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McKinnie Funeral Home

McKinnie Funeral Home

5304 Bowden Hill Road Campbellton, Florida 32426  (850) 263-3333

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Tommy Robinson, Jr.

SFC Tommy Robinson, Jr. passed away on November 27, 2017 at his home in Severn, Maryland surrounded by his loving family. He is the son of Narzell Robinson and the late Tommie L. Robinson. He was an honored and celebrated Soldier with 24 years of Active Duty Service. SFC Robinson leaves behind his wife of 27 years, Irma Glenda Robinson; their children Khaleed Robinson and Kiera Robinson; four devoted brothers, David Robinson (Loretta), Thomas Robinson (Roney), Tony Robinson (Loretta), and Johnny Swopes (Kathleen); two cherished sisters, Birtha Robinson and Mary Swopes and a host of nieces and nephews. Tommy was preceded in death by his two brothers, Leroy and Earl Robinson and his sister, Amie Butler.

Tommy was born in Florida and spent most of his formative years in the small town of Campbellton, Florida, where he graduated from Graceville High School Class of 1985 and was well known for his stardom in Track and Field. He later moved to California and attended San Diego City College to complete his Associates Degree and later pursue his Bachelors studies at San Diego State University, where he fell in love with and married Glenda, whom he fondly referred to as his “Belizean Queen”. Under the guidance and mentorship of his brother David Robinson, Tommy pursued his Active Duty Military career in the U.S. Army. Tommy’s most cherished accomplishments in the Army were becoming a Drill Sergeant where he molded and guided young civilians into becoming disciplined Soldiers and earning his certification as a Protocol Officer just last year. Tommy had the opportunity to serve at various locations throughout his military career including, Fort Sam Houston, TX, Fort Hood, TX, South Korea, Fort Sill, OK, White House Communications Agency, Afghanistan, JS Pentagon, Fort Meade, MD and ultimately Warrior Transition Brigade, WRNMMC.

While balancing his military and personal life, Tommy made sure to spend quality time with his Family. He enjoyed traveling, cruising, going to the movies, singing Karaoke, and watching his favorite TV shows, Blackish, Jeopardy and The Daily Show, just to name a few.  But his most favorite daddy-daughter moment was watching Blindspot with his beloved daughter Kiera. He also loved to find ways to become a better person by watching motivational videos and researching quotes which led to him giving his kids loads of “life lessons” that they will never be able to forget even if they tried. He enjoyed the long talks with his mother, brothers, sister and other family members about their roots and learning about their heritage and appointed himself as the Family’s Historian. He also enjoyed running and he completed several marathons, Army 10 Milers, and was joined by his entire family at numerous 5K races at Fort Meade.

Tommy had a dynamic voice that could easily be described as one that could “move mountains” or “give you chills”. He was very passionate about conducting military ceremonies and became known as “The Voice” throughout the military installations around the DC/MD/VA area and was sought after for his superb rendition of “Old Glory”.

He was a loving, devoted, and caring soul who managed to touch the lives of so many people. His love for different cultures and languages brought him closer to even many more people. Tommy was many different things to many different people, but everyone can agree that he was the type of person that we all wanted in our lives and will be missed by all who knew and loved him. May he Rest in Peace.

The family will receive friends at the Donaldson Funeral Home & Crematory, P.A., 1411 Annapolis Road, Odenton, MD 21113 on Thursday, December 7, 2017 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. A Funeral Service will take place on Friday, December 8, 2017 at 11:00 a.m., at The Church at Severn Run, 8187 Telegraph Road, Severn, MD 21144. Interment will be held at Maryland Veterans Cemetery, Crownsville, MD. with full Military honors. Information provided by the family through Mckinnie Funeral Home of Campbellton, FL

Nanette Dawsey

Mrs. Nanette Dawsey, age 67, of Malone, Florida passed away Friday, November 10, 2017 at Flowers Hospital in Dothan, Alabama surrounded by her loving family.

Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, November 16th at Snowhill A. M. E. Church located at 5695 Snowhill Road in Malone, FL, with Reverend Larry Brown, Reverend Dr. Will Daniels & Reverend Dr. W. J. Dean officiating.  Interment will follow in Triumph Church Cemetery located in Grangerburg, AL with McKinnie Funeral Home of Campbellton directing.

A public viewing will held from 10:00 to 11:00 a. m. Thursday, November 16th at Snowhill A. M. E. Church. 

She was preceded in death by her Father: Lee Baker. 

