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Weighing only 3lbs minus one at birth was a miracle born on November 9, 1963 to his late parents, Mary and T.O Robinson in Jones County.
Proceeded him in death, his parents, Brothers: Rafael Oatis, Alma Louis Oatis, and Lee Von Robinson; Sisters: Vinet Robinson, Rebekah Oatis, and Eula Mae Goodloe.
At an early age, his mother moved to Clinton and became a member of Zion Chapel COGIC, Bolton, MS under the leadership under the late, Superintendent Earnest J Johnson whom he loved dearly. Later in life, he moved his membership to Mt. Olive COGIC in Louisville, MS under the leadership of his best friend, Elder Freddie Plair.
He attended Clinton Public Schools. He was best known as the “Politician Worker”. He had many titles and was known by many, but to his siblings, he was JEREMIAH, our brother that we loved unconditionally.
He leaves to cherish his life, devoted wife, Mablean Sanders; One daughter, Lakeesha Johnson; Three step-children: Ezekiel, Chanise, and Virginia Sanders; One brother, David Lee (Betty) Goodloe, Prentiss, MS; Three sisters: Naomi Cotton, Grenada, MS; Violet Davis, Clinton, MS; Evetter (Roosevelt) Baldwin, Jackson, MS. Reared as a sister, Tessiauh Spann.
God Parents: Ruth Ann & Liles Williams, Raymond, MS; Victor Smith, Jackson, MS; and Mary Ann Cotton, Clinton, MS; Best Friend: Freddie (Bridgett) Plair, Louisville, MS. He loved his nieces and nephews, but he had a special love for his niece, Pemetris Oatis known as Lockie. Extended siblings: Charles, Luziena and Roy; God Sisters and brothers: The children of the Late Mrs. Louretha Greenfield and Mother Estella Campbell. And a host of family and friends.
Thursday, April 16, 2020
1:00 - 7:00pm (Central time)
Smith Mortuary Chapel
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