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George Ann Ahles

George Ann Ahles

Saturday, March 16th, 2019 Wednesday, August 28th, 2019

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Obituary for George Ann Robison Ahles

George Ann Robison Ahles, 83, died August 28 2019. She was born on March 16th, 1936.

Born in Lebanon TN, she was the daughter of the late George Thomas Nelson and Ida Mae Jackson.

George Ann was married to the late Judge Rodney Victor Ahles. Her first husband was the late David McGill Robison, Jr.

George Ann is survived by her two sons. David McGill Robison, III and daughter in-law Elizabeth Later Robison are of Simpsonville, SC. Her son James Andrew Robison and daughter in-law Colyer Brubaker Robison are of Franklin, TN. She is also survived by her five grandchildren: Haley Margene Robison of Simpsonville SC, Summer Jewel Robison of Jacksonville FL, Allie Tucker Robison Mudd (and grandson in-law Noah Lael Mudd) of Brentwood TN, Andrew David Robison of Thibodaux LA, and Luke James Robison of Franklin TN.

George Ann graduated from Lebanon High School in 1954. She received her bachelor's degree from Carson Newman University and her master's from the University of Tennessee. She taught music at Metro Nashville Public Schools, Oak Hill School, and Belmont University, over a 30 year period. She also performed as a soprano soloist at many venues over her life, including the Nashville Symphony Chorus and First Presbyterian Church of Nashville. She frequently volunteered at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital, taking dogs to comfort cancer patients.

A small, private family memorial will occur in a few months.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Heart Association at www.heart.org. Updated details can be found on Facebook, at "Porgie Memorial." Mailing address: 216 Strasburg Drive, Simpsonville SC 29681.

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