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Lori Ann Darling-Robbins September 7, 1965 - April 17, 2020

Lori Ann Darling-Robbins, 54, went home on Friday, April 17, 2020. Twin Oaks Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Lori was born on September 7, 1965 in Memphis, Tennessee. She was a member of Colonial Hills Church. Lori’s favorite color was purple. She enjoyed reading, PBS, and  Cultural arts. Lori admired the arts and gazed at the beauty of nature and it wonders. She cared for all of Gods creatures in love and support. She spent 30 plus years as an RN nurse. Helping people and caring for people. She was a loving and kind hearted person. She last helped people as an RN nurse supervisor for Diversicare. The most important thing to Lori was her family. She will be greatly missed for the unconditional love she gave, the smile that lit up a room, and the hugs that gave comfort and strength.

She is survived by her daughter Sarah Ashley Robbins; father Larry Lee Darling; sisters Cheri Darling-Swords (Tommy), Dina Williams (Brian), nieces Kelsey Taff, Malorie Berretta (Colton), Hannah Taff, Nicole Allen, and Baylee Williams; nephew Josh Taff; great nephews Brayden Allen, Shiloh Johnson and Gabriel Hawley.

She is preceded in death by her mother, Judy Lynn Darling; grandparents, James L Sr. and Mary Walters and E.C and Irene Darling.

In lieu of flowers, memorials in honor of Lori can be made to The Humane Society or Southaven City Animal Shelter (5813 Pepper Chase Dr, Southaven, MS 38671).

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    Regina L. says

    Fly high. Dance with Jesus. Go find my dad and mawmaw and eat rice puddin with them. Hug your sweet mom for me. Healthy. Happy. Eternal peace in your home. I’ll always cherish my church family and memories. See you when I get home, until then, not goodbye but see you later Pochahanus. You always reminded me of her with your beautiful black hair and flawless beauty.

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    Kanela Hanna says

    Dear Lori’s Family,

    I was very saddened to hear of your loss.
    I have had the privilege of knowing Lori since we met while working together a few years ago.
    Lori was such a bright and caring person. In her role as a nurse, she was wonderful with her patients. I especially remember her thirst for knowledge, her good sense of humor, her faith and her words of encouragement to me during a difficult time.

    You have my deepest sympathies.

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