The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA

Obituaries

January 10, 2013

Jermaine William Robinson Sr.

JOHNSTOWN — ROBINSON – Jermaine William Sr. “Manny” “Kalil,” 39, Johnstown, formerly of Philadelphia, went to be with the Lord Jan. 8, 2013. Born April 6, 1973, in Philadelphia, son of the late John Raymond Robinson and Dianne Shoats, Columbia, S.C. In addition to his mother, he is survived by his loving wife of 11 years, Priscilla Robinson, Johnstown; children, Ahleeyannah R., William J., Jacenia M., Marquise and Jermaine W. Jr.; grandson, Jermaine; siblings, John Raymond III, Johnstown; Dionne, wife of Gordon Powell; Kesha D. Robinson, Alexandria, Va.; Jamar R. Robinson, Alexandria, Va.; and Deshanna L. Robinson, Columbia, S.C.; Lamont Taylor, Philadelphia; and Isaac and Isaiah Robinson, both of Ohio; and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. Manny was a self-employed handyman. He was a natural comedian and enjoyed bringing joy to everyone he encountered. He also enjoyed cooking, playing video games, dancing and hanging out with his brothers and nephews. Manny was a true fan of the Philadelphia Eagles. He loved his entire family, especially spending time with his one and only soul mate, Priscilla. Manny’s last request was that everyone ensures that his baby girl, Ahleeyannah “Moo-Moo” is well taken care of. Friends will be received from 11 a.m. until time of celebration of his life and the completion of his journey home at 2 p.m. Saturday at Stevens Memorial Holy Church, the Pastor Charles V. Johnson, officiating. The family is being served by Baker-Harris Funeral Chapel, Conemaugh. Private inurnment will be held at the convenience of the family. The family suggests contributions be directed to the family in memory of Manny. Online condolences may be posted to www.wharrisfuneralhome.com.

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