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Nathaniel L. Robinson

Sunrise: September 10, 1979                                            Sunset: February 22, 2005



Nathaniel L. Robinson, affectionately known as "Nate The Great" or "Binks" was born on September 10, 1979 in Cleveland, Ohio where he lived all of his life.

He accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized by Rev. B. G. Finney at Omega Baptist Church on the 7th of October, 1990.

Nate was educated in the Cleveland Public School System and was a member of the 1999 graduating class of Collinwood Senior High School.  While at Collinwood, Nate was a member of the Collinwood Railroaders basketball team.  He was number 23.  Nate loved playing basketball although he never fulfilled his dream.

Nate adored his children and loved spending time with them.  He also loved being with his brothers, other family members and friends.  He was always full of surprises.  Nate was a constant jokester who kept everyone around him laughing.  Nate's smile was contagious.  He was always dressed in the latest styles.  Along with basketball, Nate enjoyed shooting pool and playing video games.  He always looked forward to the Fourth of July.

On February 22, 2005, the Lord saw fit to bring Nate home.  He leaves to treasure his memory: his parents, Carlton and Sylvia Robinson; grandparents, Linford and Linette Robinson, Nathaniel (Erma Jean) Holley and Rosalie (Donald) Ramsey; three brothers, Jason, Carlton, Jr., and Paul; five daughters, JaNasha, Riayah, Taylor,  Keyaja, and Tajanae; a son, Ravon; a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives; and lots and lots of friends.


Your Time was Short

Your Love was Long

So, Sleep Well, Daddy -

I'll Make It Through.

Who Loves You Most?

Your #1 Fan, BooBoo!

Love, JaNasha Monique Robinson



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