U was a wonderful and beautiful woman and mom , u had so much love for your kids , u will be missed so much
She was a good friend all way would make u laugh any time u was around her
Scarlet was a very outgoing and fun person to be around.I got to hang out with her and her brother ROBBIE at times.My little sister Tina Blevins was one of her best friends. She would come over to the house and those 2 would have a blast. She will be missed. But do not fret, she is home now. R.I.P Scarlet.
She and her boyfriend where like family to me and I will miss her she was all ways smile and happy
Sweet Scarlet.. you were such an inspirational woman. Caring, compassion, fun. You had a passion for living the best life that the lord could ever give & you held that faith in the highest light. Just through comments & messages to me the last few months, gave me inspiration to smile.. to continue throughout my day.. you could be hurting inside yourself, having your own problems—but you would drop everything to make another feel better. That was just you.. you left a mark on all the lives that knew you & even ones that didn’t. Your spirit will live on forever. I know your babies & grand baby & those more to come, you’ll always keep an ever watchful eye on all of those who meant the most to you. You were a childhood school friend.. only reconnecting through Facebook, but a connection none the less.. it doesn’t change the heartfelt messages & things we had. You are truly a gift. A gift to all the lives you left behind on earth.. to be an even bigger gift to the heavens above. You, sweet Scarlet… earned your wings.. fly high.. rest in your eternal paradise.
I had not seen Scarlet in many years but we were good friends when we were kids. My mom used to always surprise me with her at my birthday parties when she switched schools. I remember her so fondly and I am so sad to learn she has passed away. She was the sweetest! Praying for her loved ones.
Bree…. my heart breaks for you … sending hugs and prayers to you and your family….
Scarlet Robinson my sweet friend, you touched more lives than you ever knew. You were my best friend when we were younger and I was blessed enough to have been able to reconnect with you over the last few years.In some of my lowest times over the past few years,you were there for me with words of encouragement and love always reminding me of my worth.I have no doubt God needed another Angel, because that is what you were my dear friend….You will be missed ❤️.
Bless your heart sweet girl, may you forever rest in peace.
Scarlet Michelle Robinson, 45, passed away on November 14, 2020. She was born on June 27, 1975 to Steve and Cherie Robinson in Evansville, Indiana.
Scarlet was a wonderful woman who loved making people laugh. She had an amazing sense of humor. She loved to dance and sing. Many knew Scarlet as the life of the party. She loved cooking meals for her family and having big family dinners. Scarlet enjoyed travelling and taking long drives. Her favorite place in the world was the ocean. She loved tropical environments. Scarlet was a woman of faith and loved the Lord. She always listened to Billy Graham and her church. Above all else, Scarlet loved spending time with her family and her puppy dogs, especially her granddaughter who was her entire world.
Scarlet is survived by her children Mariah (William) Eagan, Brianna Bellm (James Ward III), Starlee Sargent, Shavon Brown, and Sah’Vanna Brown; her granddaughter Lola Eagan; her boyfriend of 10 years Stacey Stinson; her siblings Stevie Robinson, Robbie (Michelle) Robinson, and Stephanie Robinson-Fuqua; her mother Cherie Robinson; her father Steve Robinson; her grandmother Joyce Eddmenson; and many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and loved ones.
Scarlet was preceded in death by her son Edward Holmes and her grandfather Andrew Eddmenson.
Visitation will be from 4 p.m. until time of service at 6 p.m. on Thursday, November 19th at Sunset Funeral Home. Scarlet will be buried at Sunset Memorial Park. Graveside service will be private. In lieu of flowers, please make donations toward Scarlet’s funeral expenses.
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