Robin Carnley

November 30, 2019

Robin Carnley, 67, passed away on the morning of November 23, 2019. Her loving husband Cecil Wayne Carnley and family members by her side. Robin was born April 2, 1952, in Worcester, Massachusetts to William Pransky and Evelyn Berglund.

Robin found joy in many things; studying the bible, sewing, and cooking for her family. She enjoyed being a loving mother, wife, grandmother and a great-grandmother. Robin met her husband while both of them resided in Okeechobee, Florida. Robin and Cecil officially married May 15, 2015. Robin was introduced to Cecil by a family member. It was love at first sight for Robin and Cecil. Both never leaving each other’s side from that day forward.

Four years ago, Robin and Cecil moved to Pensacola to be closer to family members. Within months both would experience a sudden head on collision that seriously injured them. It took several months and hard work for them to recover. Robin would tell you today they both survived by the grace of God, their deep love for each other, and the love that was poured out by family members and friends.

Throughout her life she was known as kind, thoughtful, and selfless. She had brought joy to all those who came to know her. Although she has departed from this life, she continues to live on in the hearts of those who hold her dearest. She will forever be missed and never be forgotten.

She is survived by her husband Cecil Wayne Carnley of 13 years. Her children Robert Pransky and Michael Carnley, Marissa Green, Debbie Hedgepeth, Christine Carnley, Kayla Stone (Jason Stone). Her three sisters Merilee Berglund, Judith Tiffany, and Donna Clough. Two brothers Billy Pransky and Rick Berglund. Many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Robin would also want us to mention two gentlemen names she called her honorary son’s, Johnny Ray Heathcock and Kenneth Jones.

Memorial services will be held at 2:00 pm Monday December 2. 2019 at East Side Assembly of God Church at 2990 East Kingsfield Road.


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