Sue Robinson

August 12, 1939 - March 18, 2022
Sue Robinson

Glenda Sue Cain Robinson 82, passed away Friday, March 18, 2022 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center. She was born August 12, 1939 in Wilmington, NC.

Sue was predeceased by her parents Fred and Margaret Cain, Sister Connie and brother-in-law Jackie Horne.

She is survived by her husband of 63 years Gene Robinson; her children Karen Cannon (Jerry), Kelly Robinson of Virgina Beach, Keith Robinson, and Kevin Robinson; sister Fay Genes (Sonny); several nieces, nephews, and great nieces and nephews and a host of friends and extended family.

Sue was a wonderful, fun and devoted wife and mother. She was a long-time member at Cape Fear Presbyterian Church. She was a teacher a Cape Fear Community College for many years and was well liked by her many students and fellow teachers.

Sue established the Gift program- Growing Independently for Tomorrow for adults with Developmental Disabilities thru CFCCollege for her son Kevin. She was very involved in the Autism Society of NC for many years and served on the board at Cape Fear group homes. Sue led a Cub Scout troop for special needs individuals and in recent years she assisted in a Sunday Class for special needs adults at College Acres Baptist Church. She enjoyed doing crafts, her monthly bunco group, being outdoors and especially enjoyed working in her yard.

Sue never met a stranger and was kind to everyone she met. She devoted most of her time and effort in caring for her family and was always there anytime they needed anything.

Sue’s memorial service will be live-streamed below.

 

In lieu of flowers please consider a memorial donation to Cape Fear Group Homes-Pine Valley home via https://www.tmcfunding.com/funds/cape-fear-group-homes-pine-valley-home/6575/

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  • June 22, 2022
    Preston Hicklin says:
    I couldn’t resist commenting. Perfectly written!

  • March 19, 2022
    Keith Robinnson says:
    Goodbye Mama. You will be missed

  • March 19, 2022
    Keith Robinnson says:
    Goodbye Mama. We will miss you

  • March 19, 2022
    Dwayne & Rosie Tootoo Rugg says:
    Gene, Karen, Kelly, Keith and Kevin, We were saddened to hear the news of Sue’s passing. Please know that we are praying for your family that God’s comfort will be close to you at this time of sorrow. We will always be grateful to Sue for giving me (Rosie) my first job after graduating from college. That specific job (Instructor @ CFCC for Development Delays - The Gift Program) opened up many other career doors after leaving CFCC. Sue was an awesome friend, mentor and loved by all who knew her. I remember many many days of telephone conversations where Sue and I laughed and talked and laughed and talked. She was always positive and willing to help anyone in need. Sue was generous and kind. Of all the amazing things that we personally knew about Sue, the most important thing to Sue, the one thing that made her happiest, was her family. Sue loved her family. They brought her the most joy. She talked about them often with a smile. We are thankful that we had the honor to know Sue. She has left a wonderful impact on all who knew her. Love & Prayers, Dwayne & Rosie Tootoo Rugg

  • March 20, 2022
    Shirley Roberts says:
    Gene, Karen, Kelly, Keith and Kevin: I am deeply sad at the passing of Sue. I have many precious memories of times we all spent together, especially during the time of raising you children along with mine. When we moved to Wilmington, we didn’t know anyone here. Sue quickly made us feel welcome and we became Best Friends Forever. I thank God He gave us a home next door to you all! We shared many good times together and helped each other through a few sad times. In the latter years we enjoyed our lunches our lunches together and especially our movie and popcorn outings before the pandemic started. God Bless each one of you and may He give each one of you many Special Memories to comfort you.