Judith E. Robinson, 89, of Findlay Ohio passed away peacefully in her home on March 10, 2020.
Judith was born on May 15th, 1930 in Lima Ohio to Amarillia "Rilla" and Don Starr. She married Hal Robinson in September 1953. She was preceded in death by her loving husband Hal Robinson and son Douglas parents, and brother Howard Starr. Still surviving, sister Rose J. Pieh, son Max A. (Sue) Robinson, Clarklake, MI, granddaughter - Tasha (Jason) Perry, daughter Jodi D. Robinson-Dunn, Colorado Springs, CO. grandsons: Kyle & Kevin Dunn, granddaughter Torri (Kevin)Shenise Findlay, great grandchildren Brady & Laine Shenise, daughter in law - Lisa Robinson, Findlay, granddaughter Tiffany (Bradley) Contreras, great grandchildren Octavin & Zaden Gonzales
Judith graduated High School in 1948 "Central High" Lima Ohio. She worked her way through college at North Shore Clinical laboratory in Evanston, IL, as a laboratory technician and graduated from Kindel College with a degree in Religious Education in 1952.
She started her career as a Laboratory Technician at Memorial Hospital in Lima Ohio in 1952 and married Hal Robinson in 1953 after only dating 6 months. They were married for 60 years before Hal passed on. The couple moved into their first and only home in Findlay Ohio on May 26th, 1955 the night they moved in their first child was born. "Douglas E. Robinson". The couple was blessed with two more children Max A. Robinson "Michigan" and Jodi D. Robinson-Dunn "Colorado". The family enjoyed weekend's in Michigan at their summer cottage on Wolf Lake. If you listen closely around 5:00p.m. you can still hear the dinner bell ringing around the lake as Judy would call in all of her children and grandchildren for dinner. The happy memories shared at the little cottage on Wolf Lake will remain in the hearts of all who spent time there.
Judith worked her whole life as a Laboratory Technician for many different doctors in Findlay.
She became a member of Christ Church in 1957 and one of her greatest joys next to her family was teaching Sunday School and being a part of the Caring committee with Journey at Christ Church.
Judith had a great love for literature. She spent every spare minute with a good book in her hands. Judith was beloved by all that knew her. Her heart was happy and she knew how to portray her love for life. She was always ready to share a laugh, a funny story, book, recipe, lend an ear and brighten a day. Judith will be deeply missed by her children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, sister, nieces, nephews and dear friends.
Visitation for Judith will be on Friday, March 13, 2020 from 4:00-7:00 PM in the HANNEMAN FUNERAL HOME, 201 Osborn Ave. Judith’s Celebration of Life Service will be on Saturday, March 14, 2020 at 11:00 AM in Journey at Christ Church, 225 West Bigelow Avenue, Findlay.
We are grateful for your thoughts and prayers. We are especially grateful to the nice people from Journey at Christ Church, her dear friends, Sharon at Caretakers USA and the caring staff at Bridge Hospice for all their Kindness in Judith's last year of life.
In lieu of flowers you can make donations to Journey at Christ Church or Bridge Hospice of Findlay in her name.
Hanneman Funeral Home is honored to serve Judith’s family and encourages those wishing to send a condolence or a fond memory to visit www.hannemanfh.com
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