Nancy Louise Pliska Robinson, Ph.D, age 62, of Lawrenceville, GA was born in Midland, Texas to James Franklin Pliska and Nancy Lou Pliska. Dr. Robinson received her Ph.D. from the University of Georgia, Athens with dual majors in Instructional Technology and Educational Leadership. She was a member of many international academic organizations, most notably the Golden Key International Honors Society. In addition, she was a member of the Atlanta Business Women's Association, UGA Alumni Association and Soroptimist International of Atlanta. Her goal in life was to be a life-long learner and to provide quality education to under-served communities. She was the founder of TechLearnIT, Inc., a non-profit organization and the Founder/CEO of Robinson 360, LLC. Dr. Robinson is survived by her husband, Neal Robinson; daughter, Liza Robinson; mother, Nancy Lou Pliska of Richland Hills, TX; brother, James R. Pliska of N. Richland Hills, TX and sisters, Mary E. Pliska of Charlotte, NC and Teresa J. Michael of Katy, TX. In lieu of flower please consider donations to Soroptimist International of Atlanta. Online condolences maybe expressed at www.wagesandsons.com, Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel, 770-277-4550

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  1. We are so sorry about your loss. We remember how kind your Mother was to us when we moved here.She brought food over and visited and we became friends. We gave her fresh vegetables from our garden, and she would cook a dish for us.The memory I cherish most was the time she cooked chow chow for my Dad when I told her that my parents were coming to visit.Neither my Mom nor I cooked that, so my Dad was very surprised and thrilled.You’re in our thoughts and prayers.

  2. I attenedPermian with Nancy. I admire her so much. Shealwaystook allll her books home e eryday. I’m saddened to hear of her passing.

  3. I attended school with Nancy from elementary thru Permian…she was an incredible person. I always knew she would do wonderful things… I am truly sorry for your loss.

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