Published in the December 1, 2017 edition

HUDSON, New Hampshire — Elizabeth Ann (Fowler) Robinson, 50, of Hudson, New Hampshire and formerly of Watertown, passed away on November 20, 2017. Beth was a former graduate of Watertown High School and had attended Fitchburg State University as well as Bunker Hill Community College.

Beth shared a love of gardening with her late mother, loved to cook and care for her family and friends. She was an avid Boston sports fan and never missed a game. Beth was passionate about helping others and often donated her time to various charities and fundraisers. She walked and raised money each year for Alzheimer’s awareness in fond memory of her late mother, Irene Fowler and her late mother-in-law, Anna Robinson.

Beth was a compassionate and devoted person who was adored by all who knew her. She was a gentle soul and had a way of making each person, whose life she touched, feel loved and special. She had a strong sense of family and her children meant the world to her. She was an amazing friend to many and would put her own needs aside whenever someone she cared about was in need. Beth’s unique and special ways made it so easy to love her.

Beth will be dearly missed by all.

Beth was the beloved wife of Paul C. Robinson. Loving mother of Patrick C., Thomas P., Cameron J., Celia I. Robinson and the late Victoria Robinson. Beloved daughter of James Fowler and the late Irene (Papazian) Fowler formerly of Watertown. Loving sister of Christine Fowler of Hudson, New Hampshire, Susan Renkainen of Brewster and Steven Fowler of New York. Caring birth daughter of Jerilyn Maynard and her husband Ron. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews, all whom loved their auntie.

Visiting hours were held at the Gately Funeral Home, 79 W. Foster St., Melrose on Tuesday, Nov. 28. Funeral procession was from the Gately Funeral Home on Wednesday, Nov. 29, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at St. Mary’s Church, Herbert St. Melrose. Burial in Wyoming Cemetery, Melrose. Memorial contributions may be made in Beth’s name to a charity of one’s choice. To send a message of condolence please visit