Agnes Viola (Ola) Robin.
Agnes Viola (Ola) Robin, a resident of Georgetown for 47 years, died at Peel Memorial Hospital, Brampton on Sunday, February 9, in her 80th year.
Known to many as "Ola" and to younger friends as "Aunt Ola", she enjoyed life to the fullest and her cheery personality and keen sense of humor was an inspiration to all who knew her. She always enjoyed good health and was only hospitalized for the last month.
She was born in the Scotch Block area, the youngest of a family of seven to John Chisholm and Agnes Fisher. She married Victor King in the spring of 1927 and they moved to Georgetown. After his death she married Sydney Robin in 1950. She conitnued to live at "Althol", 71 Guelph St. where she had gone as a bride. She was left a widow when her husband passed away in October, 1962. Mrs. Robin was pre-deceased by brothers Will, Tom and Norman, three sisters Mrs. Will Stark (Margaret), Mrs. Clare Robertson (Elma) and Mrs. Arthur Wilson (Nettie). She was a faithful member of Georgetown Presbyterian church, the Royal Circle and Georgetown Women's Institute. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews. Funersal service was conducted by her minister, the Rev. Peter Barrow, from the McClure-Jones. Funeral Home, Georgetown. Pallbearers were Norm Coburn, Charles Harris, Bud James, Paul Robinson, Manley Densmore and George Inglis.