Boonville resident Skylar D. Robinson passed away tragically on Dec. 17. She was 15.
Skylar’s big bright blue eyes were taken from us too soon. She was just a freshman at Boonville High School. She loved choir and, boy, did she love to sing. When she was mad, sad and happy, she sang. She loved her friends dearly and she always tried to help anyone in any way she could. Any help we offered, she was always determined to do it on her own. Skylar would light up a room with her beautiful uplifting spirit. Her friends say she always walked down the hallways with a smile and compliment for everyone she saw. She made this Earth a very beautiful place and her heart was way too big for her small body. God gave us our angel for 15 years and that we are so very thankful for.
A post from Skylar, “You want to do your best on helping Jesus gather those loved ones who need our help to get close to our father up above.”
She was preceded in death by her grandfather, Dr. William Robinson; her great-grandmother, Doris M. Thurman; and an uncle, Mark Keach.
Skylar is survived by her mother, Elizabeth Robinson and her fiance, Josh Stewart; a sister, Dayton Robinson-Williamson and her significant other, Jason Young; a brother, Austin Robinson-Williamson; her father, Jason Williamson; her grandmother “mom-mom,” Jacqi Robinson; her grandparents, Gilbert and Alice Williamson; two nieces, Ella Young and Nevaeh Winge; six cousins, Korey, Kalin and Keanan Bender and Airica, Chantel and Ciara Keach; aunts and uncles; and very close family members, Colton, Ashlyn, Jonny and Nathan Stewart and Nana and Greg Dillon.
The family wishes to thank all the emergency personnel who responded to the accident. Special thanks to AMR for their outpouring of support to Skylar’s family.
Funeral services will be held Friday, Dec. 23 at 11 a.m. at Boonville High School. Visitation is from 2 to 8 p.m. on Thursday and 9 a.m. until service time on Friday, all at the high school. Interment will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery. Bradley’s Colonial Chapel is assisting the family.
Memorials are preferred to Logan’s Promise, www.loganspromise.org.