Lisa Mae Robinson

CLINTON – Lisa Mae Robinson, 56, of Clinton died Tuesday April 13, 2021 at Maine General Medical Center in Augusta from COVID-19. She was born in Waterville Sept. 24, 1964, the daughter of Burton and Judith (Sabins) Danforth.

She was a Lawrence graduate, class of 1982. Lisa married Clarence Robinson on Dec. 3, 2016 after 26 years together – I guess you can say it was about time. Lisa worked at New Balance for 23 years and had many friends there.

Everywhere Lisa went, she made friends. Many of her friends were lifelong. She had a big personality and a heart of gold. She was the life of the party and the glue of the family. She spent a lot of her time caring for family and doing for others. She was everyone’s biggest cheerleader. When she showed up, you knew it as she was often the loudest in the room.

Her greatest pride and joy were her five grandbabies, Avery, Layne, Alexa, Meyer, and Raegan. She adored her grandchildren and certainly spoiled them. Her favorite pastimes included camping, side-by-siding, playing cards, crafts, shopping, watching Hallmark movies, and just being with friends and family – it didn’t really matter what they were doing.

Lisa is survived by her husband, Clarence E. Robinson; her son, T.J. Lee and his wife Kelly of Winslow. her daughter, Tasha Passmore and her husband Nathan of Gorham; her mother and stepfather, Judith and George Reid of Clinton; her sister, Tammy Auclair and her husband Jim of Fairfield, her sister, Trudy Reid of Clinton, her brother, Robert Reid and wife Anita of Clinton, her sister, Jodie Reynolds and her husband John of Fairfield, her sister, Barbi Jones of Clinton; a special aunt, Nolly Dostie of Clinton; best friend and sister-in-law, Inez Trahan of Clinton; nieces, nephews, and cousins who loved her dearly.

Lisa was predeceased by her father, Burton Danforth II; her brother Burton (Sonny) Danforth III.

A graveside service will be held at Nobles Ferry cemetery in Clinton, date to be determined.

Arrangements are in the care of Lawry Brothers Funeral Home & Cremation Care, 107 Main Street, Fairfield.

Memories and condolences may be shared with the family on the obituary page of the funeral home website at

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