St. Louis Cremation Earl Robinson

Earl Robinson

Earl Maurice Robinson Jr
8/24/1940 – 6/18/2021
Earl Maurice Robinson Jr was born Aug 24, 1940 to Earl Maurice Robinson and Lielie McCaskin in Mobile Alabama.
After graduating in 1959 from Central High School in Mobile Alabama. He went overseas (Korea, Yongsan) the year of 1963 where he worked as a salesman and typist for the United States Army. Earl was discharge that following year (1964) and he decided to continue his education.
Earl received his business degree in 1976 at State Community College, St. Louis, ILL.
In 1980 he earned his B.S. Degree in elementary education, k-9 grades
He became a school teacher in 1990-1991 teaching 2nd graders and moved up to teaching all grades at Matthew’s Lutheran. In New Orleans Earl also taught children grades six and seven. He started working as a substitute teacher for the university city public school district where he taught all grades here in St. Louis MO
In 1994 Earl received his Masters Degree, Master of art, Master of religious education.
In 1998 – 1999 Earl attended university life school of ministry, Modesto, California. Where he received his Doctor of philosophy in religion and ordained ministry. My father was then named “Dr. Earl Robinson” and yes he really loved the “Dr.” Accomplishment he made an so was I.
Earl retired from teaching in the early 2000s and started working as a security guard in St. Louis MO till he departed.
On June 18, 2021 Earl departed to join his wife Mary and grandson Alrico.
Earl leaves behind three Grandchildren Michelle, Raymond, Gerald Jr, and two children Gerald (Son) and Denise (Daughter).


  1. Starr on July 8, 2021 at 7:34 pm

    My Sister, my Love, my Family!!
    My Condolences to you, Miguel, Yum Yum, and RJ for your lost.

    I send a Spirit of peace, calmness, serenity and joy to you and yours for your soul in your healing process.

    All my Love
    Tee- Tee Starr

  2. Rochelle Hightower on July 9, 2021 at 6:19 pm

    To our daughter he will always love as he call his daddy baby he will be missed message from me your baby momma I will miss you and will I always remember the good times we shared and will always love them until we meet again


  3. Leslie Carter on July 9, 2021 at 8:11 pm

    You are truly missed. We shared alot of laughter over the years. It was an honor to know you. Rest easy.

  4. Debra Young on August 7, 2021 at 9:28 am

    I was sorry to hear about Earl. I met him when he taught in NOLA at Mcdonogh 36 his class was next door to mine. We became friends. We basically wrote letters and talked by phone after he moved back to St. Louis.
    I often think of his family whom he love and pray for each of you.
    Get closer to God daily, for Earth has no sorrow which Heaven cannot heal.

  5. Trimayne Davis on September 3, 2021 at 12:54 pm

    Denise (Pudd),
    You and your family have my deepest sympathy and condolences for the loss of your Dad, My Buddy Earl. Love you all.

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