BOARDMAN — Mary Louise Percival Robinson, RN, died Friday, Jan. 15, 2021.
Mary Lou was born Oct. 24, 1925, in Youngstown, a daughter of D. Earl Percival Sr. and Hannah C. Platts Percival. She was affectionately often called Mary Lou. She was a proud 1943 graduate of the Rayen Faculty. She acquired her Registered Nursing diploma from The Youngstown Hospital Faculty of Nursing in 1946.
After receiving her RN, she labored at South Facet Hospital as a employees nurse, Mazda Lamp as an industrial nurse and North Facet Hospital, retiring as a head nurse. She additionally served on the U.S. Military Cadet Corp for 3 years. She was a member of the Youngstown Hospital Nurses Alumni Affiliation.
Mary Lou was married to Legal professional Henry C. Robinson on Could 28, 1949, at St. John’s Episcopal Church. They had been married for 62 years till Henry’s loss of life in 2011.
She was a life member of St. John’s Episcopal Church, the place she served on the sacristy and served for a few years because the Directress of the St. Religion’s Altar Guild. Whereas a member of St. John’s, she acquired the distinguished Sacristy Cross and the Boar’s Head Award.
Mary Lou was an excellent golfer and bowler. She was a constitution member of the Mill Creek Women Golf League and belonged to the Trevlac Golf League and several other bowling leagues. Her different memberships included the Colony Membership Dance Membership, the Boardman Tennis and Swim Membership, The Youngstown Membership, Salvation Military Girls’s Auxiliary, Kiwanis Queens of the Downtown Kiwanis, and several other bridge golf equipment. Henry and Mary Lou drove their 1931 Mannequin A Ford as a member of the Mahoning County Olde Automobile Membership.
Mary Lou and Henry started snow snowboarding within the early Fifties when snowboarding was a dangerous sport. Many weekends, in the course of the winters, had been spent snowboarding with family and friends in western New York.
Mary Lou and Henry traveled by way of the Panama Canal, Japan, Spain and England. For his or her fiftieth marriage ceremony anniversary, they and their household went on an Alaskan cruise. In 1971, they frolicked in Hong Kong as company of Governor Sir David Trench and Girl Margaret Trench.
She leaves her son, Kenneth C. Robinson and his spouse, Renae, of Bentonville, Ark.; three grandchildren, Bradley (Kara), Kristen Nichols, RN (Mathias) and Brian (Betsy, RN); and three great- grandchildren, Athan, Aubrey and Julia. The grandchildren have lovingly known as her Gramma Lou.
She was preceded in loss of life by her dad and mom and her brothers, David E. Percival Jr. and Henry S. Percival.
Calling hours might be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021, on the Davis-Becker Funeral House in Boardman.
A graveside service might be held with household, with a memorial service to observe later this 12 months, at St. John’s Episcopal Church.
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