Elizabeth Robinson

Elizabeth Robinson of Monticello died Tuesday, May 30, 2017, in Tallahassee.  She was 79.  A memorial service was held at Christ Episcopal Church on Friday, June 9.  Fr. James Bowen May officiated.
Elizabeth was born in Jefferson County, Alabama, on May 9, 1938, to the late Wallace and Evelyn Moore.  She later moved to Miami and then to Stuart.  She received a Master’s degree from Barry University School of Social Work, and worked for more than 30 years at Indian River State College. In 2000, she moved to Monticello and was employed by Covenant Hospice for several years, before retiring.
Elizabeth was active in all the communities in which she lived.  The Monticello community will especially remember her commitment to the Friends of the Library, Altrusa and the United Daughters of the Confederacy.  After retirement, she volunteered her professional skills to develop and implement a Community Grief Seminar, opened to all who were suffering from any type of loss.
Her caring and sweet spirit was especially felt by her fellow parishioners at Christ Episcopal Church, where she was a member of the Daughters of the King, the Altar Guild and a faithful volunteer for just about everything. Her optimism, her (sometimes unfiltered) sense of humor and her grace will be missed by her church family and all who knew her.
Elizabeth was predeceased by her daughters, Tammy and Dana.  She is survived by her sons, Christopher (and daughter-in-law Allyson) and Raub; her son-in-law, Rick (and wife, Jeri); her grandchildren, Chad (Kristi), Ryan (Taryn), Elizabeth, Madison, Jake, Chase, Emma and Mallory; and her great grandchildren, Audriana, Carter, Elijah, Nathan, Samuel, Tadhgan, Shepherd, Maryn and Sophia; and by her sister and brother-in-law, Francis and David Junge.
She is also survived by her special friend, Col. (Ret.) Gene Greenwood.
Memorial contributions may be made to Christ Episcopal Church, 425 North Cherry Street, Monticello, Florida  32344.