Audrey Wynona Robinson 92, of Kerrville, Texas, passed from this earth on January 16, 2023, and into the loving arms of her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Wynona, as she was known to her friends, was born on September 9th, 1930, to Homa C Grant and Virginia Crawford Grant outside Memphis, Texas. She grew up in Dumas, Texas, graduated from Dumas High School, was valedictorian of her class, and Dumas Demon’s homecoming queen. She was a successful businesswoman and enjoyed challenges. Wynona designed the family cabin – “Robinson’s Roost”, outside of Pitkin, Colorado, where the family spent their summer’s, and she built three candy and gift stores in Midland during the 1970’s and 80’s, which she lovingly named “La Dulceria”. She sold her businesses in the 1990’s and moved to Pampa, Texas where she helped take care of her mother & father. Over the years, Wynona was very active in the churches she loved; First Baptist Church in Midland, Texas; Trinity Fellowship Church in Pampa, Texas; and Lakeside Baptist Church in Granbury, Texas. She was a volunteer with CASA, supported multiple Christian Women’s organizations, along with many other volunteer organizations where she attended church. Wynona was a gifted and talented seamstress and needle pointer, she loved to crochet, and she made beautiful hand-made quilts for her family and friends. In her spare time, was also loved to play and teach others how to play Mah Jongg.
Wynona is preceded in death by her parents, Homa & Virginia Grant of Pampa; sister’s Virginia Clarice Grant of Plaska, Jan Dollar of Dumas, and Yvonne Hill of Monroe, Louisiana; husband’s Otha Eugene Parker of Odessa, I. V. Ferrell “Robbie” Robinson of Midland, and Loel Box of Pampa; and nephew Jim Aaron Sealy of Pampa, Texas.
She is survived by three children, daughter Gena Robinson Teer and husband, Jack Teer of Kerrville, daughter Jana Robinson of Killeen, and son Jay Robinson of Kerrville. “Naya”, as she was so loving called, is also survived by two grandchildren, Justin D. Teer and wife, Jessica Teer of Austin, Texas, and Heather S. Teer and husband, Mark Odom of Rowlett, Texas, and four great-grandchildren Cole Sparks, Kayden Porter, Jacob Landa, and Felix Decker Teer and her sister, Shirley Sealy Waller of Pampa, TX.
A private burial will be held at Ellis Rest Haven Memorial Cemetery in Midland, Texas.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the charity of your choice.
Arrangements are under the direction and personal care of the professionals at Kerrville Funeral Home (830) 895-5111.