Ronae Ann Robinson
Ronae ‘Star’ Ann Robinson, 54 of Houston, Texas, died July 24, 2015 after an eight month battle of multiple severe health problems.
She is survived by her father, William Kinard, her husband, Derrick Richard Robinson 54, two children Joshua David Hall 33, Tabbitha Rae Dawn Lewis 29, three grandchildren Samara Ivy Norman 10, Ayden and Cayden Paul Bany, and one step grandson Dominic William James Lewis.
Star was born in Hammond, IN on September 21, 1960. She was married to Derrick Richard Robinson, for 31 ½ years.
She was a jack of all trades. “No job too big, Dude!” was her motto. She could do any job that a man could, she could do anything she put her mind to….except singing J although she no one’s opinion of that phased her.
Star took in strays, animals and humans. That’s just who she was. She spent the last of her years caring for her longtime friend, Edward Poller. Star gave all she could and more.
Ronae’s hobbies varied from fishing, mudd buggin’, remodeling, and turning trash into treasure. She loved to feel the sun in her hair and the sand in between her toes. She started a garden in 2010 with 3 heirloom tomato plants and it quickly became a strong passion.
Rather than focus on her pain filled last days, and how less than a year ago she was a stubborn, hard headed, hard working mom, wife, and friend. But at least I know she is no longer in pain. It was time for her to close her eyes one last time; even in her last days, her son-in-law, Coty Lewis, sang to her and she gave us one last wink and smile.
The most important thing I can say about my mother is, star worked hard, played harder. She did it louder, she did it faster, and she sure as hell did it with more love, BABY!