Isiah
Isiah "The Prophet" Robertson passed away January 25, 2020 in Buffalo, NY. He was the husband of Gloria (Dolson).
Visitation will be Friday, February 7, 2020 6-8 PM in the Mt. Erie Baptist Church, 1152 Fairfield Ave. Funeral services Saturday at Noon.
Arrangements by WILLIAMSON FUNERAL HOME, 635 Main Street.
Published on January 28, 2020

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Tony - New York
Feb 08, 2020
Tony & Angela.
Condolence to the Robinson family for the lost of Isaiah Robertson (Bayman) . I had the opportunity of living & working with him in 1983, we have been friends ever since. We often call on each other, and when i visit Toronta, i often visit him.
May your Soul Rest in Peace.
Due to illness i will not be able to attend the funeral.
The family will be represented by Angela ( wife ) & Annabel ( daughter)
The Llewellyn family moans the lost of Prophet Isaiah Robertson.
Thomas & Linda Quaranta
Feb 07, 2020
We send our condolences to the Robertson family for your loss of Isiah.
May you be comforted during this difficult time.
Tina Quaranta-Robertson, Dawn, Michael, Linda & Tom Quaranta
Feb 06, 2020
Peaceful White Lilies Basket was purchased for the family of Isiah "The Prophet" Robertson by Tina Quaranta-Robertson, Dawn, Michael, Linda & Tom Quaranta.  Send flowers
Victorine Grant
Feb 05, 2020
My your soul rest in peace.
EmZetty Robertson (sister)
Feb 05, 2020
I love you but I know you are gone to a better place.
Mrs. Valerie M. Russell
Feb 05, 2020
On behalf of the Russell's, Grant's and my mom, EmZetty Robertson family, we would like to share our condolences with the families and friends of my uncle Bayman as he's fondly called. We knew uncle Bayman as a kind, loving and caring individual who often put the needs of others above himself. His unselfish, relentless and caring attitude has helped countless family members, friends and strangers. Who he was as a gentle human being can never be replaced. We miss him dearly, his phone calls, his laughter, him quoting scriptures and reminding us that the coming of the Lord is near. He shared his pain, grief and disappointments during unforgettable times in his life when he felt all alone. That... made us sad, but as he would smile and say..."it's okay, I'm not mad, because God is LOVE". His thoughtful attitude towards many will live on forever while he's gone. To his dear wife Sister Gloria Robertson, and family, no one can repay you for the care and love you all gave to our uncle. Words are insufficient to describe your unwavering love, dedication, support and strength during the time our uncle was ill, before and after he passed. We are indebted to you for all you have done for your loving husband during his illness, you were there and you were always there. In the end, you and your family were the ones he could turn to for immediate support.
Uncle Bayman was not the only family beneficiary who inherited/benefitted from your kind, thoughtful and compassionate attitude, many family members did also. Mrs. Robertson (Gloria) you are a Gem. Continue to shine like the diamond you are for the Lord. May God bless and keep you, may He make His face to shine upon you and may you find peace in Him, the kind of peace that only He (God) can give. We love and appreciate you very much. God bless you. VR
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Mrs. Valerie M. Russell
Feb 05, 2020
On behalf of the Russell's, Grant's and my mom, EmZetty Robertson family, we would like to share our condolences with the families and friends of my uncle Bayman as he's fondly called. We knew uncle Bayman as a kind, loving and caring individual who often put the needs of others above himself. His unselfish, relentless and caring attitude has helped countless family members, friends and strangers. Who he was as a gentle human being can never be replaced. We miss him dearly, his phone calls, his laughter, him quoting scriptures and reminding us that the coming of the Lord is near. He shared his pain, grief and disappointments during unforgettable times in his life when he felt all alone. That... made us sad, but as he would smile and say..."it's okay, I'm not mad, because God is LOVE". His thoughtful attitude towards many will live on forever while he's gone. To his dear wife Sister Gloria Robertson, and family, no one can repay you for the care and love you all gave to our uncle. Words are insufficient to describe your unwavering love, dedication, support and strength during the time our uncle was ill, before and after he passed. We are indebted to you for all you have done for your loving husband during his illness, you were there and you were always there. In the end, you and your family were the ones he could turn to for immediate support.
Uncle Bayman was not the only family beneficiary who inherited/benefitted from your kind, thoughtful and compassionate attitude, many family members did also. Mrs. Robertson (Gloria) you are a Gem. Continue to shine like the diamond you are for the Lord. May God bless and keep you, may He make His face to shine upon you and may you find peace in Him, the kind of peace that only He (God) can give. We love and appreciate you very much. God bless you. VR
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Joyce and Albert
Feb 04, 2020
My condolences to the Robertson's family ,
My friend your work has completed on earth god has called you home ,you have touch the life of many people.
Anonymous
Feb 01, 2020
Sorry for your loss, didn't know him but loved his house it was very beautiful!!
Diana
Feb 01, 2020
Very sad, I did not know him but his spirit shown through in his abode.
Don Compton
Jan 31, 2020
Just a Falls resident thought his house was a reflection of happiness. Happy home happy man. God bless