Leslie Bryant Robinson


Leslie Bryant Robinson passed away on April 26, 2017 after a long illness. Born on October 27, 1943 and raised in Ballston Spa, she was the daughter of the late Frederick “Jim” and Agnes Bryant. Leslie married and, after graduating from Ballston Spa High School, lived in Germany for several years and then Maryland for several more. Returning to her home town where she resided for the rest of her life, Leslie worked at Tufflite, the White House and NYS OMRRD.

Along with her parents, Leslie was predeceased by her sister Marlene Doris Bryant; companion of many years Joseph Mulvaney; sister-in-law Karen Bryant; and dear friends Lucy, Leanne, Janet and Lisa.

Leslie is survived by her beloved son Bryan Robinson (Kim); his father Terry (Shereen) Robinson and their son Layne; sister Mary (Ross) Morancie; three brothers: James (Phylllis) Bryant, Donald Bryant and David (Terri) Bryant; numerous nieces and nephews: Susan, Billy, Barry, Kristy, Kelly, Kyle, Kory, Sharan, Scott, David and Danny; her companion’s children: Michael (Joanne) Mulvaney, Joseph Mulvaney Jr., Alan (Mary) Mulvaney, Kenneth (Tanya) Mulvaney and Joanne (Carmen) Isabella; and cherished relatives: cousin Joyce (Ronald) Ellsworth and aunt Eva Hoffman; and longtime friends Peter and Marie Hettrich and Wayne Gilhorn.

Leslie and her family would like to thank Dr. D, Dr. Ying, Bill and especially Norm from Pulmonary Physicians of Saratoga Springs; Sherrie, Kathy and Jan from The Community Hospice; and the staffs at Saratoga Hospital and The Wesley Community.

Relatives and friends are invited to celebrate Leslie’s life at a graveside service on Wednesday, May 3 at 11am at the West Charlton Cemetery, 1328 Sacandaga Road.

Memorial contributions may be made to The Community Hospice, 295 Valley View Blvd., Rensselaer, NY 12144.

“To my angels here on earth (you know who you are), thank you for your love, care and support. To my angels in heaven, you better make room and be ready for me.” ~ Leslie Ann

Guest Book

Fran Jenkins

I will miss your witty comebacks. I enjoyed having you as a client for over 40 years, but having your friendship meant more to me. You are in a better place and now you can be Les again. RIP! So glad I made that last visit to you and gave you your last haircut. It was meant to be!

Carol Palmo

Leslie was my "bestie" growing up on Saratoga Ave. For many years, we were inseperable. As adults, we drifted apart, but when we did have the chance to get together, it was like old times like we had never been apart.

She was loving and caring and very hard working. Everyone who knew her loved her. She was one in a million.

I know that she is at peace now and no longer in pain, but my heart is very sad. Rest in Peace my friend.

My thoughts and prayers are with her family.