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Ed and Sharon Moore

A terrible loss for all who knew her. Her sweet and bright smile was a joy to all.

Michel & Poliana Azar

We offer our deepest condolences to the whole family. Everyone at Baxter's misses Mrs. Robinson and they miss her delicious cookies. Our heart goes out for you and we pray for all of you. God Bless. All your friends at Baxter's.

Gordon Beckwith

Penny was the most gracious person. She had class and kindness. She was a wonderful person to be around.

George and Susan Lenaeus

Penny and Jim were our closest friends when they lived in Carrollton, Georgia. Rest in peace dear Penny. Our prayers are for peace for Jim, Mary and Molly and the whole family.Glenn P. may very well be giving Penny a tour of the heavenly beach.

Phil & Patsy House

We were so sorry to hear about your sweet Penny! May Jim, Mary, Molly and their families find peace in knowing she was one o the sweetest people on this earth. Our hearts go out to you!

Danny and Nancy King

Our deeprst sympathy to Jim and Family. Penny was a sweet and caring person. Our parents loved her and thought a great deal of her. Our prayers are with all of you now and in the coming months.

Jenean Davis Couch

Penny and I have been friends since eighth grade. At the first meeting, I was amazed that anyone could have that much metal on her teeth and still have the most beautiful smile. I believe that her beautiful smile was a match to her beautiful heart.

Paul and Jean Worley

Penny had the most wonderful smile. She spread cheer wherever she went. We will miss her sweetness.

Ansley and Rusty Acree

There really are not enough words to describe the pain in my heart for the loss of my dear friend Penny She was a beautiful, gracious and generous lady. She welcomed me into Holy Trinity Anglican Church in 2007 and later asked me to become part of the Churches Alter Guild. As our friendship grew she invited me to join the Mahjong group she was a part of and what fun we had for many years. In 2010 , Penny, myself and a few other wonderful ladies formed a monthly luncheon group called "Foodies" which lasted until COVID Penny was definitely a great cook. Penny was an angel here on earth and now she is an angel in heaven watching over all of us. Rusty and I feel very blessed to have had Penny in our lives and as a dear friend and we will miss her . Our prayers to to Jimmy and her entire family.

Tommy and Ann Smith

One of Ann’s favorite memories is our lunch at our same table at Barzin with our favorite dish and wine while enjoying each other’s company all afternoon. Shopping days with Lynn Reid and Penny to St. Augustine and jaconville were the best! Wonderful dinners at Jim and Pennys home were always the best. Friday night at Baxter’s at their favorite booth with their favorite waitress and of course their favorite wine. These are just a few of our favorite memories we shared over the past 25 years. Penny will be missed dearly! Jim, we love you!

Anna Jean Gaissert

Penny was my neighbor and friend since 2004 when I moved to Fernandina Beach. I am so saddened and shocked at her sudden death. Such a warm hearted, considerate, loving, giving person I will never forget. Her death has left me saddened that another of God's earthly angels has gone home to be with Him. My world is a little dimmer just knowing she is no longer here. RIP, Sweet Penny!

Judy and Steve Ochs

Penny was a mainstay of Holy Trinity Anglican Church. She proudly displayed her faith on her car’s bumper sticker that read “Anglicans Pray.” Her car was parked daily at the Fernandina Beach city pool, where for years she exercised in the 9:00 a.m. water aerobics class. We thank God for giving us Penny. She was humble, unpretentious, honest and dependable. She was truly the salt of the earth. We will greatly miss this wonderful woman.

Becky Padgett

Penny was a beautiful, kind, and lovely friend. She came and picked me up at the Ritz and took me to her home for a visit and to catch up on on what was happening in each of our lives. She was kind to everyone and willing to help anyway she could. No doubt the Lord will say: “Well done” for all she did for His kingdom while here before she joined Him in her Heavenly home. What a beautiful legacy she left.

Vickie Orwig

Penny was the very sweetest person I ever met. I met Penny when she was dating Jim, my dear cousin. I thought she was the most beautiful and sweet person in the world. And she always proved me correct. Condolences to Jim and their amazing family.



Jane Handscomb

I am so sorry to hear this news, Thoughts and prayer to Jim and the family,Jane

Karen & Jack Weber

There are no words to describe the loss we feel. We pray for Jimmy and the entire family. Penny was such a true Christian woman always giving of herself to others with such a Gentle Spirit. She will be greatly missed by so many of us by touching our lives. We know without a doubt that she is with her Savior and waiting for all of us to join her in our time. Rest In Peace sweet angel.

