Mae Elizabeth Robinson, 62, federal systems analyst


Mae Elizabeth Meads Robinson, a former analyst for a federal heath care agency, died Wednesday of unknown causes at Sinai Hospital. The Lochearn resident was 62.

She worked for 28 years as a systems analyst for the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services, formerly called the Health Care Financing Administration.

She received several awards from the agency for her work.

She previously worked for Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. as a computer analyst.

Known for her love of animals, she supported the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and was involved in fund raising for the organization.

"She was a computer whiz -- computers and animals, that was her thing," said her husband, Dr. Walker Lee Robinson Sr.

She was a music enthusiast with a fondness for rhythm and blues.

She was also a breast cancer survivor.

The youngest of 11 children of Lillian Lucas Meads and James Meads, she was born in Baltimore. Mrs. Robinson was a 1958 graduate of Frederick Douglass High School.

In 1962, she earned a bachelor of science degree in mathematics from Morgan State University.

She wed Dr. Robinson, a neurosurgeon, in 1966.

A funeral will be held at 11 a.m. today at Epworth United Methodist Church, St. Luke's Lane at Liberty Road.

In addition to her husband, she is survived by a son, Walker Lee Robinson Jr. of Lochearn; a daughter, Kimberly Robinson of Randallstown; three brothers, William Meads and Roland Meads, both of Baltimore, and Carroll Meads of Sacramento, Calif.; and three sisters, Shirley Briscoe, Gloria Scott and Dorothy Campbell, all of Baltimore.

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