Shirley "Rusty" Robinson

February 10, 1947 ~ March 18, 2023

Shirley “Rusty” Robinson, 76, of Sulphur, passed away on Saturday, March 18, 2023, in a local hospice facility surrounded by her family.  Rusty enjoyed fishing, camping, arts and crafts, watching Hallmark movies, spending time with her family and chit chatting with her Facebook friends. 

 Rusty is survived by her sons, Jace Leger and Jeff Leger; her sister, Jeri Woods; her brother, Bob Sadler; her grandchildren, Kaleb Leger, Jackie Thibodeaux, Johnathan Bourque; five great grandchildren; and her special friend, Randy Daigle.  She was preceded in death by her husband, Wayne Robinson; her sister, Linda Arnold; her father, Al Sadler; and her mother, Bert Sadler.

 A celebration of life for Rusty will be held at a later date.

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  1. You are missed. I’m going to miss our chats. You were so supportive to me and glad that we said we loved each other often. I could write so many things with all the memories I have. I love you.I know I always called you Aunt Shirley because I loved that name. I’m glad I was your niece. 🙏🏻

  2. Oh Rusty girl my heart is so broken .am so honoured to have known you and to have you as a good friend I’ll have many Dr. peppers for you my friend. I’ll cherish your Christmas times together our chat sessions with Miss Tillys or Dr Pepper visits. You were one great joyful friend to have I’m gonna miss you so much talking do you want to here., can’t believe you’re gone . May you rest in peace my friend say hi to Miss Tilly Alice ,Pat . Love you, Rusty, rest in peace, my friend. Love, your friend, Cindy Matlock.

  3. Ohhhh my BFF
    Its been a long ride but you earned your wings.
    Fly High girlie
    I'm sure gonna miss you…
    Already do…

  4. Ohhhh my BFF…
    What am I gonna do without you kiddo???
    Been a long ride but you finally earned your wings…
    Fly High my BFF
    We love you

  5. Words for my aunt Rusty, I will always remember you and you will always have a place in my heart.
    My mother loved you and respected you for always speaking up when it called for it.
    May your family find peace with your passing and always carry a happy memory of you.

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