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Welcome to this website to keep you updated on our beloved Stacy Robinson. Many of you already know of his courageous fight with Multiple Myeloma and now is the time to connect you all to his journey.
Visit often to view the photo gallery, get updated information, and write a note in the guestbook.
The Robinson family thanks you in advance.
God bless you.
In the fall of 2009, Stacy was diagnosed with cancer of the plasma cells in the bone marrow called Multiple Myeloma. Finally he was able to explain the back pain he'd been having for some time. It was not an old football injury like he had thought, but it was something much more serious and he would begin treatment immediately.
It's been a long road of chemotherapy, a stem cell transplant, and a bone marrow transplant provided by his eldest son Stacy. Although the treatments have kept him with us until now, they are no longer working. God has a different set of plans for Stacy and on Thursday, May 3rd, he entered hospice care.
Presently, Stacy is resting peacefully at home surrounded by his loving wife Nadine, his sons Stacy, Myles, and Marquis, his sisters Candace and Kim, his brothers Leighton and Ramonnand his cousin Catherine. Although Stacy is not taking visitors, thoughts and prayers are welcome. Please stay in touch through this website and we will continue to read him your messages.
Services for Stacy Robinson will be held in Minnesota on Saturday, May
19, 2012 at Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, 501 West Lawsosn Ave., St. Paul,
MN 55117; visitation from 10:00AM until funeral service at 12:00 Noon. Interment will follow at Elmhurst Cemetery, St. Paul,
MN. Arrangements by Bradshaw, St. Paul, MN.