russell's TV shop, where she excelled as a manager. However, her true calling led her to open the Home Adventure Daycare, where she provided a nurturing environment for children for several years until her retirement in 2014.
Sue had many hobbies that brought her great joy outside her professional life. She was an avid card player, enjoyed games like Monopoly, and deeply loved movies. Sue found solace in the kitchen, where she delighted her loved ones with her delicious cooking. She had a green thumb and enjoyed spending time gardening. Additionally, Sue was creative and enjoyed various crafts and sewing projects.
Sue is survived by her loving husband, Carl Robinson, and their three sons, Carlos A. Robinson, Kevin B. Robinson, and Cameron X Robinson. She also leaves her adored grandchildren: Miesha Robinson, Carlos A Robinson, Jr., Amelia Robinson, and great-granddaughter Mi'Lania Robinson. In addition, Sue is mourned by her brother, Wilber Dickens, Jr., her sisters, Darlene Johnson and Antionette Dickens, and her brothers, Rodney E Dickens, Anthony Dickens, and Maurice Dickens. She was preceded in death by her father, Wilber Dickens, Sr., her mother, Gertie B. Dickens, and her aunt, Dorothy Mae Walker.
Sue touched the lives of many with her kindness, love, and infectious spirit. She will be remembered as a devoted wife, a caring mother, a doting grandmother, and a beloved friend. May her soul rest in eternal peace.