PLEASE BE ADVISED
Under all circumstances, face masks or face coverings are required and mandatory to enter King-Tears Mortuary, Inc. Your temperature will be taken upon entering King-Tears Mortuary.
The number of people allowed in King-Tears Mortuary will depend on the CDC guidelines at the time of the service. Please read information posted here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/funeral-guidance.html
THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION
Freddie Mae Robinson, 82, entered eternal rest on Monday, December 28, 2020. She was born in La Grange, TX on April 26, 1938 to the late Willie Harris and Rachel Allen.
Freddie’s favorite color was blue and she was employed with Mary Lee Foundation for many years until she retired. Freddie enjoyed basketball, her favorite team was the Spurs. Additionally, she loved watching westerns, cooking sweet potato pies for her family, and singing BB King and Bobby Blue Bland songs.
Freddie was one of a kind with a big heart; she would give her last dime to those she loved.
Freddie leaves behind to cherish her memories Sisters: Martha Watson and Myrtle Jean Williams, Granddaughters: Davetta Edwards and Stacie Robinson, a host of grandkids, family, and friends.
To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Freddie Mae Robinson, please visit our floral store.