Welcome to the memorial page for

Martin Larry Robinson, Sr.

April 5, 1942 ~ January 23, 2019 (age 76)

Martin Larry Robinson, Sr. also known as BIG M & COWBOY grew up in Jacksonville, Florida and is the son of Samuel Robinson and Ruby J. Clayton-Daniels. He grew up with his beautiful cherished queen and sweetheart Mary Louise Cox, he soon married her and they were together for over 56 years. They were both baptized as Jehovah's Witnesses in the early 70s. From their union, 8 children better known as (Martin's ducks), were produced.

Martin was a man determined to raise all his children which he did successfully. They both named all their children with the initials which matched theirs (MLR) which is something they both were very proud of. He was a successful husband, father, mentor and business owner. He was truly a dedicated family man.

He received his education in the Duval County public school. His passion was painting which he did consistently until he was no longer able to do so. He was well known and respected for his Artistry as well as his sense of humor. No one was a stranger to him; he was a straight shooter and a great friend. He will never be forgotten. As mentioned by one of his sons, “It's like Dad and Mom hid a different kind of jewel in all of us, Love is the very definition of our wealth”. If you can still hear him in your heart, he is not a lost. In the words of Martin Robinson, "We're out! Jacksonville on 4!”

He leaves to cherish his memories, his wife, Mary Louise (Cox) Robinson; children, Martin L. Robinson Jr., Marvin L. Robinson (Gladys), Marvella L. Brown (David), Marvenia L. Robinson, Marneeta L. Bailey (Kenneth), Maurice L. Robinson (Desiree), Michael L. Robinson (Kizzly) and Marchell L. Robinson; siblings, Barbara Shingles, Samuel Robinson III (Jackie), Trazelle Lovett (Albert), Paulyn Mack (Joe), William Robinson (Andrea), Claudette Robinson and Lynnette Whigham; 10 grandchildren, Cassandra Lewis, Cortney Hall (Jamal), David Woodard Jr., Pete Dunmyer Jr., Derrick Woodard Sr. (Ceddrina), Kiara Bailey, Davida Woodard, Kenneth Bailey Jr., Jamaurie Robinson and Levi Williams; 5 great grandchildren, Eric Jones Jr., Angel Woodard, Derrick Woodard II, Jordan Hall and Christopher Bailey; in addition to an eldest cousin, Roxell Robinson Sr. (Janie); and a host of nieces, nephews, and many friends of the family.

Sarah L. Carter's Funeral Home Northside is serving the family. 

 Service Information

Memorial Service
February 2, 2019

2:00 PM
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses (Soutel)
3003 Soutel Drive
Jacksonville, FL 32208

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