Mr. Levester Robinson, Jr., was born October 24, 1947 in Laurens County, South Carolina to Levester Sr. and Ruby Watson Robinson.
He attended the public schools of Laurens County, South Carolina including Bell Street High School in Clinton, South Carolina. At an early age, he joined New Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Clinton, South Carolina.
For over twenty-five years, Levester was employed at Greenwood Mills in Greenwood, South Carolina until his retirement.
He enjoyed sitting on the front porch on a warm sunny day while popping open a can of soda and a bag of chips while listening to gospel music. His warm and caring spirit was loved by everyone-most of- all his children.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one brother, Anthony "Donald" Robinson; and two sisters, Eleanor "Tiny" Floyd and Gloria Ann Robinson.
On Monday, February 21, 2022, Mr. Levester Robinson, Jr. entered Eternal Rest at Prisma Health Greenville Memorial Hospital in Greenville, South Carolina and went on to be with the Lord at the age of seventy-four.
He leaves to cherish his fond loving memories two beautiful children: a son, Levester Fowler and a daughter, Malisa Cabbagestalk both of Clinton, SC; two grandchildren: Anteririca Wright and Steven K. Wright both of Clinton, SC; one great-grandchild, Mylasia Brewton of Clinton, SC; two brothers: Willie E. Robinson and Russell Robinson both of Clinton, SC; three nieces: Kisha Choice of Laurens, SC, Tasha Robinson of Washington, DC, and Latoya Alton of Sumter, SC; three nephews: Dion Floyd of Laurens, SC, Dontavious (Ericka) Glen of Simpsonville, SC, and Devante Robinson of Clinton, SC; two devoted friends: Leatha Fowler and Sedrick Taylor both of Clinton, SC; and a host of other relatives, and friends.
There's no greater gift than the love of a dad.
He gives us a wonderful example of the way we should live.
You taught me by example to be generous and kind-
To have respect for others, and to keep their needs in mind.
To live with strength and courage,
showing pride and standing tall.
You taught me by example, and I thank you for it all.