Deborah (Robin) Chambers – Obituary

by Lynn McMillen
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Deborah (Robin) Chambers was born in Jackson, Mississippi on November 18, 1950.

Robin was a tattoo artist for over 25 years. She had an amazing talent helping others tell their stories through body art. She owned and operated two of her own tattoo shops. She worked in Las Vegas on the “strip” and she worked in Fort Worth, Texas in the “stock yards.” Robin also managed Brookshire’s Tobacco Barn in Crockett, Texas. Robin had an amazing and diversified life, she lived many places and met many people always treating others as she wanted to be treated. One word sums-up her whole life: survivor. She faced obstacles head on, surviving Katrina in 2005 and caring for others in her apartment. She accepted Christ as her Savior and was baptized in 2010 at Latexo Methodist Church in Granbury, Texas.

She departed this life on August 12, 2012 in Savannah, TN at the age of 61 years, 8 months, and 25 days

Robin is survived by her mother, Iris Mae Stephany; her daughter, Tamara Jerrolds, and son-in-law, Anthony Jerrolds; granddaughters, Audri and Emilee Jerrolds.

Her father Robert Hall Chambers preceded her in death, as well as her brother, Robert Hall Chambers, Jr.

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