Johnathan Robinson

Obituary of Johnathan Andrew Robinson

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Johnathan Andrew Robinson “Johnny” went to heaven January 24, 2024, at Chippenham Medical Center.  Johnny was born August 5, 1963.  He was preceded in death by his father, Martin Robinson, son, Christopher Fletcher Robinson, two sisters, Tammy, and Sarah.


Johnny was a kind and caring man.  He loved his family, loved fishing in his boat, hunting with friends and riding his 4-wheeler with Cheyenne.  She would tell him “Come on Pawpaw lets go 4-wheeling”. 


Johnny is survived by his wife of forty years. Tammy Robinson; son, Johnathan R. Robinson “JR”; granddaughter whom he loved with all his heart, Cheyenne Faith Robinson; brother-in-law, Bucky Moore; sister-in-law, Roxanne Johnson (Billy); aunts, nieces, nephews, other relatives, and many friends, devoted, Big Jim, Floyd, Bigfoot, Swamp Dog, and many, many more too numerous to name.



                                                           SERVICES                                                          INTERMENT



Thursday,  February 1, 2024  -  2:00 PM


               Mt. Hope Baptist Church

                                                            7831 Namozine Road

Amelia, Virginia 23002


Eulogist - Pastor Sam Mayo

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2:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Wednesday, January 31, 2024
V.Y. Scott Funeral Home Memorial Chapel
14001 Patrick Henry Hwy
Amelia Court House, Virginia, United States

Funeral Service

2:00 pm
Thursday, February 1, 2024
Mt. Hope Baptist Church
7831 Namozine Road
Amelia, Virginia, United States
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Johnathan Robinson

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Johnathan Robinson

1963 - 2024

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