This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Judy Robinson.  We will remember her forever. Judy loved her children and grandkids, spending time with them and her partner, Tom Kobierowski.

Judy was the first born child of Pat and Harry Robinson and ended up being the oldest of six children.  Judy was preceded in death by her father Harry,  daughter Betsy, grandson Gavin and her brother in law, Ray.  Judy is survived by her partner, Tom Kobierowski who had been a very important person in her life for approximately 40+ years.  She is also survived by her three sons and their families, Brad Robinson, Joe Kobierowski (wife Marcie) and Tommy Kobierowski (wife Serena).  Her grandchildren, Brenden and Caleb (Brad’s kids) Azren, Allie and Alexs (Joey’s Kids) and Ricky, Amaya, Dani and Jaxson (Tommy’s Kids).  All five of her siblings are still living, Mike (wife Darcy), Steve (wife Lindsay), Terri, Penny (husband Steve) and Deb (husband Garry) with countless nieces and nephews

Judy had moved around a bit in her life from Northern CA, Oklahoma, North Carolina but living the majority of her life in Southern CA.  She graduated High School from South Gate High.

Tributes are short messages commemorating Judy, or an expression of support to her closest family and friends. Leave your first tribute here, and others will follow.

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her Life

Until we meet again

We think about always,
we talk about you still.
You have never been forgotten,
and you never will.
We hold you close within our hearts
and there you will remain.
Walk and guide us through our lives
until we meet again.


He (She) Is Gone

You can shed tears that she is gone
Or you can smile because she has lived
You can close your eyes and pray that she will come back
Or you can open your eyes and see all that she has left
Your heart can be empty because you cannot see her
Or you can be full of the love that you shared
You can turn your back on tomorrow and live yesterday
Or you can be happy for tomorrow because of yesterday
You can remember her and only that she is gone
Or you can cherish her memory and let it live on
You can cry and close your mind, be empty and turn your back
Or you can do what she would want
Smile, open your eyes, love and go on

              - by David Hawkins
Recent stories


Shared by June Martin on April 1, 2021
I am sure that if you knew Judy, you knew that she loved her family.  Which thru her life time included Grandpas, Grandmas, Mom, Dad, brothers, sisters, Uncles, Aunts, husband, children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.  Growing up the family always celebrated holidays together.  Judy also loved her Choctaw Heritage and Oklahoma.  This is the reason that in the Gallery of pictures you will find not just Judy but all the family she loved.

Please feel free to add any pictures you have or stories you remember about Judy.  If you do not feel comfortable adding pictures, you can email them to me at and I will add them.
Shared by June Martin on February 27, 2021
This is a story about how Judy wanted to be included in what was happening.  Her Aunt Donna had put together a Halloween Costume for a party at Athens Baptist Church where part of the Cole children attended along with the grandchildren.  Once Judy saw it she of course wanted to be involved but she was too young to attend so she begged her Aunt to at least try on the outfit.  Here a picture of Aunt Donna and one of Judy in the same outfit in 1960
Shared by Darla Finn on February 27, 2021
Judy and I grew up together we were the rebels without a pause being the first kids born to our teenage parents we were a high spirited couple who drove our folks to premature grey hairs and were always eager to spread our wings. Judy always stayed a part of my life shortly after her daughter Betsy died I lost my oldest son and Judy was an unwavering support for me during that difficult period I will always remember the good times and crazy things we did as kids she will be tucked away in my heart and will be missed by many she was and will always be one of a kind....RIP Judy I will catch you on the other side I love you.