She leaves to cherish her memory, A devoted and loving Husband of 48 years: Nehemiah Dawsey of Malone, FL; One Son: Demiah Dawsey (Shel) of Tallahassee, FL; Two Daughters: Ollie Dawsey Quick (Dwayne) of Donaldsonville, GA & Keishia Rodgers of Macon, GA; A Mother: Sarah Baker; Five Grandchildren: Markecha Daniels (Paul) of Gordon, AL, Reshamiah Dawsey of Malone, FL, Demiah, Demari & Kwante Dawsey all of Tallahassee, FL; Four Great-Grandchildren: Markala, Gabriel & Paul Daniels of Gordon, AL, Deja Henry of Malone, FL; Three Sisters: Gwendolyn Crews (Willie) of Orlanda, FL, Lillie Pearl Worlds of Pensacola, FL & Minnie Sims of Two Egg, FL; Three Brothers: Ervin Sims (Judy) & Lorenzo Sims both of Greenwood, FL, Anthony Newton (Dora) of Bascom, FL; Two Aunts: Mary Newton & Margie Williams (James) both of New Jersey; One Uncle: L. C. Joiner of panama City, FL; and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

Winder Bostic

Mr. Winder Bostic, age 74, of Cottonwood, Alabama (State Line Community)  passed away Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at his home, surrounded by his loving family.

Funeral service were held at 3 p.m. Sunday, November 12th at McKinnie Funeral Home Chapel located 5304 Bowden Hill Road in Campbellton, FL, with Evangelist Dorothy Jackson and Brother Kent Richardson officiating. Interment followed in St. Phillip Cemetery Slocomb, AL (State Line Community) with McKinnie Funeral Home of Campbellton directing.

Winder Bostic was born on June 10, 1943 to Hosie Bostic, Sr. and Maggie Register in Cottonwood, Alabama.

Winder was a farmer in his earlier years. He enjoyed being outside and loved being in the presence of the large family he had with his lifelong partner (JoAnn Bostic).

He was preceded in death by His Father: Hosie Bostic; His Mother: Maggie Bostic, A Brother: Hosie (Bubba) Bostic; Two Sisters: Ruthie Mae and Annie Lois Bostic.

He leaves to mourn his passing; His Loving Wife: Martha JoAnn Bostic; His Children: Annie Lois Bostic, Constance Capehart (Tangela), Jimmy Lee Wesley, Pamela Carroll (Chris), Tawanda Wesley, Terry Lynn Wesley, Winder Leon Bostic (Jennifer);             

His Siblings: Alvin Bostic (Alma), Annie Lee Hughes, Johnny Bostic, Mary Godwin (Jimmy), Pearl Glanton; Sister-In-Law: Helen Bostic, and a host of grandchildren,  great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and in-laws other relatives and friends.

Theodis Patrick, Jr.

Theodis Patrick, Jr. was born to the late Theodis Sr. and Johnnie Mae Patrick on November 8, 1958 at Beth Israel Medical Center in Newark, New Jersey. He was converted at an early age to Saint James A.M.E. Church in Newark, New Jersey. He attended the public school system and upon completion in 1978 he enlisted in the United States Navy. After his tour of duty he began working at the Veteran Administration Hospital in Lyons, New Jersey as a Nurse Assistant until his early retirement in 2006.    He relocated to Snellville, Georgia until his untimely death.

Preceded in death by Grandparents: Johnny and Willie Mae Register. Aunt’s: Ora Lee Robbins and Annie Pearl Register. Uncle’s: John, Lee Norris, James Earl and             Theo Register.

Precious memories shall be treasured by a loving and devoted family members. 

His first babies Prince, Kymani and Leo. Two sisters: Carol Patrick of Newark, New Jersey and Cynthia Harrell (William) of Jacksonville, N. C. and Brother Kyle Patrick (Rabirah) of Lawrenceville, Georgia and a devoted cousin/brother Angelo Register of Newark, New Jersey. 

Nephew’s Christopher, Terron, Kerron, Lamar, Tyrel, Julian and Zachary. 

Nieces Christina, Chanel, Johnnie Mae, Nadirah, Jasmine and Brooke. 

Surviving uncle’s Alfred Register and Eddie Lee Register of Chipley, FL. Surviving a special friend: Gwendolyn Hart-Jones. 

A memorial service will be at 1p.m. Wednesday November 8th at the St. John Cemetery, Campbellton FL(Stateline Community) with Mckinnie Funeral Home of Campbellton in charge.

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