Judith M Robinette
January 23, 1942 - October 11, 2013
Judith “Judy” Robinette, 71 Plainfield, passed away October 11, 2013. Born January 23, 1942 in Indianapolis, she was the daughter of Albert “Roy” and Ruth Charlene Lydy Hickey. She was married to Dennis Robinette and he preceded her in death. Judy worked for the phone companies for 25 plus years and retired in the year 1988. Survivors include her son, Michael Patterson; daughter, Michelle Christopher; brother, Robert Hickey; sister, Pat Turner; 4 grandchildren, Leslie Christopher, Sgt. James Christopher USMC, Dylan Patterson, Nic Patterson and 2 great grandchildren, James M. Christopher and Joseph M. Christopher. Services will be at 11:30 am on Wednesday, October 16, 2013 in Hall-Baker Funeral Home, Plainfield, with burial to follow in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Hall, Indiana. Calling will be from 5:00-8:00 pm on Tuesday, October 15, 2013 in the funeral home. Online condolences may be made at www.bakerfuneralservice.com
Sarah Russell OkeySo sorry for your loss.
Mary Price WadeSorry for your loss, always sad to lose a family member.
Knew her and brother Bob from grade school years at P.S. #21.
Her only grandaughterMy grandma was one of my best friends and I will miss her everyday that passes. She is in gods hands now and I know he will treat her good. I love you grandma! Till we meet again...
Barba Baer Janet Nylund and familiesWe are so sorry for your loss Judy was a wonderful mother and we only have find memories of the times we shared growing up on Temple Street . We are away on vacation snd will not
Be able to attend the services . However,you are all in our thoughts and prayers. .... Shelly you know you were like a sister to Donna and I growing up We have been blessed to know you all. Live you. !!!!!
Donna WootenWith Deepest sympathy. May God's presence be felt with Shelly and Mike and their families during this time of loss .
I have many fond memories of Judy during my childhood and growing teenage years. I remember Judy was always so kind and loving to being around. Thank you for sharing your warmth, laugher and zest for life.
Beverly Hill DunbarI'm sorry for your loss, Judy was a big part of my younger years, and I loved her dearly.
Beverly Hill Dunbar
Pat TurnerJudy was a great sister and it's hard to imagine life without her. I share this loss with her children and grandchildren and great grandchildren and all her friends. She certainly was loved and going to be missed.
Jackie O'DonnellPlease accept my deepest sympathies. I had the honor of caring for Dennis and Judy. They were both great people. Judy always had a smile and something nice to say always.
Deanna Hancock GeorgeSo sorry for your loss. Judy was a very good friend in grade school #21 and throughout our high school years. I also worked at the phone company but moved out West in 1969.Condolences to all of the family---Deanna Hancock Goerge