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January 15, 1942 - October 7, 2019
Martha Ann McNatt Robinson of Grenada left her Earthly home at the age of 77 years at Grenada Living Center. She entered this world on January 15, 1942, and began her heavenly journey with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on October 7, 2019. Services to Celebrate Life will be at the Mortimer National Funeral Home Chapel in Grenada, Mississippi. Visitation for her friends will be from noon to 2 pm on Thursday, October 10th. Funeral services will be at 2 pm Thursday. Interment will follow at Duck Hill Cemetery in Duck Hill, Mississippi.
Martha Ann McNatt Robinson was born in Duck Hill, Mississippi, and was the daughter of Nora Wiggington McNatt and John Wesley McNatt. She attended Binford High School, where she met the love of her life and on May 26, 1958 married Jimmy Dale Robinson. They were married for fifty-eight wonderful years.
She was a member of Grenada Church of God, where she loved singing and praising her Lord and Savior for her many blessings! She enjoyed spending time with her puppy, Dolly (Babe), going to garage sales, shopping, cooking her specialty family favorites, and spending time with her precious family, which was her heart and soul.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Nora Wiggington McNatt and John Wesley McNatt; two brothers, James Buddy McNatt and Howard McNatt, and two sisters, Annice Woods and Hazel Bloom.
She is survived by the love and passion of her life, her husband, Jimmy Robinson; two daughters, Katherine Schmitz (Ronnie) and Barbara Miller (Jimmy), all of Grenada: three grandchildren, Tiffany Walters (Bill) of Holcomb, Remmingtan Hood of Grenada, and Ryan Winters (Suzanne) of Oxford; four great-grandchildren, Rylee Brooke McCormick and PaytonLeigh Ann Walters of Holcomb, and Ryan Tyler and Raelyn Grace Winters of Oxford; one sister, Shirley Allbritton of Grenada; and Hattie Smith, her precious Godly picked angel on Earth.
Memorials may be made to the Dementia Society of America or American Cancer Society.
Mortimer National Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.