To the families and loved ones of Mr. Robinson Jr., who we know will be dearly missed. Almighty God promised at Revelation 21:4 that he will wipe away all our tears. And death, pain, and sorrow will be no more. So, you can take great comfort in drawing close to God in prayer. And he will help sustain and support your families to endure. During these difficult times and in the months to follow. My deepest condolences to all your loved ones.
Went to high school with Joe, he as stated was not just your typical baseball fan. He ate,slept,dreamed the game.
I know that he is in the best place he can now look down at every baseball diamond that he wants.
Our thoughts and prayers are focused on his family, he knows no pain or suffering in his heavenly body.
Denise and Family. I am so very sorry for the tremendous loss of Joe. I had the honor and pleasure of working closely with Joe for 8 years. We spent a lot of time talking about business. Joe was the world's greatest leader, merchant and businessman. I learned so much for him. He was a fierce supporter of his team & often went above and beyond for his team who loved and respected him dearly.
The real heart of our conversations centered on his love for his family especially you Denise. Joe was not much of a bragger but he sure was proud of his wife, sons, daughter-in-law and grandchildren. We spoke often about his devotion and love for Jesus Christ. Joe walked the talk every single day.
Joe often smiled and love to joke. He was so funny.
One day I told Joe about a co worker in Philly who carried a baseball bat in his car for protection.
Joe looked at me with a smile and said, "Is that the best he can do?" I tell that story often.
#neverforgetJoe Rest in Peace Deborah
Denise & Family, I am deeply sorry for your tremendous loss.
I know how much you were devoted to each other. I had the pleasure and honor of working closing with Joe for 8 years.
We had many long conversations and the center of all was his love for his family, devotion to Jesus Christ , love for baseball and music. And he loved to talk business he was the most outstanding merchant ever. I learned so much from him.
He walked the talk every single day. He accepted & loved everyone unconditionally. Joe was gracious in all circumstances.
And so funny. While traveling with Joe I spoke to him about a DM in Philly who carried a baseball bat in his car for protection.
Joe looked and me and said, "Is that the best he could do?" I tell that story often.
#neverforgetJoe RIP Deborah Morales
We are so sorry for your loss. Joe was Carol's favorite supervisor, he was a mentor and the person she knew she could when she needed to. Plej's was a great place to work because of him.
Joe was a wonderful human being and a great coworker at Anna’s Linens. He was so supportive of his team in the Carolinas. Anna’s Linens was a better place to work because of Joe.
I am sorry for your loss.I work with Joe with Plej"s and Annas Linen.He was very great guys and always how the family was doing.Thoughts and prayers are with you,
I am so sorry for your loss.
It appears that Joe was a very active person not matter where he was.
Please note that you are in my thoughts and prayers as you go through this process of mourning and celebrating his life.
He is in a better place and even though he will be missed, you have your personal Angel looking over you.
Stay strong and know that God is your refuge.
Denise and Family, so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you. May God surround you with his love, comfort, and strength during this difficult time.
So sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you.
Joe was a man of great integrity, loved by all who met him. Loved his family dearly. He enjoyed life. He had a great sense of humor. He shared his talents with many people and was a dedicated worker.
He enjoyed watching his grandchildren playig sports and doing other events. Always giving words of encouragement to others.
The love he shared with us is truly a gift from God. Thank you, Lord for giving the gift of Joe into our lives.