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Celebration of Life While we can never plan the time of our final departure from the Earth, God's word ensures us that His Children will have eternal life and peace with Him...DONNIE DAMOND ROBINSON entered his eternal rest on June 5, 2012. Donnie, beloved son of Tammy Montgomery and Donnie Robinson, was born on December 23, 1988 in Baltimore, Maryland. Damond was a charming and handsome boy who used his good looks to charm the young ladies throughout grade school. He graduated from Northwestern High School in 2006. After high school Damond decided to further his education at Tesst Institute of Technology; where he received a Certificate in HVAC. In addition to receiving HVAC training Damond entered the Jericho Program where he also received a Certificate in Culinary Arts. Over the past few months Damond worked closely with his Uncle Daryl where he was developing additional job skills. Damond loved music and spent much of his spare time writing songs; and it was in those moments that he found his peace and solitude. He truly was an artist in his own way. He loved his baby girl Mechenzie and his sistere and brothers dearly. Damond was affectionately called Deacon Da-Da by his mother because he seemed older and had such a giving and sweet spirit. Damond leaves to cherish his memory: his mother, Tammy; father, Donnie; daughter, Merhenzie; fiancee, Tierra Saunders: brother, Armond; sisters, Ma-Lond, Justice, Danielle and Danyette; grandmothers, Rhepsie Snowden and Delores Branch, grandfather, Johnnie Montgomery; aunts, uncles, cousins and a host of friends.

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