Rose Mary Robinson, 82, Princeton Sunday, December 20, 1936 – Friday, October25, 2019

Rose Mary (Hale) Robinson, 82, of Princeton, IN, passed away on Friday, October 25, 2019 at the IU Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, IN. She was born on Sunday, December 20, 1936, in Pike County, IN to Arthur and Mary Irene (Richards) Hale. Rose Mary was an avid gardener and well known for beautiful flower gardens.

Rose Mary is survived by her children Van Robinson of Evansville, Darlene (Ron) Reach of Arizona, Tonya Meade of Newburgh and Chris Robinson of Evansville; six grandchildren, Jaime (Dusty) Hunt, Vanessa Robinson, Cody Robinson, Hannah Meade, Haley Meade, Heidi Meade; three great grandchildren, Colin Sokeland, Mattie Faye Robinson and Gavin Hunt; brothers Stanley (Dilys) Hale of Santa Claus, IN and Charles Hale of South Daytona, Florida.
She is preceded in death by her parents, husband, Charles G. Robinson and infant son Nathan Todd.
Doyle Funeral Home has the privilege of serving the Robinson Family.
Graveside Services will be held at 11:00 am on Thursday, October 31, 2019 at Providence Cemetery in Francisco with Pastor Brad Keenan officiating.
The family suggests memorials can be made to Celebrate Recovery at First General Baptist Church, 2101 E. Broadway St., Princeton. IN 47670.
Condolences may be made online at or the funeral home Facebook page. For more information please call 812-385-4334.

7 thoughts on “Rose Mary Robinson, 82, Princeton Sunday, December 20, 1936 – Friday, October25, 2019

  1. maria bassett

    I will miss my dear friend Rose Mary greatly . I got to know her from church . My condolences to her family . May God bless each one comfort and peace during this time of loss .

  2. Jane Gottman

    Rest in Peace, Rose Mary, my sweet friend. I met you at our water aerobics class in Mt. Carmel. You made our world more beautiful with your beautiful smile and your beautiful flower gardens.

  3. pearl Groves

    My dear Rose Mary you will be missed by many , it makes me happy because I know where you are but I still grieve. Until I see you again.

  4. Rick Hering

    Rose Mary showed love to everyone and did not judge people for past mistakes. She did so much to help struggling people overcome the problems in their lives. Thank you Rose Mary for being so kind and helpful. To all who knew her, I am sorry for your loss.


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