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Condolences for Eleanor G. Robinson

My deep sympathy at the lost of your mom. I only really got to know her in her later years. I had the homnor of "doing her hair" when Judy wasn't available. We had several interesting conversations about Onalaska and it's history. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her and those many lives she touched.
From Alyce Erickson

Penny and Paul, We are so saddened by the news that your mother has passed away. She was a great influence on my life during those formitive years in Church and School. They trip to Ghost Ranch, New Mexico is something I will never forget. The trip through Kansas to NM then TX and St Louis was fantastic. Again, our thoughts and prayers are with you this Holiday Season. Scott and Laurie Wimberly
From Scott Wimberly

God bless her. penny and i met in grade school. there love for horses and country living brought us together. Mrs Robinson was always great to be around. i say MRS because of my fond respect for her. she is now in heaven teaching and loving. God bless.
From lola mueller (neuhaus)

Dear family and friends of Eleanor Robinson, It is with sadness that I learn of Eleanor's death. She was a member of the first Board of Directors of the Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center and served for many years. Her interest about the area's past, both recent and ancient, was a huge part of her life and a valued asset to the Center. I will miss her enthusiasm, friendship, and loyal support. Jim Gallagher Past Executive Director of the Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center
From Jim Gallagher

We've lost touch over the years but the memories remain of days spent at the home in Kinney Coulee,riding horses, time in the little house with Grandma Robinson, seeing you at Uncle Ellsworth's funeral. My deepest sympathy goes out to you, Aunt Eleanor was an amazing lady.
From Peggy(Jenks)Woods

Dear Paul,Penny,Mary and Hannah, Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult time. Eleanor was the consummate lady and the most gracious hostess. She had a smile and a warm welcome for me every time I met her. May she rest in peace.
From Phil and Barb Langston