Patricia Walker Robbins, age 58, of Northport, died April 26, 2014, at home. Services will be 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 30, 2014, at Central Church of Christ with Don Wheeler officiating. Burial will follow in Memory Hill Gardens with Memory Chapel Funeral Home, a Dignity Memorial Provider, directing. Visitation will be Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home. She was preceded in death by her father, Robin H. Walker of Cottondale; grandparents, Robin Wheeler Walker and Ethel Ryan Walker of Tuscaloosa; and father-in-law, William A. Robbins of Tuscaloosa.Survivors include her husband, Curtis Warren Robbins; daughter, Lindsay Alice West (Bradley) of Tuscaloosa; son, Curtis Graydon Robbins of Northport; sister, Pam Walker Chesnutt (Larry); brothers, Robin H. Walker, Jr. (Vicky) of Cottondale and Reginald James Walker (Kim) of Atlanta, Ga.; mother, Rose Marie LaCouvee Walker of Cottondale; grandchild, Kennedy Rose West; mother-in-law, Dot Yon Robbins of Tuscaloosa; sister-in-law, Sharon Robbins Harrison (Tim) of Tuscaloosa; nieces, Margaret Walker Smithson (Kyran), Rebecca Lynn Walker, Avery Elizibeth Walker, Claire, Hallie and Addison Harrison; and nephews, Ryan, Tyler and Alan Chesnutt, and Andrew Ryan Walker.Patricia was born July 17, 1955 to Robin and Rose Walker. She was a 1973 graduate of Holt High School. She married the love of her life, Warren, on May 31, 1980. They had 33 years of happiness and wonderful memories together that will never be forgotten. Her two beautiful children Lindsay and Curt were her life, as Patricia was theirs. There was not a day that went by that multiple phone calls or visits were made to see her. Lindsay and Curt will never forget the wonderful laughs they all shared over the phone together, at midnight, the Thursday before her passing. She had her first beloved grandchild Miss Kennedy Rose, born August 12, 2013. We could not wait to share and experience Kennedy's firsts and watching her grow up, with our GiGi. GiGi was so looking forward to Kennedy's first beach trip in September. Kennedy, GiGi loved you more than you will ever know. Just like her father, Patricia loved her flowers and gardening. As some would say she had a green thumb. She was also a gifted cook. Patricia needed no recipe book. We will miss all of her wonderful food, but mostly her Christmas dinner. She was a long time Clinique consultant. She worked at Gayfers, Parisians, Dillards, and Belk. She adored and talked often of her sweet long-time Clinique customers. Between her time at Clinique she was a Para-Educator at Westwood Elementary. She loved every moment with her sweet students. Patricia was looking forward to completing her few remaining classes at Shelton State Community College in order to obtain her Associate's in Teaching. She loved her church and was a long time member of Central Church of Christ. She knew her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She was not afraid to make sure others knew Him as well. She was a loving wife, mother, GiGi, and friend. This world lost a beautiful person but gained a more beautiful Angel. You are gone from this Earth but will live on in our laughter and memories. We all look forward to the day we can all rejoice again in Heaven.Pallbearers will be Ryan, Tyler, and Alan Chesnutt, Maxwell Peters, Larry Chesnutt, Bill Davidson, Tim Harrison, and Darryl Graham.Honorary pallbearers are Debbie Abston, Cheryl Ryan Watts, Ladonna Beck, Barbara Abrams, Gerry Owens, Dale Sullivan, and Eloise Allgood, members of Central Church of Christ, the girls at Clinique and Estee Lauder, staff and former students of Westwood Elementary. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Central Church of Christ in Tuscaloosa.