The funeral service will be held at 11:00 A.M., Friday, March 13, 2020 at Jehovah Missionary Baptist Church, 201 Chatham Street, Oglethorpe, Georgia. Burial will follow at Eastview Cemetery, 500 Block of Ashby Street, Americus, Georgia.
On December 10, 1965 during the Christmas holidays Mr. and Mrs. Melvin and Hattie Ragan Black was blessed with a beautiful daughter, they named her Robin. Robin grew up in Americus, Georgia where she attended and graduated with honors from the Sumter County Comprehensive High School.
She later went on to further her education at Fort Valley State University where she pursued a degree in Criminal Justice. She was employed with Georgia Sheriff Youth Home as a Den Mother in Lagrange, Georgia.
Love was definitely in the picture for her life when she met Eugene Davis. They were united in holy matrimony on December 22, 2012. Her extended family included four sons, Kenneth, Calvin, Bryan and Brandon.
She and her husband joined the Jehovah Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Reverend Glynn Bryant where she served on the Missionary Ministry and helped in the kitchen.
On Saturday March 7, 2020 Robin's loving and caring heart left a legacy that impacted the hearts of those whom she has left behind. Powerful memories will forever be cherished by her loving and committed husband of seven wonderful years, Eugene Davis, Oglethorpe, Georgia; a beloved niece/daughter she reared, Selena Black; her stepchildren, Kenneth Mitchell, Calvin Mitchell, Bryan Mitchell and Brandon Mitchell; ten step grandchildren; three brothers, Melvin Black, Jr., Gene Merritt (Cathy) and Mark Clark (Sharon); one uncle, Curtis Black; one aunt, Harriett Black; sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law, Calvin Perry (Cynthia), Lorenza Davis, Sandra Harris, Steve Askew (Lois), Bobby Childs (Rose), Curtis Holmes (Lakeitha); a host of beloved nieces and nephews; and a host of beloved cousins and best friends, including Mary Howard, Aretha Holmes, Kim, Towanda and Lula Neal and Magnolia.