Robin Lynn Ramseur departed this life on November 16, 2021. On March 2, 1974, she was born to the late Gail Robin Ramseur and the late Linnwood Monroe at MCV Hospital. Robin was the second of five children. Because of a series of unfortunate incidents, Robin was taken to live with a family friend, the late Lavinia McNeil, and her fiance, the late Albert Johnson, that cared for her through her childhood. Robin received her GED from Job Corp and attended J Sargeant Reynolds Community College and received her Associates in Social Science. She extended her studies at Virginia Commonwealth University in hopes of becoming a social worker.\n\n\n\nRobin lived a godly life. Her walk and talk matched, as she loved the Lord and was not ashamed to tell you so and would advise you to do the same. Robin would tell everyone she knew about Jesus and the Redeemed Assembly of Jesus Christ, where her love for Jesus was cultivated. She would tell people that Redeemed Assembly was one of the best churches around and that they needed to stop playing and come to church. She served faithfully in ministry in Hospitality, sang on the Sanctuary Choir and taught the teen class.\n\n\n\nRobin was a force. Robin's name, by definition, means famed, bright, and shining, and she lived up to it. She could walk into any room and change the atmosphere with one joke, one crazy look, one silly dance, or her specialty, one act of love and kindness. She brought brightness; she shined. Robin was famed. When she talked to people, she spoke as if she had known them all their lives. They felt seen, loved, and cared about, and they were. She took care of those she loved, the OG's (Old Gals) at the flats where she lived. They knew they could depend on her for a helping hand at any time, whether to help wrangle on a pair of Ted hoes, help them with groceries, or fix a meal, she would be there for them and they for her. Robin brought hope. If you've been in her presence any amount of time, she would freely share her testimony. She was placed in foster care at a young age and experienced homosexuality, violence, robbery, and drug dealing, which led to spending years of her life in prison..., But God. The God of heaven stepped in and took her from one lifestyle to another. A lifestyle where she flourished, no longer being a slave to those things that kept her bound. He took away her taste for the world and replaced it with his taste of love. She would tell people about the peace she now had in Christ Jesus and how He supplied her every need. The joy of the Lord was indeed her strength. She would tell it all and then look at them and say, "now, if he can do it for me, why do you think he won't do it for you?" Through Robin fearlessly telling her testimony, people received hope.\n\n\n\nShe was preceded in death by parents, Gail Robin Ramseur and Linwood Monroe; and brother, Anthony Eugene Lewis. She is survived by her sisters, Linda Robin Ramseur and Melva Banks; her brothers, Glover Theodore Ramseur, and Anthony Wilson; two aunts, Rosa Ransom and Tanya Coleman; two nephews, Anthony Alert and Omari Banks; four cousins, Linnwood Shuford, Marcus Shuford, Patrice Shuford, and Shanta Ransom (Sha-Sha); the Redeemed Assembly of Jesus Christ church family and a host of relatives and friends.\n\n\n\nFuneral service will be held on Saturday, November 20, 2021 at 3 PM at Redeemed Assembly of Jesus Christ, 2200 Fairfax Ave.