In Memory Of ...

Thelma Patrice Robinson
31 March 1964 - 8 July 2003


On July 8, 2003, the angel of the Lord came and took from us our mother, sister, aunt and friend, Thelma Patrice Long. She was born in Baltimore, Md., March 31, 1964, to Mrs. Dorothy Mae Robinson and Mr. Larry Carlos. She was the oldest of five children.

She was a graduate of Eastern Senior High School Where she received many awards for the Honor Roll and High Achievement.

‘Neicey’, as she was affectionately called, had a heart of gold. She was family oriented and loved her children dearly. She was always willing to give a helping hand to anyone that was in need of help.

Neicey is survived by her parents, Dorothy Mae Robinson and Larry Carlos; husband, Barry Long; daughters, Octavia and Tara; son, Barry Jr.; sisters, Rhonda and Tonia; brother, Eric, Grand mother, Ola Robinson; two sister-in-law; one brother-in-law; five nieces; four newphews; two great nieces; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.



Thelma Patrice Robinson is my oldest daughter.
We call her Niecey; she is truly my number one.
We have some serious discussions and some silly talk too.
All in all we have a lot of fun.

When she was a little girl,
She helped me take care of her baby brother.
They had fun, they enjoyed experiencing things together.

At eight years old she wanted to learn how to cook.
So I taught her some things I knew.
Now she is frying and baking, she can even make a good stew.

Her twelfth grade prom night,
She looked pretty as a bride.
She looked radiant and elegant too,
There was joy and peace, and
A whole lot of pride.
Now she has a family of her own,
They love each other,
In their place they call home.

By Dorothy Mae Robinson

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