Betty Jane Robinson

Sunrise: May 24, 1956

Sunset: August 9, 2020

Graveside Services

April 15, 2020

12 o'Clock Noon

Oaks A.M.E Church

2920 Oaks Rd. 
Summerton, SC 29148

Ms. Betty Jane Robinson, a daughter of the late David and Eartha Mae Montgomery Robinson, was born May 24, 1956, in Clarendon County. Betty departed this life on Sunday, August 9, 2020, at Prisma Health Tuomey in Sumter, SC after an extended illness.


Betty was doing fine until mid-May when her health began to decline rapidly. The Lord saw that she was getting tired so He plucked her from this world where her illnesses had begun to wear her down.


Betty was a friendly person but she didn’t mind speaking her mind when necessary. She had this deep roaring laugh which made you laugh just to hear it.


Betty was brought up in a Christian home and joined the Oaks African Methodist Episcopal Church at an early age. She attended the public schools of Clarendon County.


During Betty’s lifetime, she worked in Food Services and Environmental Services, lastly working at KOA Campgrounds in Summerton (North Santee), SC.


She is preceded in death by her parents, her grandparents, three (3) brothers —  James Allen, Eddie Lee and Leroy Robinson, one (1) sister, Lila Mae Robinson, and many aunts, uncles, and other relatives.


Though she didn’t have any children of her own, she could be viewed as a mother figure. In passing she leaves to cherish her memories; a devoted friend Mr. James E. Tindal, her assistant/cousin Deaconess Sherial (Deacon Bobby) Pearson, Bobby Javan, Bryson (Lil Rat as she called him) and Hayden Pearson; an aunt Mrs. Tora Lee Marion; 1st cousins: Evangelist Christine (Johnny) Garrett; Sally Ann (Jeff) Nelson; Pastor Loretta (Allen) Sumpter; Pastor Eartha (Deacon Perry) Carter; Daisy Bennett; Stacey (Lydia) Johnson; Sharon Pringle and Shelia Bradley; George (Hilda) Robinson, Jr.; Clarence Robinson; Willie Bowman; Gussie Bowman; Al Bowman; Willie (Bill-Bo) Lawson and other cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.


Unfortunately in the world that we are living in these days, families aren’t able to fellowship with one another, their friends or church families so as we leave this place today let’s continue to pray for and support each other by phone or social media.