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Angelia (Angi) Faye Robinson-Waldron

Updated: Apr 16, 2021

Angelia (Angi) Faye Robinson-Waldron was born in Des Moines Iowa on March 15, 1956. She attended Callanan Junior High School and Des Moines Technical High School. After graduation she joined the United States Navy and spent several years in San Jose, California. After leaving the Navy, Angie returned to Des Moines where she worked various jobs and continued to travel to St. Louis MO, Chicago IL, and New York.

Angi enjoyed traveling and would often visit her sisters in Maryland, DC and Virginia. She always enjoyed time with family and friends, a refreshing beverage, a hearty laugh, a few good games of bid whist, dancing and telling jokes. She would call you almost weekly and check on the nieces, nephews and grandbabies. She had a special fondness for her nephews Darreau, Jason and Sean and their time together watching basketball and, football games and the love for their pit bull dogs. She always wanted the best for them, encouraging them to always have a plan, and to live their lives to the fullest.

Angi lived almost fearlessly, meeting each of life’s challenges with courage, determination, and conviction. Through it all, Angie always believed in Christ and accepted him as her lord and savior.

She shared a very special bond of “sisterhood” with our cousin Robin Robinson and our family will always cherish her thoughtfulness in caring for Angie throughout the many years and in her time of need.

Angi leaves to cherish in her memory brothers Eddie Van Robinson, Jr., Teddie L. Robinson (Shirley), Booker C. Robinson and Keith Robinson (Mia), sisters Danelia I. Robinson, A’Lelia M. Robinson-Henry, Rhonda A. Robinson, I’Llana Charnette Robinson, Junelda Robinson and Lynne O. Robinson-Nyguen (An) and a host of nieces, nephews and friends. She was proceeded in death by her parents Eddie Robinson Sr., Mildred L. Jennings- Robinson, sister Ruby L. Robinson and brother Clyde Edwards.

Dearest Angie, we love you. you will truly be missed by so many. Our family chain is missing another link, we are now 10, so until we meet again. Love you My Sister, Always and Forever, your sisters, brothers, family and many friends.

We thank God and his heavenly angels for Angelia “Angi” Faye Robinson-Waldron - and from our hearts, we lovingly thank Angie for the smiles, the joy, and laughter she bought to our lives along the way.

The family appreciates your prayers and condolences. Angi will be buried in a private family ceremony.

John 27 Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives.

Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid



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