John and Susan Poole

So sorry to hear this sad news. Deepest sympathy for Jimmy and family. Revelations 21:4/5

Jamie Deonas

I feel very fortunate to have known Mrs. Robinson and to call her a friend. Our prayers and thoughts to Mr. Robinson, Molly and Mary.

Tommy & Dorothy Fields

Our thoughts and prayers to Jim and family during this time of loss. Penny was so special in many ways. She will be missed dearly by all who knew her. Her warm for others will always be remembered.

Cynthia Shedd Newbury

I am deeply saddened to learn of Penny's passing . We were friends both at school and St. John's Church. Penny was always upbeat ,involved.and thoughtful of other people. We shared many a spend the night party, cheering our Highlanders to State championships, so many classes, and all those wonderful school dances. My prayers are for consolation an strength for Jim and all her beloved family . Sincerely, Cynthia

James Jones

I will surely miss Penny in so many ways. She would brighten the room. Her vision was into each soul; no-one hid from Penny.

Lynne & Kent Reid.

Penny was a dear sweet friend from the moment I met her in Fernandina beach in 1999. I felt like I had found a new sister. She introduced me to so many wonderful things and people that I felt like we had found a new home. You will forever be in our heart.

Debbie Burford

Sweet Penny, was just that, always a smile when we saw each other at the pool we always had something funny to say. I will miss her very much and her kindness.

Marianna Eldredge McClymonds

Penny and I met and became best friends in the 5th grade at Central Park. We read (Nancy Drew), studied, played with dolls, shared our innermost thoughts, and more We were Camp Fire Girls and 7th grade school patrols, shared sleepovers, went to Washington DC and later Daytona Beach. Then Penny went off to FSU and I went to UGA. We sporadically kept in touch. I can honestly say I think of Penny every day. Penny was sweet, caring, and loving always. I miss her so much...

Bill and Lynn Bates

Our deepest sympathy to you and family

James and Denise Clark

Jimmy and the family are in our thoughts and prayers during this time of loss of one so dear.

Johnny Harden

My deepest condolences to Jimmy and the extended family.

Cheryl & Jimmy Sandifer

We remember Penny as truly genuine and kind person. It is our joy to be so prileged to be her and Jimmy's friends for so long.

Linda Van. huss

We were close friends from age 10. I miss her already.

Linda and Jerry

We are so sad to lose our dear friend and neighbor Penny. Our hearts and prayers go out to Jim and his family. She will be truly missed.

Bobby and Linda Green

Our only consolation is that Penny is now experiencing life, free of the physical problems she endured so bravely the passed few years. To say she was a "true friend" sounds trite in comparison to what she meant to all who knew her. I have know her since grammar school and is friend who is 'irreplaceable' until we meet again.

Donny & Judy

She was a wonderful person and a dear friend whom we dearly loved. We will miss you.

Rick and Ruth Ann

As we sit here reading this we are still as much in shock. Penny always had a warm smile, a cheerful greeting and an encouraging word every time we saw her or spoke on the phone. Our grandson, Cacyn, loved his Ms. Penny and always want to give her a hug. She will be always be remembered and greatly missed. We love and are praying for all of you.

Rosemary Skidmore

The most sweetest , kindest southern lady I have ever met. There isn't a word in the English dictionary to describe how much she will be missed.

Clay Gaines

She was the best Grandmother you could ask for, she would pick me up from school and always made sure we had a couple snacks in the back seat to eat on the way home. Small things like this mean the world to me and will be with me forever. Rest In Peace Pen Pen, I love you

Penelope "Penny" George Robinson


Penelope “Penny” George Robinson passed away Sunday, May 29, 2022 at the Warner Center for Caring.

She was born on October 25, 1943 in Washington, DC to the late Gen. J. J. George and Mary S. George.

Penny was an excellent cook, loved to quilt, loved her water aerobics and would do anything for anybody. Penny was also very involved at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, which she helped co-found. She is also remembered for her 13 years as a teacher in the Nassau County Public School system as a math teacher.

She leaves behind her husband, Jim Robinson; her two daughters, Mary Soud and Molly Gaines Hunt. She dearly loved her six grandchildren, Hill Gaines, Chip Soud, Clay Gaines, Matt Soud, Reed Gaines and Elizabeth Soud. She also leaves behind her sister, Margaret Barre` of Seneca, South Carolina.

A memorial service for Mrs. Robinson will be held Saturday, June 18, 2022 in the Burgess Chapel of Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors beginning at 11:00 AM. The family will receive friends beginning at 10:00 AM.

She will be laid to rest at the Columbarium of Holy Trinity Anglican Church immediately after the service.

The family asks rather than flowers, a donation be made, in her name, to Holy Trinity Anglican Church or Lindisfarne Hall School, 1830 Lake Park Drive, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034


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