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Bernadine was born on September 9, 1935 in Murray Utah to Claud LaDrew and Bernadine Drown. She was the oldest of two children. Bernadine grew up in Murray, Utah, and graduated from Murray High School and later attended business college.
On August 20 1956, Bernadine married her eternal companion, Allen Corky Robinson, in the Salt Lake Temple. Bernadine and Corky are the proud parents of four children: Dallen Robinson (CherEl), Cindy Sadler (Kay), Kathy Robinson (Charlie) and Dale Robinson (Cheryl).
As a devoted member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Bernadine served her church as the Hunter fourth ward Relief Society President and other various positions in her Erda ward. She truly enjoyed serving others and helping with various charities, including her involvement in the starting of the Festival of Trees. She was an active member of Daughters of Utah Pioneers (DUP) for many years. She was a dedicated recruiter for new members, brought many members into DUP because of her love for the organization.
One of her many highlights was when she and Corky were selected as Grand Marshalls for the Erda Days.
Bernadine was a talented athlete and fisher woman and a gifted cake decorator. She played softball and gained the nickname “Bubbles” for her good cheer and comradery. She later coached her daughters’ softball team up to the national level. Bernadine also won the high score bowling trophy in her league while pregnant with her third child. She could decorate a cake that looked like a football with real leather as well as elegant multi-layer wedding cakes. She enjoyed camping with her husband, children and grandchildren and loved catching frogs, snakes and spiders with them. Bernadine was so proud and supported her children in their every endeavor and was a beloved mother. She sacrificed for her family and was charitable to all. She loved her sister immensely and always looked forward to her trips to Florida to see her and her husband. Bernadine was an incredible friend as she maintained close relationships with special connections made throughout her life. She loved and served those around her and made a positive difference in the lives of those she touched, and always with a smile.
Bernadine loved to watch and cheer on her grandchildren in their sport activities and family gatherings. She always joined in on all the games and activities. She loved BYU sports, especially football, where she attended the games with family. She was a season ticket holder for many years, until her health prevented her from attending.
Most of all she loved her husband Corky and supported and loved him with everything she had. They were a remarkable team for 66+ years. Corky was tireless in his devotion and care for her particularly as her illness progressed. Their daughter Kathy was steadfast as her mothers’ caregiver and was honored to take the role.
Bernadine is survived by her husband Corky, sister Doris, their four children, 13 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren.
A viewing will be held Friday, February 17, 2023 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Erda LDS Ward, 323 East Erda Way, Erda, UT and again, Saturday, February 18, 2023 from 10:00 – 11:30 AM at Erda LDS Ward, 323 East Erda Way, Erda, UT with funeral services to follow at 12:00 PM. To watch the services online, please click on the blue “Watch Services” button above. You will be required to sign into your Zoom account. To sign up for your own free account, visit the Zoom sign-up page and enter your email address. You will receive an email from Zoom (firstname.lastname@example.org). In this email, click Activate Account. A recording of the services will be made available within 24 hours after the services.
In lieu of flowers the family encourages donations to the Alzheimer’s Foundation. The family would like to extend their sincerest gratitude to caretakers, friends, family members, and all of those who helped Bernadine over the course of her illness.
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We are so sorry for your loss your wife, mother, grandmother was such a sweetheart she will be missed. Though we all wish it could be longer she lived a long life hope you can find comfort and peace.
Love, Jeremy Wright and Mason Derbyshire
To the family of Bernadine Robinson,
We are so very sorry to hear of the loss of such a wonderful woman. Our hearts and prayers go out to you at this tender time.
Thank you Jason for contacting us and letting us know.
May the Lord give you peace!
So sorry for your loss, dear brother.
Thank you for your wonderful example these many years as loving caregiver for Bernadine. How you love her (and how she loves you!) ❤️ I know that love does not end with her parting from mortality, but your love for each other continues during this time of separation—as you both continue to progress toward eternal life and exaltation. 💕 🙏🏻 We all love Bernadine! We also love you and we are praying for you. ❤️ Mike & Donna Staker
Wonderful camping memories. A fabulous lady and friend. We will miss her.
Lots of love and hugs.
Bevany and Bill
We are sure sorry for your loss. She was a great Woman, friend & Neighbor! Great Family.
I am so sorry for your loss. I know she was loved by all and will be missed.
With Sincerest condolences
She was a good lady and a lot of fun to be around!
My thoughts and prayers for all of us