Serving the citizens of Halifax County and surrounding areas since 1931

In 1931, the late Samuel Robinson Sr. opened the doors of the funeral home with his sister, Lorena Alston and her husband, William. At that time, the business was named The Alston-Robinson Funeral Home and operated under that name until 1945, when Samuel and Ida, bought the business and renamed it Robinson Funeral Home. The husband and wife team continued to operate the funeral home until his death in 1976. Today it is owned and operated by his wife, Ida Mills Robinson and their sons, Larry Jack and Sam, Jr. Sam serves as the funeral director and business manager, while Jack is the licensed mortician.

Rich with tradition, Robinson Funeral Home has always been a place where sympathy is expressed through kindness and service.” Our philosophy is that a funeral at Robinson’s is and always will be a celebration of someone’s life, and that every family is treated with dignity, respect and honor.

The Robinson family is thankful and honored to have the opportunity to serve the residents of Halifax County and surrounding areas in their times of grief and remains committed to providing every family with quality service.