Clifford Barry Robertson, Jr.

Clifford Barry Robertson Jr., 66, born on July 23, 1946 was the son of the late Clifford Barry Robertson Sr. and Anna Cotton-Robertson.  He departed this life on October 28, 2012 at Coastal Hospice at the Lake in Salisbury, Maryland.

He leaves to cherish fond memories, his mother, Anna Robertson of Manokin, Maryland; one daughter, Chakenya Robertson of Princess Anne, Maryland; one son, Jaquai Robertson and Bianca Onley (fiance’) of Salisbury, Maryland; one granddaughter, Shakara Robertson of Princess Anne; one brother, Craig (Michelle) Robertson of Rolesville, North Carolina; his children’s mother, Emma Corbin of Princess Anne; two aunts, two uncles and a host of other relatives and friends.

In addition to his father he was preceded in death by his brother Cedric Robertson.

A funeral service will be held 1 p.m. Saturday, November 10, 2012 at Samuel Wesley United Methodist Church in Manokin, Maryland where friends may call hour prior.   Interment will be private.

3 Responses to “Clifford Barry Robertson, Jr.”

  • Dea Myers:

    To the Robertson Family,

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this transition. The bible teaches us that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord, I pray you will take comfort in that. I worked with Clifford at the “phone company” in the early ’70’s. Cliff was always a people person, always helpful, always making people feel comfortable and oh he made me laugh often at work. I will cherish those memories as I pray that you dwell on his dash the time between his birth and his going home. May God Bless you all and keep you in His peace.

    Dea Myers

  • Ernesteen (Teene) Corbin:

    Chakenya, Ja’Quia, Shakira and the Robertson Family,

    I am so saddened to hear of Uncle Cliffords passing. I will always remember him as one of my favorite Uncles. We shared many laughs and many memories. I would wake up many Saturday mornings to look out and see his bright orange 2 seater car parked and I know he had safely arrived from NY, coming to pick up the love his lives ( his kids). He was a great Father and Uncle and did whatever he could to help anyone.
    I loved to hear him talk and the educational talks he shared with weasle and I. He always was positive no matter what the situation or conversation was. May God send you comforting arms in your time of need and know that there is no more pain or suffering for him and he will always be with us in spirit and in our hearts and mind. We love you but God loves you best. Gone but never to be forgotten. I will miss you Uncle Clifford

    Sorrowfully Submitted,
    Your Niece, Teene Corbin

  • Avis Employees:

    To the Robertson Family,
    Mr. Robertson was a very trustworthy and loyal patron of our company. We are truly sorry for your loss. All of us here will certainly miss his weekly visits and his pleasant personality.
    Sending Prayers to your Family,
    Jessica, Steve, Erika and Billy
    Avis Rental Car

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