Robbie Lee Gentry was born to the union of Minnie Lee Heard and Jimmie Walter Lee Heard Jr. in San Antonio Texas ,on April 5th,1942. There she went to public school, graduated ,and soon after went to St. Philips College ,to become a nursing assistant. She worked for the Downtown Baptist and Bexar County hospital for many years. She later met and was united in Holy Matrimony to George Lee Elmo Gentry Jr. The couple remained faithfully united until George's demise. Robbie Lee was a woman with lots of love to give. Her biggest joy was taking care of her family and others. Robbie Lee's door was always open to provide a roof over anyone's head , and a home cooked meal for anyone in need. She always had the best leftovers too, so even when just dropping by -she pointed you in the direction of the kitchen. She enjoyed cooking, shopping, sewing, gardening, and had the best remedies for ALL of your needs... She was a woman that everyone could count on and was always ready to lend a hand( She had a lecture for you first though so get ready(haha)) One thing about Our Robbie Lee is she kept it real! All in All- you knew she had your back and was going to be there for you no matter what so you had no choice ,but to want to listen(she was going to say whatever she wanted to say loud and clear anyways(haha)) She probably didn't say what you wanted her to say or how you may have wanted her to say it, but it was always something you'd need to hear and that's what made her so-One of a kind!! She set us straight and sometimes her words hurt, but they were the words we've cherished the most in our lifetime. We miss your finger licking meals from scratch ,especially that good ol'brown gravy ,and those mouth watering cakes our baby. We miss your bold, sassy, and loving personality. We can't help but to miss those big hugs and sweet kisses our Robbie Lee , but most of all-we miss those ears that listened and those shoulders we've all cried on. Thanks for keeping our secrets and loving us all unconditionally ,our Angel. We love you and we Thank you for all you have taught us and all you have done for us, JOB WELL DONE OUR ROBBIE LEE🖤 She leaves to cherish her daughter Deborah (Alvin) Robinson. Grand-daughter Mattie Lee Thomas, whom she raised since birth; GodDaughter- Donyetta Cunningham;Grandchildren- Brianna Gentry, Danyel Williams, Anazia Woods, Stronjai Lewis, Alexandria Peters, Tony Mitchell, Charles Mitchell, Jimmie Mitchell, Marcus, Mitchell, Trashanda Robinson, Alvin Robinson Jr., Megan Pugh, Tess Thomas, Mercedez Thomas, and Tia Thomas; Great- Grandchildren- Arreon Robinson, Jazmine Bledsoe, Zion Barley, Dannye Robinson, Alaura Evans, Tyrese Mitchell, Messiah Mitchell, Karajia Mitchell, Aaliyah Brownlee, Demondre Brownlee, Samaja Mitchell, Nyla Mitchell, Tayshaun Robinson, Taya Robinson, Jayden Robinson, Calleigh Robinson, Skylar Robinson, Stephen Robinson, Jayden Gentry, Neimiah Mitchell, Isaak Mitchell, Dezmond Mitchell, Jazzryn Mitchell, Cedric Harp, Gari Hurd, Ayden Williams, Avery Williams Antavion Myles Jr, Zominick Osborne and Zianique Osborne. Great Great- Grandchild- Carter Scott; Living God Sister Lillie Cook, Uncles/Aunt Eddie (Deborah) Davis, Leeroy Davis, Sammal Hurd. Robbie proceeded in death by her parents Jimmie W.L. Heard Jr. and Minnie Lee Heard. Her husband George L. E. Gentry Jr. , and life time partner Allen Reid Kelso. Her sons George Gentry lll, Darrel Gentry Sr., and Dannye Gentry. Her grandchildren Jimmie J. Mitchell, Darrel Gentry Jr., and Deborah Robinson. Uncles Isaiah Hurd, Monroe Hurd, Catherine Brown, Lucinda Davis, Clifton Hurd, Tommy Hurd, Joseph Vaughn and Melvin Davis. Aunties Lucille Feathers, Irene McCracken and Rosie Winzer.

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  1. Robbie was like a second mother to us. She was there for us during the bad times and the good ones! My last vision of Robbie was her sitting on the patio of our house dressed in a white suit and a big smile on her face. It was the day of our Mama’s funeral. Love you always Robbie. Jerrie Noble Goodloe Patricia Noble McNeal Walter Earl Noble Doris Noble Hoskin Corlis Noble Clark

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