In 1932, Royal Funeral Home began operation in downtown Clinton and in 1937 built the present building located at 301 McKoy St. In 1955, Rohmer M. Hall purchased the business changing the name to Royal-Hall Funeral Home. In the early 1970s there was an addition to the building in the way of a new Chapel, visitation rooms and embalming room. In 1990, the business was purchased by F.J. Faison, Jr. and Vernon R. Clifton. The funeral home received a complete face lift with new furniture, carpet and painting throughout. Royal-Hall Funeral Home continues today to operate with the same dedication to providing quality funeral service to our families.
In Memory of
Cynthia Marie Jones "Cindy" Robinson
Cindy Robinson was a truly wonderful person who touched many lives with love and compassion. She grew up in the Harrells community, but made a lasting impression throughout the county, having worked for Royal Hall Funeral Home since 1984. She was a pivotal person in the lives of many who were going through some very sad times, and always had a smile and a pleasant word for everyone. She meant so much to so many, and will be missed dearly by all that knew and loved her. Her care, kindness, and generosity can never be forgotten.
Cindy was brave and courageous during her sickness and an inspiration to others to live better lives. Her biggest worry wasn't what was happening to her, but what would happen to her family. Would they be okay when she was gone? Cindy had strong family and heritage roots – she was true to her family, her hometown, and home church. She often commented that where she and her high school sweetheart Joe lived was her "little piece of heaven". She lived her life simply and honestly, and for this she was happy. One could always sense Cindy's deep faith in our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and now she is a beautiful angel in Heaven watching over everyone.
A friend is a treasure who loves you as you are, sees not only who you are, but who you can become, is there to catch you when you fall, shares your everyday experiences, accepts your worst, but helps you become your best, understands your past, believes in your future, accepts you today just as you are, and comes in when the whole world has gone out. Cindy was the true definition of a friend. Her caring personality was consistent every time you came in contact with her. She always had a smile and a gentle way about her. She was the same person each and every time you saw her.