Nancy Meg Robinson passed away March 19, 2019, one day before her 39th birthday. She fought a valiant battle against Type 1 Diabetes from the age of fourteen.
Meg is survived by her parents Stan and Sandra Robinson of Hermitage, Tennessee; her brother Ashley Mallory of Hermitage; Her brother Seth Robinson of Pewee Valley, Kentucky and his fiancee Tiffany Phan and their daughters Luna Thao Robinson and Stella Lien Robinson; her favorite Uncle Tim Robinson of Baileyton, Alabama; Her Uncle Phillip Robinson and his wife Anitao Jo of Vinemont, Alabama; Her Cousins Stephen Robinson of Vinemont and Holly Borden of Cullman Alabama; Her Uncle Paul Lloyd and her Aunt Lynn Lloyd of Rapid City, South Dakota; Her cousin Summerlin Scott and her husband Trey Scott and their daughter Finley of Rapid, South Dakota; and her cousin Emily Lloyd of Rapid City, South Dakota.
A private family only service will be held at a later date.
Please honor Meg’s memory with a donation in her name to the Juvenal Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF ) Middle Tennessee Chapter.
“You came into this world, five days short of a year after Seth and eight years after Ashley. Tuesday, March 19th we got the call you had passed. Our worse fears revealed. We watched you grow into the beautiful lady you became and remember the smell of your perfumes and sprays of which you had many. We remember hearing one of your two-hundred pair of shoes clopping across mom and dad’s hardwood floor. We remember the way you would light up when you saw your nieces Luna and Stella. The way you would shower them with gifts. The way they would run to you and hug you. Oh the love they had for their Aunt Meg. We will miss seeing you, Mamma, Tiff, Luna, and Stella fill a room with our bloodline of amazing women. Meg we wish we could have saved you. We wish we could have taken your struggle as our own. We will forever keep your memory alive in our day to day lives and will miss you terribly. Our daughter, sister, aunt is gone but never forgotten! We love you Meg and hope you are truly at peace. Oh, to hear you laugh again. We love you so much.”